PETALING JAYA: SapuraKencana Petroleum Bhd has a secured a US$113mil (RM461mil) job to install gas pipeline in Mexico, the company’s second contract win in the country.
Work on the project is commencing this month until March next year.
In a filing with Bursa Malaysia yesterday, SapKen said the contract was for the procurement and construction of a 36 inch 18km sour gas pipeline linking two platforms in Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico.
It said that the scope of work comprises transportation and installation of pipelines, crossings, top side modifications and subsea works, including procurement and project management.
The contract was awarded by state-owned oil and gas company Pemex Exploracion y Produccion to wholly-owned subsidiary SapuraKencana Mexicana.
SapKen bagged its maiden contracts in Mexico in May last year worth between US$41.2mil (RM148.41mil) and US$98.1mil (RM353.38mil) from Pemex.
The contract is to install structures and superstructures of fixed marine platforms, pipe laying and lifting of major power general equipment.
In addition, SapKen would also provide pipelaying and lifting of major power generation equipment, utilizing the dynamic positioning 3 (DP3) heavy-lift and pipelay vessel SapuraKencana 3500, in the Gulf of Mexico for Pemex.