Sembcorp unit wins $1 billion Maersk North Sea contract

The contract includes the building of the Central Processing Facility plus two connecting bridges, Wellhead Platform and Utilities & Living Quarters Platform Topsides for the Culzean Field Development. The facility will be installed at a water depth of some 90 m in the U.K. sector of the Central North Sea The contract includes the building of the Central Processing Facility plus two connecting bridges, Wellhead Platform and Utilities & Living Quarters Platform Topsides for the Culzean Field Development. The facility will be installed at a water depth of some 90 m in the U.K. sector of the Central North Sea

SEPTEMBER 1, 2015 —  Singapore's Sembcorp Marine  reports that subsidiary SMOE Pte Ltd has secured an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract worth over $1 billion (including long lead items) from Maersk Oil North Sea UK Limited.

The contract includes the building of the Central Processing Facility plus 2 connecting bridges, Wellhead Platform and Utilities & Living Quarters Platform Topsides for the Culzean Field Development. The facility will be installed at a water depth of some 90 meters in UK sector of the Central North Sea.

SMOE will provide engineering, procurement, construction and onshore pre-commissioning services while detailed engineering work will be performed by a subcontracting partner. The facility will be located in the Culzean field situated 145 miles East of Aberdeen. The project is a high pressure, high temperature (HP/HT) gas condensate development.

Two Sembcorp shipyards will be involved.  Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard in Singapore will be the core fabrication yard for the project, while the Sembmarine SLP yard in Lowestoft, U.K. will undertake the work scope for a power generation module, two bridges and a flare.

Culzean gas field is expected to be capable of providing around 5% of the UK's total gas consumption by 2020/21.

"We are pleased to secure this mega contract despite stiff competition from world class yards," said Mr. Ho Nee Sin, Sembcorp Marine's Executive Vice-President and Head of Offshore Platform. "This is another prestigious North Sea project undertaken by the company where we will work closely with our U.K. subsidiary Sembmarine SLP as a team."

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