Aker has captured a contract from Murphy Sabah Oil to deliver an entire system for the Siakap North and Petai deepwater project offshore Malaysia, in a water depth of 1,400 metres (4,592 feet).
Under the deal, Aker is due to deliver up to 13 subsea trees, eight manifolds, well jumpers, plus engineering for topsides controls and field support services.
Hardware deliveries under the contract are due to commence in the first quarter next year, from Aker's subsea production plant in Port Klang in Malaysia.
This latest award comes after Aker previously delivered equipment for Murphy Oil's Kikeh field development offshore Malaysia, under a contract awarded in 2005. Kikeh came onstream in 2007, and in 2011 Aker won a further contract for a subsea extension at Kikeh. The Siakap North and Petai developments are due to be tied back to the Kikeh FPSO.