Technip have won several key contracts

By Catherine Sturman
Engineering and construction company Technip have been awarded key contracts within Malaysia, Russia and Norway. The company have recently won the Sama...

Engineering and construction company Technip have been awarded key contracts within Malaysia, Russia and Norway.

The company have recently won the Samarang Redevelopment Project Phase 2 EOR subsea contract in Malaysia by PETRONAS. Situated in the south China Sea within East Malaysia, Technip will install three platforms whilst providing checks to four current platforms, in addition to renovating all three processing areas, delivering engineering, construction expertise. The company will also install several pipelines.

Technip President for Asia-Pacific Arnaud Pieton said: “It demonstrates our capacity to leverage on our integrated offerings in both fabrication and installation of flexible pipelines.”

In addition to this eight-month project, Technip Norge (Norway), have also won the EPCI contract to provide subsea installation work on the Dvalin field development area in a near £995 million project, due to commence in 2020. The company will be providing a 15km essential pipeline production line alongside commissioning and installation works, which are set to be undertaken in 2018 and 2019 respectively.

Technip Norge’s Managing Director, Odd Strømsnes said: “With our extensive experience in the pipe-in-pipe technology and our well suited fleet of vessels, we are looking forward to assist DEA Norge AS on this important project.

Thirdly, the company has also recently been awarded a contract to provide engineering and procurement expertise within Russia for three SMK furnaces, as part of chemical company PJSC Kazanorgsintez’s continual efforts to replace cracking furnaces.

Stan Knez, President, Technip Stone & Webster Process Technology, said regarding the project: “We value our long-standing relationship with PJSC Kazanorgsintez and their continued trust in Technip, the world’s largest ethylene licensor and contractor.

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