KUALA LUMPUR (June 27): Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd’s (MMHE) unit has landed a contract worth a combined total of RM278 million from Sarawak Shell Bhd.
In a statement Wednesday, MMHE said that is unit Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Sdn Bhd had successfully bid for the F14/F29 project which comprised of three structures.
MMHE said the first structure was the F14DR-A topside, which would weigh 2,024 metric tonnes (“MT”) when completed.
“The topside would be fabricated with the added flexibility of producing up to five (5) gas producing wells in the future,” it said.
The second is the procurement, fabrication and yard pre-commissioning of the F14/F29 process module that would weigh 1,731MT, it said.
“The third structure that MHB would fabricate is the F14DR-A jacket. The 4-legged, 5 bay jacket concept substructure would support the F14DR-A topside. With piles and conductor, the entire jacket would weigh approximately 6,400MT,” said MMHE.