JAKARTA (Rambu Energy) – McDermott International, Inc, said it will complete the fabrication of BTJT-A Jacket at its Batam shipyard that will be used to support the Bukit Tua Developmnt Project in the Ketapang block in offshore East Java.
McDermott secured the contract to fabricate the jacket from PC Ketapang II Ltd., a subsidiary of Malaysia’s Petronas.
“The project is expected to be completed by mid-November and is making good progress,” the company told Rambu Energy in a written answer.
“ The award is an endorsement of our yard’s capabilities in safe and timely execution of quality fabrication that supports projects in the region of varying complexities and scale,” it said.
“McDermott strives to strengthen our position in key markets to continue growing our business and influence through large scale EPCI projects and smaller contracts with a focus on enhancing our business advantage,” it said.
“We value our strong relationships with our customers,” it said.
McDermott will fabricate the four-leg 1,100-tonne wellhead jacket, from the Batam Island fabrication facility in Indonesia. The project is expected to be complete by mid November 2014.
McDermott is a provider of integrated engineering, procurement, construction and installation (EPCI) services for upstream field developments worldwide. McDermott said its Batam shipyard employs more than 4,500 Indonesian person. (*)