Oil & Gas Pipeline & Transportation: Asia

Ocean Installer, PBJV to collaborate on subsea services in Malaysia

Barakah Offshore Petroleum Berhad’s subsidiary, PBJV Group Sdn Bhd, has signed a memorandum of collaboration with Ocean Installer Ltd. to work exclusively together in Malaysia to provide deepwater installation of subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines, and related services.

Petronas, Airborne to test thermoplastic composite pipe for flowline application

Petronas has contracted Airborne Oil & Gas to supply thermoplastic composite pipe for a subsea flowline connection of two platforms offshore Malaysia.

McDermott accelerates offshore Saudi Arabia schedule

McDermott has issued a progress report on various offshore projects.

India keen to resume talks on subsea gas pipeline from Iran, report says

National Iranian Gas Exports Co. is aiming to negotiate a natural gas export contract with customers in India.

Technip to connect PFLNG1 to Kanowit platform

Petronas Carigali has awarded Technip a subsea tie-in/modification contract offshore East Malaysia.

PGN contracts DCN to repair pipeline in Java Sea

Indonesian state-owned Perushaan Gas Negara has awarded DCN International Diving and Marine Contractors and its Indonesian partner SGI a contract to seal a tear in a four-year-old pipeline in the Java Sea.

Mukta-B platform goes onstream offshore India

BG India has produced first oil from the Mukta-B unmanned wellhead platform in the offshore Bombay basin.

Gazprom cancels South Stream pipeline deal with Saipem

After a year of project suspensions and delays, Gazprom has canceled its contract with Saipem to lay the first of four lines of the South Stream offshore gas pipeline under the Black Sea. 

EMAS AMC, L&T link up for Saudi offshore project management

Ezra Holdings’ subsea services division EMAS AMC has signed a six-year offshore engineering agreement with Saudi Aramco, under a consortium with Larsen & Toubro Hydrocarbon Engineering.

Turkey approves Black Sea gas pipeline system surveys

Gazprom says Turkey has issued a permit on engineering surveys for the offshore section of the planned Turkish Stream gas pipeline system in the Black Sea.

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