Sembcorp Marine Offshore Platforms has clinched two offshore platform contracts value over S$550 million that assist redevelopment efforts on the Al Shaheen and Tyra fields, situated respectively in Qatari waters and the Danish North Sea.
Sembcorp Marine will workforce up with buyer North Oil Company (NOC) to manufacture two well-head platforms for the NOC-operated Al Shaheen oil area, which will probably be bridge-linked to the sphere’s present services.
Awarded below NOC’s Gallaf Batch 2 Project, the contract covers engineering, procurement, development, set up, commissioning and offshore brownfield integration of the platforms, to be started-up at Al Shaheen by December 2021.
The Gallaf Project is a multi-phase growth for sustaining Al Shaheen’s manufacturing capability at a plateau of 300,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd).
Situated 80km north of Ras Laffan, Al Shaheen has one of many world’s greatest oil reserves. It is the most important oil area in Qatar, contributing to 45% of the nation’s oil manufacturing.
Separately, Sembcorp Marine as a subcontractor will fabricate sure platforms and bridges for Total E&P Danmark A/S within the Tyra Redevelopment Project.
To be prepared within the first quarter of 2021, the platforms will, partly, change ageing services and maintain every day outputs of 60,000 barrels of oil equal (BOE) on the Tyra area over the following 25 years.
Tyra is the most important fuel condensate area within the Danish sector of the North Sea. Post-redevelopment, it should produce sufficient fuel to energy 1.5 million properties in Denmark.
“Sembcorp Marine’s profitable bids within the Gallaf Batch 2 and Tyra tasks reinforce our engineering experience in catering to completely different geographies and working environments,” Sembcorp Marine Head of Offshore Platforms Samuel Wong stated. “Our newest contracts replicate the boldness that international gamers like NOC and Total have in our monitor file. We are excited to companion with them and look ahead to increasing our footprint on the Al Shaheen and Tyra fields.”
(Source: Sembcorp Marine)
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