EZRA Holdings’ subsea services division EMAS AMC has won subsea contracts worth almost US$70 million, including work with a new client in the Middle East, the company announced in December.

Ezra said the scope of work in the Middle East is for a national oil company, and includes the lift of nearly 3,000 metric tonnes of offshore structures, such as topsides, a jacket, flare and structure, and a helideck.

In addition, Lewek Constellation will be involved in the removal of existing spools, installation of new ones and connecting 16 inch flowlines to a new platform in the region.

To be managed out of EMAS AMC’s regional headquarters in Oslo, the project work is scheduled to begin in the second quarter of 2016.

In Asia, EMAS AMC will be organising the transportation and installation of almost 10 kilometres of pipelines for another national oil company.

Ezra said this project will be managed out of Singapore, and will also begin in the second quarter of 2016.

Ezra managing director Lionel Lee was delighted to end 2015 with the contract wins.

“We have a new client to do subsea construction work for in the Middle East, and it demonstrates the demand for Lewek Constellation globally. The experience will also be invaluable as we continue to build our track record in the region,” he said.

EMAS is a global contracting group providing offshore/subsea construction, marine, production and well intervention services.