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14:54, Thursday, 2 August 2007

 

Sydney - Thursday - August 2: (RWE Australian Business News) -

Neptune Marine Services Ltd (ASX:NMS) has secured an integrated subsea

services project with Apache Energy and its joint venture partners.

The scope of works include project management, engineering,

fabrication and installation services for Apache's offshore production

assets at the Bambra East field, located offshore, north of WA.

Neptune managing director Mr Christian Lange said the project

scope was well-suited to the company's integrated serviced model.

"We are delighted to extend our partnership with Apache.

"Neptune is currently working on several other engineering and

diving projects with Apache and has an excellent ongoing working

relationship," Mr Lange said.

 

 

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In reply to: hbswrx on Monday 06/08/07 06:31pm

A little more info on the Apache job...

 

http://www.energycurrent.com/index.p...2&storyid=4216

 

 

AUSTRALIA: Australia-listed engineering company Neptune Marine Services secured an integrated subsea services project for Apache-operated Bambra East field, located offshore Western Australia. The workscope includes project management, engineering, fabrication and installation services for Apache's production assets in water depths of no more than 30 metres (98 ft).

 

 

 

Apache plans to begin production from the Bambra East gas field in 2007 by augmenting the production facilities operated under the Harriet Joint Venture. The Bambra field is located in production licence TL/1, about 4.4 kilometres (2.7 miles) from the Harriet Bravo platform. Jackup ENSCO 106 is presently drilling a production well, Bambra-8H/8H L1. The rig will move on to drill on the Bambra East-3 development well in the next few days.

 

 

 

Apache operates the Bambra field with 68.5 percent interest. Partners are Kufpec with 19.27 percent and Australian Tap Oil with 12.22 percent.

 

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