Petronas – Kasawari-2 Central Processing Platform – Sarawak Province - Project Profile
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Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (Petronas) is planning to undertake the construction of a central processing platform in Sarawak Province, Malaysia.
The project involves the construction of eight legs, 30,000 tonnes central processing platform (CPP) including 19,000 tonnes topsides with a production capacity between 5156.01 million cubic meters per annum (Mm3pa) and 7734.02 Mm3pa of gas.
The project includes the construction of nine-slot wellhead platform, a bridge link, a flare tower, a central collection platform weighing more than 7,000 tonnes and related facilities, and the installation of equipment and safety systems.
Technip, Wood Mackenzie has been appointed as study consultant.
In March 2014, Petronas issued pre-qualification tenders for a parallel FEED contract with a contract value of US$1,500 million whereby the contenders will present their EPC tender packages by the end of the FEED process.
The pre-qualified bidders were South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries Co Ltd, a joint venture between Italy’s Saipem SpA and SapuraKencana Petroleum Bhd, and a partnership between France’s Technip SA and Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd (MMHE).
Petronas invited tenders for the three pre-qualified bidders with a submission deadline as January 2015 which was later extended twice to late March 2015 due to new technical and commercial requirements.
Three consortia Hyundai Heavy Industries-Ranhill Worley consortium, Saipem-SapuraKencana Petroleum consortium and Technip-Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) consortium are competing for the tender process. Later, the tender process was called off and was extended to 2016.
In January 2016, tenders were called off due to unfavorable oil prices.
The project involves the construction of eight legs, 30,000 tonnes CPP including 19,000 tonnes topsides with a production capacity between 5156.01million m3pa and 7734.02million m3pa of gas on the Block SK316 at Kasawari gas field offshore in Sarawak Province, Malaysia.
The US$4,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a nine-slot wellhead platform
2. Construction of a bridge link
3. Construction of a flare tower
4. Construction of a central collection platform weighing more than 7,000 tonnes