A multinational dredging and marine service provider has won a tender for a mining infrastructure development worth over $500 million, off the West Coast of Australia.
Boskalis Australia recently secured the seabed intervention and shore crossing contract for Woodside Energy’s Scarborough Export Gas Pipeline Project, 375km northwest of the Burrup Peninsula.
Boskalis is tasked with offshore deep water excavation, pipeline crossings, nearshore and shore crossing works for the Scarborough Joint Venture’s export trunk line between Scarborough and onshore processing infrastructure.
The contractor will also supply of rock material and mobilise specialised excavation and rock placement equipment for the complex scope.
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‘Fair and reasonable’ job opportunities
Woodside’s preferred concept for the development includes transporting 7.3 trillion cubic feet (2C, 100 per cent) of Scarborough gas resource through a 430 km pipeline to a proposed expansion of the existing Pluto LNG Onshore Facility.
The JV promises local companies will have a “full, fair and reasonable opportunity to participate in contracting opportunities”. Local supply chain opportunities will increase during the construction phase of the projects, one venture partners reach final investment decisions on the Scarborough and Pluto Train 2 projects.
Woodside expects that will happen in the year 2020 and start-up activity will begin in 2023.
Positions will be advertised on Woodside’s careers website: careers.woodside.com.au/search/?createNewAlert=false&q=&locationsearch=Western+Australia&optionsFacetsDD_department=