Petrofac has won a $96 million contract from the Malaysian state energy firm Petronas’ upstream arm, the UK engineering firm said 8 November. The engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning scope of work will encompass the delivery of the new Bintulu Additional Gas Sales Facilities 2 plant at Tanjung Kidurong, in the Malaysian state of Sarawak.
The greenfield development includes a process and utilities unit, effluent treatment unit, metering skid, fire water tank, pumps, flare system and main substation building. In addition to the 390 million ft³/day new facility, the project will also involve brownfield modifications and tie-in within Petronas’ plant in Bintulu, the home of the country’s LNG export terminals.
Petrofac chief operating officer Nick Shorten said the contract will be delivered by Petrofac Group’s local subsidiary, with engineering support from Petrofac-RNZ and local supply chain and subcontractors, “further underpinning our commitment to local delivery.”
For more details on the contract, please see here.