B11K-A Substructure Sailed Away

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04 April 2009

The sailed away of B11K-A substructure from MMHE on April 4 2009, marked another outstanding accomplishment for MMHE. The B11K-A substructure was installed at the B11 field in 94.1 meter water depth, located 170 km north of Bintulu offshore Sarawak on April 14, 2009.

Sarawak Shell Berhad (SSB) awarded the project to MMHE at the end of 2007 and fabrication on the eight legged substructure began in early January 2008. It was completed in October the same year and clocked 745,588 man-hours with Zero Loss Time Injury (LTI) and recorded 0.26% of welding repair rate.

The project received Best HSE Management (Project Team) from MMHE QHSE for the good achievement on safety performance.

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