Singapore-listed offshore services provider Ezra Holdings has won a streak of global subsea contracts worth over USD115 million.
Part of the contract wins came from working with the UK-based offshore company, Apache, operating in the North Sea, which “proves” Ezra’s consolidated position in that region, according to Lionel Lee, managing director and group CEO of Ezra.
“I am pleased that our clients and partners continue to recognise our expertise and assets, and these wins will add to our global track record,” added Lee.
The contracts, including one for rigid pipelay on the Aviat field development in the United Kingdom North Sea, were signed by Ezra’s subsea services division under the frame agreement with Apache.
The subsea project work at Aviat includes project management, detailed engineering, procurement, and installation of 23.2 km rigid pipelines and 24 km umbilical via reel, flexible riser, spools, and structures, as well as pre-commissioning.
During the execution phase of the project, Ezra subsidiary EMAS AMC will utilise its latest spoolbase, EMAS Marine Base Gulen, located on the west coast of Norway, to fabricate the 24 km rigid pipeline, and its pipelay reel vessel Lewek Express.
Meanwhile, EMAS Offshore, one of Ezra’s subsidiaries, has been awarded engineering and offshore support work in West Africa for an oil major, including other subsea contract work such as remote operated vehicle support services and high voltage alternate current pull-ins.
Lastly, EMAS AMC will work together with another Ezra subsidiary, EMAS Energy for the deployment of pipeline installation vessel Lewek Centurion to undertake work in Asia. The work project for the vessel will comprise of subsea pipeline free span work, well plug and abandonments, slickline and nitrogen operations, well stimulation, and pipeline pre-commissioning work for oil majors and national oil companies.
This post was sourced from IHS Maritime 360: View the original article here.