Type: Petroleum

Project UPDATE : Prelude FLNG

A major contract has been awarded a NT resources project.

Singaporean marine, offshore supply, and logistics company Sinwa Limited has been awarded a medley of new supply agreements for vessels involved in Shell’s Prelude FLNG Project. Sinwa said on Wednesday that the contracts were expected to begin in August 2017.

The scope of services provided under the contract includes the supply of provisions, stores, and logistics support to vessels working on the Prelude project.

Sinwa will be servicing its client’s requirements through its 10,000 square meters Darwin facility, equipped with complete warehousing including freezer, chiller, provision and general storages, as well as lay down and hard stand areas.

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Project UPDATE : Tipton Gas Expansion Project

An oil and natural gas company are inviting expressions of interest for its planned resource expansion in Queensland’s Surat Basin worth $31 million. Arrow Energy is collecting supplier information for its proposed Tipton Gas Expansion Project, 30km west of Dalby.

A key contact confirmed the first step of the procurement process. “Arrow has announced its decision to proceed with front-end engineering design (FEED) work for this proposed project. This is a design engineering phase, which will be managed through Arrow’s Engineering Master Services Agreement conducted by the Clough Engineering and Integrated Solutions, AMEC Forster Wheeler Australia and China Petroleum Engineering [Joint Venture] (CACJV),” Arrow project community relations officer Rita Hassan communicated.

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Project NEW : NT Gas Pipeline

Approval has been granted and contracts awarded with an NT gas pipeline project. The Northern Gas Pipeline has secured a license for construction, along with consent to construct the Phillip Creek Station Compressor Facility. NT Resources Minister Ken Vowles said it was a significant milestone for the project.

“Significant milestones have now been reached in the development of this major project,” he said. “This is an important job-creating project for the Territory — it will generate around 900 jobs during construction and will support our Government’s plans to develop Tennant Creek as a resources industry services hub which will see many ongoing jobs.”

The independent NT Environmental Protection Authority has assessed the NGP’s Environmental Impact Statement and recommended the project be given the approval to construct and operate the pipeline within the Territory. Continue reading