Chevron contracts EMAS for platform, pipeline installation off Thailand

Offshore staff

SINGAPORE – Chevron Thailand has contracted EMAS AMC to install wellhead platforms and associated pipelines in the Gulf of Thailand.

Work is scheduled to begin early next year and run for three years. There is an option period of an additional two years. EMAS values the contract at $600-million.

Chevron in Thailand includes Chevron Thailand Exploration and Production Ltd., Chevron Offshore (Thailand) Ltd., and Chevron Pattani Ltd.


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