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French company Vallourec has been awarded a $100 million contract for the supply of premium pipes for the offshore Maharaja Lela South (ML-South) Project, operated by Total’s affiliate Total E&P Borneo in Brunei.

ML-South is located in Block B offshore Brunei and is an extension of the producing Maharaja Lela Jamalulalam field with water depth of approximately 213 feet.

The development wells will be producing at depths of 16,404 feet, in a highly corrosive environment, according to the company.

Didier Hornet, Vallourec managing director of Oil & Gas Activities, said: “We are honored to have been selected by Total for this complex offshore project. This contract recognizes Vallourec’s ability to provide the most advanced premium tubular solutions and services in the most challenging environments. We will work alongside Total to develop the local contribution to this project.”