Aker Solutions wins subsea contract in Malaysia

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Aker Solutions has secured a contract with Murphy Sabah Oil Co., Ltd. to deliver a subsea production system for the Kikeh subsea expansion project off the coast of Sabah in East Malaysia. Contract value is undisclosed.

The scope of work includes the delivery of deepwater oil production equipment such as subsea trees, control modules distribution system and manifolds that will be installed at a water depth of 1350 meters.

The project will be delivered out of Aker Solutions high-tech subsea manufacturing centre in Port Klang, Malaysia. This is the only facility in the world where a complete subsea production system can be manufactured in one location.

The subsea hardware is expected to be on production in 2013. Aker Solutions was responsible for the delivery of the original Kikeh scope back in 2005. It was the first deepwater development in Malaysia and the Asia Pacific region.

Dave Hutchinson, president, subsea Asia Pacific at Aker Solutions says: "We are extremely pleased to have Murphy as our returning customer. We will deliver a quality project fully utilizing our experience in the region."

The contract party is Aker Process Systems Asia Pacific Sdn. Bhd. The contract has been signed and booked as order intake in Q2 2011.

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