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Proserv Seals Significant Subsea Contract with Premier Oil


Published Mar 9, 2017
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Technician working on subsea controls system (photo: Proserv)

Energy services company Proserv has been awarded a multi-million dollar contract with Premier Oil for work in Asia Pacific.

Proserv will supply a subsea control system and associated equipment for the BIGP (Bison, Iguana & Gajah Puteri) development project, located in the Natuna Sea, Indonesia.

The scope of supply is a three well subsea control system, which includes the company’s award winning Artemis 2G subsea electronics module, tied back to two platforms, Naga and Pelikan, in approximately 90 m water depth. Bison and Iguana will tie back to the Pelikan platform and Gajah Puteri will tie back from a controls perspective to the Naga platform. The Gajah Puteri well is the longest step out at 21 km.

Each well will have a wet gas meter, which is part of Proserv’s scope of supply and the system will be capable of future expansion to accommodate potential future infill drilling.

Delivery of the first phase of equipment is scheduled for May 2018. Work for the project will be carried out in various Proserv service centres and technology hubs around the world, reinforcing the company’s strong inter-regional capability.

This latest award will allow Proserv to build on its installed base of subsea control systems, following the project completed with Premier Oil on the Dua project in Vietnam in 2013.

Mathieu Al Kharfan, region president for Far East & Australia, says, “This order cements our position as a global provider of subsea controls and communications. Proserv has already worked with Premier Oil on several projects and the award of this contract is testament to the strength of our relationship and their trust in our ability to deliver robust technology solutions and services on time and to the highest standards. We look forward to working with Premier Oil in the successful delivery of this project.”

Tags: Premier Oil, Proserv




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