June 22, 2017
Is this an article on ex-EPMI staff?
Dateline 2017-05-24, Borneo Post:
Repsol Oil and Gas Malaysia Ltd’s (Repsol) Bunga Pakma development and Kinabalu redevelopment offshore oil platform projects are on track for their transportation and installation (T&I) phases.
The two projects are within the last legs of their Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) phases which are carried out by OceanMight Sdn Bhd (OMSB), an affiliate of local-based KKB Egineering Bhd, and are scheduled to be completed in the second quarter of financial year 2017 (2QFY17) for the Kinabalu redevelopment project and 3QFY17 for the Bunga Pakma development project.
The Kinabalu redevelopment project entails the construction of a 3,700-tonne wellhead riser platform and a 350-tonne bridge that would link the new facilities to the existing Kinabalu platform owned by Repsol.
September 19, 2015
Really? You mean there aren’t an increase of tapas bars, and 4-hour siestas?
Dateline 2015-08-17, Daily Express:
Talisman Malaysia, operating Sabah’s Kinabalu Field crude oil platform off here is not affected by Repsol’s takeover of Talisman Energy.
“There is no change of (company) name for now,” said Talisman Malaysia vice president Duncan Smart who is also Sabah Assets Manager when asked by Daily Express.
Talisman Malaysia will intensify its development of the Kinabalu Field with the fabrication of a new additional platform to increase the productivity of its output, with further development exploration approved.
“Despite the decline in prices, we can justify our investments (off Sabah),” said Smart.
Spanish oil and gas firm Repsol bought over Talisman Energy for USD8.3 billion earlier this year in the global oil and gas shakeup following a slump in oil and gas prices is said to be a harbinger of things to come in the industry, according to some experts and analysts.
November 17, 2014
Dateline 2014-08-27, Borneo Post:
Talisman Malaysia Limited is in the process of further developing its Kinabalu platform with plans to start the construction of a wellhead to link with the existing platform by next year.
“This is so that we can drill further production wells to maintain our production from the Kinabalu field,” said its acting country manager, Duncan Smart.
On the oil and gas company’s progress, Smart disclosed that its drilling rig left the Kinabalu platform beginning of August, having completed a drilling programme there.
“We drilled six new wells and are extremely pleased with the results because our production from the platform has increased by three times.
“So we are now producing at around 16 to 17 thousand barrels of oil per day, a progress we consider to be very successful,” said Smart, when met at the company’s Hari Raya Aidilfitri open house here yesterday.
March 13, 2014
THHE seems busy now. Permas, Layang and now Kinabalu NAG. Hold on, isn’t Kinabalu Talisman’s field?
Dateline 2014-02-06, Rigzone:
TH Heavy Engineering Berhad, a Malaysia-based engineering and marine contractor, revealed Wednesday that its subsidiary, THHE Fabricators Sdn. Bhd. (TFSB) has received a Letter of Award from Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (PCSB) Jan. 28 for the supply of a topside for the Kinabalu Non-Associated Gas (NAG) Development Project in Malaysia, the firm said in an announcement on local stock exchange Bursa Malaysia .