An engineering, construction, operations and maintenance company has won a head contract for part of a natural gas development worth a total of more than $500 million in Western Australia’s Perth Basin.
Clough has won the engineering procurement construction tender for AWE Perth’s Waitsia Stage 2 Gas Project, 340km north of the Perth CBD.
The full project involves building a new gas processing plant, drill and connect up to 14 new wells spanning 50 sq km. There will also be additional wellheads, flowlines, gathering hubs, gas conditioning, liquids handling, export compression (optional), custody transfer metering, export pipelines and condensate load out facilities.
Clough is now finalising the design for the project and a final investment decision is expected sometime in mid-2020. Work is expected to start before September and take three years to complete sometime in mid-2022.
The contractor is separately accepting general expressions of interest for all levels of experience across the East Coast and Papua New Guinea:
- civil/structural engineers (multiple positions)
- mechanical engineers (multiple)
- electrical engineers (multiple)
- process engineers (multiple)
- process safety (multiple)
- instrumentation and control engineers (multiple)
- designers and GIS analysts (multiple).
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Once operational the plant will export conditioned gas to Dampier through the existing Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline for an estimated lifespan of 16 years at a full capacity of up to 250 terra joules a day.
AWE is operating under the Mitsui E&P Australia brand.