Ezra Bags USD 300M Worth of Contracts

Lionel Lee

Ezra has received the awards for several new deepwater projects from international oil majors valued at approximately USD 300 million.

The awards will be executed in various offshore regions in the Gulf of Mexico, Southeast Asia and West Africa.

Furthermore, the awards include Ezra’s largest project win to-date in West Africa, the company informed.

The scope of work for the new projects include project management, engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction as well as transport and installation of flexibles, umbilicals, flowlines, flowline-end terminals, flying leads and other equipment. Further to this, Ezra will also undertake hook-up of pre-laid mooring systems.

Lionel Lee, Ezra’s CEO and managing director, said, “We are delighted to have been selected for these projects. We are grateful for these opportunities to further galvanize our reputation and look forward to safely delivering on these projects on time and on target.”

Project management and engineering work for the projects have already started, the company noted.

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