Saipem is in the news with two new offshore contract wins

Your Oil and Gas News reports that Saipem has been awarded two new offshore contracts in South East Asia worth US$450 million. 

In Papua New Guinea, Saipem has been awarded by Esso Highlands Limited, an ExxonMobil company, the contract for the PNG LNG Offshore Pipeline Project EPC2. The scope of work will consist of the engineering, transportation and installation of a 407 kilometres-long 34” gas sealine, connecting the Omati River landfall point, on the southern coast of Papua New Guinea, to the onshore point located near the capital town of Port Moresby, on the southeastern coast of the Country, where a new LNG plant will be located.

In Vietnam, Saipem has been awarded the contract for the Chim Sao Platform and Pipelines Project by PTSC Mechanical and Construction. The contract, assigned in the framework of the development of Block 12W by Premier Oil Vietnam Offshore, encompasses the transportation and installation of one wellhead platform and of subsea pipelines, umbilical and PLEMs (pipelines end manifolds), in addition to the detailed engineering for infield pipelines.

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