Aker Solutions Awarded RM100 Million Contract By KPOC

Old news to us in the industry, but finally there’s some public domain information, and I do think its worth more than RM100M.

KUALA LUMPUR, May 6 (Bernama) — Aker Solutions has been selected by Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Company Sdn Bhd (KPOC) as its contractor for the detailed engineering of the Kebabangan (KBB) Northern Hub development project located in the South China Sea, 130km offshore Sabah.

Under the four-year contract, Aker Solutions operations in Malaysia will provide detailed design and engineering support through to the start up phase of the project, Aker Solutions said in a statement Thursday.

Aker Solutions estimates the contract value to be over RM100 million.

6 Responses to Aker Solutions Awarded RM100 Million Contract By KPOC

  1. azrel says:

    Hi it’s Azrel here. This field is within the rich deepwater Block G and J, wonder when will they start drilling? Heard development is ongoing though.

  2. azrel says:

    Ah, at least in 4 years time. Duh.

  3. bobdbilder says:

    Control System and Fire and Gas bidding stage right now. To operate in 2011? Pipeline goes to SOGT which is also at JV Re-Bidding stage right now.

    • Wata says:

      bobdbilder: Isn’t SOGT about to start running this quarter? Is the JV rebid because the previous sole source exercise was abandoned because there were issues that could not stand being exposed to the light of day?

    • Observer says:

      JV re-bid. Pretty soon after, JV terminate. What’s the point?

  4. Jabbathehutt says:

    damm, i was reprimanded with my hands (or paws) in the cookie jar.

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