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Tuesday, 20 May 2014


Duo face five other bidders for Bardegg and Baronia job
SAPURAKENCANA and Saipem were among the bidders in Petronas Carigali’s tender call for the turnkey delivery of a central processing platform lined up under the integrated Bardegg 2 and Baronia enhanced oil recovery project off Malaysia.
The duo are bidding against five others, including Abu Dhabi-based National Petroleum Construction Company, which surprised the market by putting in a bid in late
April for the CPP contract.
Some industry sources, flagging up the long journey from NPCC’s yard in Abu Dhabi to the Bardegg 2 project in Sarawak, were surprised by the Middle Eastern player’s response to Petronas Carigali’s bid call. NPCC has been largely passing up engineering, procurement and construction tenders in South-east Asia, but was actively marketing its newbuild heavylift vessel, DLS-4200, in recent months for transportation and installation work in the region.
The Bardegg 2 CPP tender is understood to have attracted participation from two other consortia — Malaysia Marine Heavy Engineering with Technip and China’s Offshore Oil Engineering Company with Petrofac — as well as two solo bids from McDermott of the US and South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries.
McDermott is understood to have opted to fly solo for the CPP, while its Malaysian yard partner, TH Heavy Engineering, pursues a separate contract for two wellhead platforms also on offer under the Bardegg 2 and Baronia EOR project.
All six contenders for the Bardegg 2 CPP prize submitted technical and commercial proposals in late April.
The winner could be unveiled as early as the middle of the year, with the final award expected to take place late in the third quarter.
The central processing platform for the Bardegg 2 and Baronia EOR project comes with 13,000 tonnes of topsides and an eight-legged, 6800-tonne jacket.
Delivery is targeted for early 2017.

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