Anjung shoot under way

May 30, 2019

Dateline unknown, Upstream Online:

Malaysia’s national upstream company Petronas Carigali is this week carrying out a pre-installation survey before the topsides installation at its Anjung gas field development off Sarawak, East Malaysia.

Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works fabricated both the Anjung jacket and topsides, while Upstream reported on 24 May 2018 that another local contractor, TL Offshore, had been lined up to install the two structures.

The pre-installation survey work at Anjung in the Kumang Cluster area is being carried out by the Malaysia-flagged vessel Sapura Achiever.

Sarawak companies can do Petronas’ job, deputy CM says

July 30, 2016

Do you have to be Sarawakian to work for these alleged companies? If not, where do I get the queue number?

Dateline 2016-06-24, Malay Mail:

Sarawak Deputy Chief Minister Tan Sri James Masing is confident that companies within the Borneo state can take over oil-and-gas production from national oil firm Petronas.

Masing mooted Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works Corporation as the lead agency, saying the Sarawak-based local firm has gained much experience over the years and is now capable of handling oil mining activities for the state, The Borneo Post reported today.

“With over 100 years of experience, Brooke Dockyard is not a kindergarten institution anymore as it is now a university when compared with the other industry players in the county. Other industry players in the country made it big because they got backup from the big guns,” James was quoted as saying.

“Sarawak owns the oil and gas but Petronas is the one currently using our platform created by Brooke Dockyard. As for now we have many marginal oil and gas reserves in Sarawak and since Petronas is not producing anything from these reserves, I hope to see oil and gas from these reserves produced by the state.”

From The Borneo Post – KBB eyes future oil and gas related contracts with strategic partnership

December 15, 2011

Why am I interested in this, you wonder…

Dateline 2011-12-02:

KKB Engineering Bhd (KKB) is on track to some possible oil and gas (O&G) related contracts in the pipeline as the company has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Brooke Dockyard & Engineering Works Corporation (Brooke Dockyard) to set out its intention and mutual understanding in connection with a proposed strategic alliance and joint-venture.

The collaboration includes a lease of the deepwater river front yard by KKB to Brooke Dockyard for its O&G substructure and other works, with the exclusive rights given to KKB to undertake such works to the extent its service can meet Brooke Dockyard’s client requirements.