Engineering and construction firm Clough Limited has been awarded a two-year contract extension by CononcoPhillips to provide operations and maintenance services to the Bayu-Undan facilities in the Timor Sea.


The extension, estimated to be worth up $100 million, will see Clough AMEC continue to provide the engineering, operations and maintenance it has performed on the facilities since 2004.


“We are delighted to continue our long-term relationship with valued client ConocoPhillips on this important contract” said John Smith, Clough CEO.


Bayu-Undan consists of a floating storage and offloading facility and three fixed platforms, a remote wellhead platform, and a compression, utilities and quarters platform, which is bridge-linked to a drilling, production and processing platform.


The scope of work includes implementation engineering, work package preparation, planning, hazard assessment, coordination, offshore field services and implementation. In addition, training and capability development in Timor Leste which is an important part of the contract, will build on the work Clough AMEC has already undertaken in the region.