Petronas poised to power up off Brunei

Dateline 2019-06-21, Upstream Online:

Malaysian operator Petronas is expected to approach the market soon seeking contractors to provide subsea facilities for development of the Kelidang Cluster in Block CA-2 off Brunei, moving a step closer to anticipated first production at the deep-water natural gas field in late 2021 or early 2022.

Industry sources with direct knowledge of the field development told Upstream that the state-owned company will award Norway’s Aker Solutions a contract to start on the front-end engineering and design for the Kelidang Cluster scheme, which includes a subsea production system and subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines.

2 Responses to Petronas poised to power up off Brunei

  1. Therissa says:

    Hi. Do you have update on when they gonna start the bidding for EPC on this project?

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