Malaysia: EPCC Petrofac Wins 96 Million Dollar Contract for Petronas’ New Gas Facility

Editor: Ahlam Rais

Petrofac has secured an EPCC contract from Petronas for its new Bintulu Additional Gas Sales Facilities 2 (BAGSF-2) plant in Sarawak, Malaysia. The 390 MMSCFD capacity plant will include the development of a process and utilities unit, effluent treatment unit, metering skid, installation of a fire water tank, pumps, and flare systems.

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Malaysia is Petrofac’s operational centre in the Asia Pacific region.
Malaysia is Petrofac’s operational centre in the Asia Pacific region.
(Source: Petrofac)

Saint Helier/Jersey – Petrofac has been awarded with a new contract worth approximately 96 million dollars by Petronas Carigali, a subsidiary of Petronas, the Malaysian National Oil Company. The Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Commissioning (EPCC) scope of work will encompass the delivery of the new Bintulu Additional Gas Sales Facilities 2 (BAGSF-2) plant located onshore at Tanjung Kidurong, Bintulu, in the Malaysian state of Sarawak.

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The greenfield development includes a process and utilities unit, effluent treatment unit, metering skid, fire water tank, pumps, flare system and main substation building. In addition to the 390 MMSCFD capacity new facility, the project will also involve brownfield modifications and tie-in within the existing Petronas plant, also located in Bintulu.

Petrofac Chief Operating Officer Nick Shorten said: “We have been working closely with Petronas since 2004, using our broad services capability and expertise to support the development of Malaysia’s energy infrastructure. The contract will be delivered by Petrofac Group’s local subsidiary, Petrofac Engineering Services (Malaysia), with engineering support from Petrofac-RNZ and local supply chain and subcontractors, further underpinning our commitment to local delivery.”

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