Malaysia’s largest oil and gas company by market capitalization, SapuraKencana Petroleum (SapKen), has won a $113m contract to place a new pipeline in Mexico, reported Nikkei Asian Review.

The contract, that was awarded by the state-owned oil and gas company Pemex Exploracion y Produccion, includes the procurement and construction of a 36 inch 18km sour gas pipeline linking two platforms in Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche. The work on this project will commence in July 2016 and is set to be completed in March 2017, according to The Star Online. The deal marks the Malaysian company’s second contract win in the country.

Additionally, SapKen will also be providing pipelaying services and lifting of major power generation equipment, utilizing the dynamic positioning 3 (DP3) heavy-lift and pipelay vessel SapuraKencana 3500, in the Gulf of Mexico for Pemex.