Mexican Pipeline to be Built Under $113-Million Contract

Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico Source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/06/Ciudaddelcarmen.jpg/1024px-Ciudaddelcarmen.jpg

Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico Source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/0/06/Ciudaddelcarmen.jpg/1024px-Ciudaddelcarmen.jpg

Mexican petroleum company Pemex has awarded SapuraKencana a $113-million contract to procure and construct an 18-km sour gas pipeline that will link two offshore oil platforms in Ciudad del Carmen, Mexico.

The contracted work includes the transportation and installation of pipelines, crossings, topside modifications, and subsea works. It also includes procurement and project management.

Work is expected to start this month and be complete by March of 2017.

SapuraKencana is an oil and gas service provider and operator based out of Malaysia and offers a full range of services.

Pemex is one of the largest resources companies in Mexico and operates six refineries, eight petrochemical plants, and nine gas complexes.

Source:
Pipelines International