JAKARTA (rambuenergy.com) – Husky-CNOOC Madura Limited (HCML) launches pre-qualification tender process for engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) for MDK Field Development, within Madura Strait PSC, offshore East Java.
The winner contractor will be responsible to build facilities at the field, which consists of one unmanned offshore platform which has four feet and install seabed pipeline and connecting at water depth of 103 meters.
The development of the facilities will include, but not limited, detail engineering, procurement, material take-off, supply, pre-fabrication, construction, pre-construction and commissioning onshore, load-out, transportation, installation at offshore, hook-up, offshore pre-commissioning as well as commissioning of X-tree to the production lane.
The operator required minimum local content of 45 percent.
The company sets registration date on March 11, 14-16 at HMCL office in Jakarta.
Those companies that can participate in this tender are those that have passed the pre-qualification process for EPCI for the MDA-MBH field development and are already registered as suppliers of HCML. These companies are:
(1) Consortium of PT PAL, Guangzhou Salvage
(2) PT Saipem
(3) Consortium of PT Technip Indonesia, PT Hanjung Indonesia and TL Offshore Sdn Bhd
(4) Consortium of PT Timas Suplindo and PT Bakrie Construction
(5) Consortium of PT Gunanusa Utama and EMAS
(6) Consortium of TP Meindo Elang Indah, PT Rajawali Swiber Cakrawala and Swiber Offshore Construction Pte ltd
(7) PT McDermott Indonesia.
In addition, to developing the MDK Field, HCML is also developing BD , MDA and MBH natural gas fields within the block.
Husky owns working interest of 40 percent in the Madura Strait PSC, CNOOC 40 percent and PT Samudra Energy owns the remaining 20 percent. They develop the block through a joint entity Husky-CNOOC Madura Ltd (HCML).
These fields are expected to be progressively brought on production in the 2017-2019 timeframe. A plan of development has been approved for the MDK field, which is scheduled to be tied into the MDA-MBH fields in the same timeframe.
Combined net sales volumes from the BD and MDA-MBH fields are expected to be about 90 mmcf/day of gas and 2,400 boe/day of associated liquids.
Following is the detailed announcement in Indonesian language: