Murphy orders more subsea systems for Kikeh off Malaysia

By OGJ editors

Murphy Sabah Oil Co. Ltd. let a contract to Aker Solutions for subsea production equipment for the Kikeh expansion project off Sabah in East Malaysia.

The contract's scope includes the delivery of subsea trees, control modules distribution system, and manifolds for installation in 1,350 m of water.

Aker Solutions plans to deliver the items from its subsea manufacturing center in Port Klang, Malaysia.

Production from the expansion project is expected to start in 2013, according to Aker Solutions.

Kikeh production started in August 2007 to a spar platform connected to a floating production, storage, and offloading vessel.

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