MMA once again displayed its strong technical capabilities on the Subsea 7 EPRS Project. Subsea 7 were awarded an EPCI contracts by Chevron Australia and INPEX Operations Australia to design, construct and dry test an emergency pipeline repair system (EPRS) to support subsea pipelines in Northern and NW Australia. These pipelines were at water depths of up to 1350 metres, and diameters of up to 44 inches.
MMA’s contract was to provide facilities, equipment and personnel support to Subsea 7 as they assembled and tested the EPRS in Tuas, Singapore. Up to 50 Subsea 7, INPEX and Chevron personnel attended site at any time, and all operations were conducted without incident, and at global best practice standards.
MMA provided the key infrastructure and labor to support the project including:
- Provision of Site Infrastructure
- Open Laydown of 14,000sqm
- Office Facilities for 40 people
- Wharf Facilities for Heavy Lifting
- Provision of Site Personnel
- Team of Riggers
- Site Supervision / Client Interface
- HSE Oversite
- Equipment Operators
- Procurement Support
- 250 Ton Crawler Crane
- 6 & 10 Ton Forklifts
- Various other 3rd Party Hired Equipment
MMA are proud to have been part of such an important and innovative project with long term valued customers in Chevron Australia, INPEX and Subsea 7.