Sapura Energy provides subsea services to Shell Off Malaysia

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Malaysia-based marine services company Sapra Energy, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Sapra Subsea Services, has been awarded a contract to provide subsea services to Shell’s Malaysian subsidiaries Sarawak Shell Bahad and Sabah Shell Petroleum.

The pan-Malaysian underwater services agreement (an amount not disclosed) between Petronas Group companies and oil logistics contractors will come into force for five years from January 31, 2024.

Its scope of work includes the provision of diving support vessels, airborne and saturation diving systems, remotely operated vehicles (ROVs) and other related underwater services.

These include subsea inspections, repair and maintenance of offshore structures, pipelines and other equipment, abandonment, intervention, subsea decommissioning and other works related to Shell’s subsea facilities in the waters of Sabah and Sarawak. It will be.

According to Sapura Energy, the contract is a callout agreement at an agreed unit price and expires on January 30, 2029.

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