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    Clough and AMEC win offshore contract in Timor Sea

    News // September 17, 2004
    Clough and AMEC have won a multi-million dollar contract from ConocoPhillips to provide operations and maintenance (O&M) services for the Bayu-Undan development, South East Asia.

    Over the next three years, with an option to extend a further two years, the Clough AMEC joint venture will service the production facilities at the Bayu-Undan gas and condensate field, located in the Timor Sea, which is estimated to hold over 400 million barrels of hydrocarbon liquids and 3.4 trillion cubic feet of gas.

    The facilities comprise a 14,000 tonne drilling, production and processing platform, a 11,500 tonne compression, utilities and quarters platform, a 1,400 tonne wellhead platform and a floating storage and offloading vessel.

    The contract is the latest in a series of oil and gas service-based contracts for both Clough and AMEC in the Asia-Pacific region.

    Clough through the joint venture (JV) of its fully owned Oil & Gas Division and majority owned Indonesian company, PT Petrosea, recently announced the award of the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by operator BP West Java for theAPN Field Development located in the West Java Sea, in Indonesia.AMEC and alliance partner Fluor announced recently the award of a similar engineering and procurement management contract for the Enfield floating production offloading and storage facility for Woodside Energy Limited, Australia.

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