Clough wins Indonesian deepwater contract

The Clough group has been awarded contracts worth USD 80 million as part of a consortium that will construct Indonesia’s first deepwater production oilfield. Work is to start immediately on the West Seno field in the Makassar Strait between Kalimantan and Sulawesi, with project completion and production start-up due in the first quarter 2003. Within the consortium, Clough’s Offshore Division’s project scope is worth USD 70 million for the engineering, procurement and installation of the submarine pipelines and all other installation work, including moorings, piles and tendon legs. Two 62km long pipelines are to be constructed as part of the work, to take the oil and gas to onshore facilities at Santan on Kalimantan.

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