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MHB restocks order book with four new contracts

Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Berhad’s (MHB) subsidiary, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Sdn Bhd (MMHE), has secured contracts worth RM 324 million ($86.15 million). 

According to the company, these contracts involve offshore structural component fabrication works, hook up and commissioning and related topside construction work for facilities improvement project as well as  for marine repair and conversion works.

The first contract is for the fabrication of substructures and bridge for the Baronia CPP-B project offshore Malaysia. The substructure consists of jacket, piles, appurtenance and relevant auxiliaries and services where MHB will be the subcontractor for Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd.

The CPP project is for the Integrated Baram Delta Gas Gathering II (Bardegg II) and Baronia enhanced oil recovery (EOR) project offshore East Malaysia. The total estimated weights of these structural components under MHB’s scope is 10,736 metric tonnes and are due for load-out and sail-away to the ultimate client being PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd (PCSB) in March 2017.

Three more contracts

For the second contract, MHB has been confirmed as the contractor for PCSB – Facilities Improvement Project Package C: Peninsular Malaysia offshore operations. MHB says it will provide facilities improvement work that entails hook up and commissioning, major construction such as topside modification, structural and mechanical retrofit and other related works and services. The contract tenure is for two years from June 2015 until June 2017 with the option of a 1-year extension.

The third project is a repair life extension project and dry-docking for two LNG carrier vessels for MISC, namely ‘Puteri Intan’ and ‘Puteri Delima’. The scope of work involves reinforcement work, retrofitting and boiler repair among others. Both vessels, each at 73,519 deadweight tonnage, are scheduled to arrive in June and complete by early September this year.

The final contract is the conversion of a vessel into a FSO facility for E.A. Technique (M) Berhad that entails demolition, refurbishment and installation works. The vessel is expected to arrive at the yard in July 2015 and is targeted for sail-away by end June 2016. Upon successful conversion and delivery, the FSO Nautica Bergading will be deployed for a full field development project for the North Malay Basin (NMB).


Source and Link:  Offshore Energy Today