EMAS awarded subsea projects in Asia/Pacific and West Africa
EMAS has won subsea construction and offshore support contracts in Asia/Pacific and West Africa with a combined value exceeding $125 million, including options.
SINGAPORE– EMAS has won subsea construction and offshore support contracts in Asia/Pacific and West Africa with a combined value exceeding $125 million, including options.
Following contract wins in January, EMAS AMC continued its momentum with subsea contracts awarded in West Africa and Asia, including a deepwater pipeline installation project in the South China Sea.
The scope of work includes FPSO mooring repair work in West Africa, and in Asia, the installation of flowlines, associated pipeline end termations, and spools in working water depths of up to 1,400 m (4,593 ft). Work for these projects is expected to begin in 1Q 2014, and will be managed from EMAS AMC’s Houston and Singapore offices.
EMAS Marine added contracts for offshore support work in Malaysia, Thailand, and Australia with the deployment of two anchor handling tug and supply vessels and one platform supply vessel.
In a separate announcement, the Group’s associated company,EOC Ltd., announced a $100 million award for the Lewek Conqueror, a hook-up and maintenance accommodation barge, for work in Southeast Asia.