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  • Bumi Armada signs Kraken contract worth USD1.4 billion
    édité le 23/12/2013 - Plus de news de "Bumi Armada" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Bumi Armada"


Bumi Armada signs Kraken contract worth USD1.4 billion
Malaysia-based international offshore oilfield services provider, Bumi Armada Berhad announced that its nominated whollyowned subsidiary, Armada Kraken Pte. Ltd. has signed a bareboat charter contract with EnQuest Heather Limited, EnQuest ENS Limited, First Oil and Gas Limited, Nautical Petroleum Limited and Nautical Petroleum AG as field partners, led by EnQuest Heather Limited as field operator on 20 Dec 2013 for a Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Vessel (“FPSO”) to be deployed at the Kraken field located in the UK sector of the North Sea.

Simultaneously Bumi Armada UK Limited, another wholly-owned subsidiary of Bumi Armada, and EnQuest Heather Limited also signed a reimbursable contract for the operations and maintenance (‘O&M’) of the Kraken FPSO. Both contracts run simultaneously for a fixed period of eight years, valued at USD 1.4 billion (equivalent to approximately RM 4.6 billion), with options for 17 annual extensions with a significant upside when the options are fully exercised.

Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director of Bumi Armada, Mr Hassan Basma said, “The Kraken oil field development is one of the largest new oil fields in the UK sector of the North Sea, and amongst the largest investment announced for this sector in 2013.

Approximately 140 million barrels of heavy oil (APIº 14) are expected to be extracted from the Kraken oil field, over a 25 year life. The North Sea has some 20 billion barrels of recoverable heavy oil yet to be explored. We have already commenced work on the project on 27 Sept 2013, following the execution of the previously announced Letter of Interim Agreement (LOIA) and we look forward to working closely with our clients and value chain suppliers to successfully deliver our first North Sea FPSO to the Kraken oil field in 2016. We certainly hope that this would be the first of more projects to come.”

Bumi Armada will be using a recently built ice-class tanker for this FPSO conversion. The FPSO will have a storage capacity of 600,000 barrels. The FPSO will be moored by a buoy turret mooring system with a fluid transfer system designed to 390 bars pressure. A total of 16 risers will be connected to the buoy turret mooring; the turret will be one of the largest of its kind in the world.

The FPSO will also handle a peak fluid rate of 460,000 bpd (1) and 80,000 bpd oil production, 275,000 bpd water injection and 20 MMscf (2) gas handling capacities. The FPSO has a total installed power of 62 megawatts in a four by 15.5 megawatt configuration. The power plant is equipped with a triple fuel system including direct burning of heavy crude oil. The heavy oil will be produced by means of hydraulic subsea pumps (HSPs) and this type of submersible pumps have high reliability and require less maintenance compared to traditional electric submerged pumps. It is the second such application of its kind in the North Sea after the Captain field.

This project underscores Bumi Armada’s capability to build, own and operate a harsh-environment FPSO under a stringent regulatory regime. Bumi Armada operates in 18 countries worldwide and has a workforce of more than 3,000 spanning 40 nationalities. Bumi Armada is currently ranked in the top three FPSO owner-operators by market capitalization and has successfully delivered four FPSOs in Asia and Africa, with our fifth due for Australia soon under a strict safety case regime and highly regulated environment not dissimilar to those existing in the UK sector of the North Sea.

The contract is expected to contribute positively to the revenue and earnings of Bumi Armada Group for of the financial year ending 31 December 2013 and the financial periods thereafter for the duration of the contracts.

(1) bpd: barrels per day
(2) MMscf: Million standard cubic feet, a common measure for volume of gas

About EnQuest

EnQuest Heather and EnQuest ENS are wholly-owned subsidiaries of EnQuest Plc, the largest UK independent oil producer in the UK North Sea and listed on the London Stock Exchange, is a 60% owner and operator of the Kraken oil field. The other owners are UK listed Cairn Energy Plc (25%) and First Oil Plc (15%). Nautical Petroleum Limited and Nautical Petroleum AG are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Cairn Energy PLC, a leading independent oil and gas exploration and production company and listed on the London Stock Exchange. First Oil and Gas Limited is an independent exploration and production company based in Aberdeen, UK.

About Bumi Armada

Bumi Armada Berhad is a Malaysia-based international offshore oilfield services provider with a presence in over 18 countries spread across five continents, underpinned by its access to over 3,000 people from 40 nationalities.

Bumi Armada provides these offshore services via five strategic business units – Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (“FPSO”), Offshore Support Vessels (“OSV”), Transport and Installation (“T&I”), Oilfield Services (“OFS”) and Gas Development and Technology (“GDT”). These are complemented by three support units which are Asset Management & Operations (“AMO”), Engineering and Technology (“E&T”) and Major Projects (“MP”).
Bumi Armada is the largest OSV owner operator in Malaysia and third in South East Asia and the fifth largest FPSO operator in the world.


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