EMAS awards contract for positioning on pipelay vessel

iSURVEY Pte Ltd, Singapore, has been awarded a contract from EMAS AMC for the provision of positioning and survey services on board its pipe lay vessel, the Lewek Centurion.

The work is in support of Chevron’s 2015 pipeline installation campaign in the Gulf of Thailand. The project commenced in 1Q15 and has an estimated duration of 120 days. iSURVEY will provide lay barge positioning and four personnel during the installation of 18 pipelines of varying diameters.

iSURVEY Singapore’s managing director Bill Petrie commented: “We are delighted to have been awarded this contract with EMAS AMC, after completing a smaller positioning project for them in 2014. The award of this significant contract represents a key milestone in the development of iSURVEY’s business in South East Asia.

“We have experienced a very strong first half of 2015 so far, and our reputation as a leading provider of high quality and high specification positioning services continues to go from strength to strength.”

iSURVEY, a leading provider of survey and positioning services to the global oil and gas, offshore renewables and telecommunications sectors, established operations in South East Asia in 2011 with the launch of a base in Singapore.

Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner

Published on 14/05/2015

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