Proserv's Premier gig

PROSERV’s Perth base will be involved in a multi-million dollar contract Premier Oil just handed the company to supply the subsea control system and associated gear for the Bison, Iguana and Gajah development in Indonesia’s Natuna Sea, Energy News has learned.
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Proserv technician working on subsea controls system.

Proserv will supply a three-well subsea control system, which includes its Artemis 2G subsea electronics module, tied back to two platforms, Naga and Pelikan, in about 90m water depth. 
The company's Belmont facility in Perth's eastern suburbs will provide some software coding for the contract, though the majority of the project work will be conducted at its Indonesian and UK facilities, Energy News has learned.
Bison and Iguana will tie back to the Pelikan platform, while Gajah Puteri will tie back to the Naga platform. The Gajah Puteri well is the longest step-out at 21km. 
Each well will have a wet gas meter, which is part of Proserv's scope of supply, and the system will be capable of future expansion to accommodate potential future infill drilling. 
The first phase of equipment is due in May next year, with work to be carried out in various Proserv service centres and technology hubs around the world.
Proserv said the contract would build on its installed base of subsea control systems, following the project completed with Premier and Santos on the Dua offshore oil field project in Vietnam in 2013.
"Proserv has already worked with Premier Oil on several projects and the award of this contract is testament to the strength of our relationship and their trust in our ability to deliver robust technology solutions and services on time and to the highest standards," Proserv region president for Far East & Australia Mathieu Al Kharfan said.
Proserv is a technology-driven company providing products, services and bespoke solutions to clients across the drilling, production and decommissioning market sectors. 
It operates through 22 operating centres in 12 countries including Australia.