Today, Brooke Dockyard and Shell were honoured to have the Right Honourable Datuk Patinggi Dr Abang Haji Abdul Rahman Zohari bin Datuk Tun Abang Haji Openg, Chief Minister of Sarawak to grace the successful of E6 DP-A Topsides and Substructure Project Completion and Loadout Ceremony in Sejingkat Yard, Jalan Bako. The auspicious event was witnessed by The Honourable, Tan Sri (Dr) James Jemut Masing, Deputy Chief Minister & Minister of Infrastructure Development and Transportation Sarawak, Datuk Iain Lo, Chairman of Shell Companies in Malaysia and Vice President of New Business Development & Commercial Asia for Royal Dutch Shell, and Datuk Abang Haji Abdul Karim Bin Tun Abang Haji Openg, Chairman of Brooke Dockyard and Engineering Works Corporation.
The contract was awarded on 5 September 2016 to Brooke Dockyard for the fabrication of 1,450 tonne topside and 1,500 tonne jacket for the E6 Field Development Project.
Today, marks two major milestone achievements which are successful onshore completion for E6 Field Development Project in 12 months and 10 months, respectively, and recognition for having the technical capabilities and strong labour force who worked over 13 months, clocking in 1 million injury free work-hours.
“The partnership between Brooke Dockyard and Shell spans across 30 years and I’m happy to see it grow from strength to strength. Our partner has built an outstanding facility. Sarawakians were involved in making this a success – the project was delivered more efficiently and exceeded all expectations in terms of budget, time, safety, and quality,” said Datuk Iain Lo.
Shell typically implements its HSE management system and standards in work delivered by service providers and contractors. For the first time in Malaysia, Brooke Dockyard was entrusted to use its own HSE management system in the fabrication of the E6 platform. This is a key step change in HSE management for Malaysia, and one of the first projects within Shell globally where work is conducted at the contractor’s site and HSSE risks are managed under the contractor’s own HSE management systems.
Shell has been a key partner to Sarawak in the growing energy industry and bringing global expertise to help local players compete on the world stage via knowledge and technology transfers in the development of Sarawak.
The partnership between Brooke Dockyard and Shell spans across 30 years and it grows from strength to strength. Brooke Dockyard has built an outstanding facility. Sarawakians were involved in making this a success – the project was delivered more efficiently and exceeded all expectations in terms of budget, time, safety, and quality.
The E6 field development is a part of the SK308 production sharing contract awarded by Petronas to Sarawak Shell Berhad (50 per cent, operator) and Petronas Carigali Sdn Bhd (50 per cent). Is an oil and gas field located 180 km west of Miri in water depth of 70m (228ft).
The scope of work under the contract included the provision of project management, fabrication, engineering, procurement, manpower, materials, consumables, equipment and facilities necessary for the onshore fabrication of the E6 platforms.