Major Global Oil & Gas Construction Projects
Here is a comprehensive list of ongoing major global Oil & Gas construction projects:
Project 1: Angola LNG
The firm’s second liquefied natural gas project on the West Coast of Africa (based in Angola on the Congo River delta) is repositioning the continent as a key supplier of Oil & Gas.
Upon commencement of operations, the plant will be producing 5.2 million metric tons per year of LNG - natural gas cooled to minus 160 degrees Celsius. This would facilitate the cost effective shipment of natural gas without compromising on safety.
Project 2: Curtis Island LNG Projects
The firm is currently overseeing the construction of one of its most ambitious projects – the simultaneous construction of 3 LNG plants. The first phase is scheduled to be operational by end of 2014.
The projects are expected to employ 8800 personnel. As part of a training & development program, the management are expected to train 400 adult apprentices through the National Apprenticeships Program (NAP) to handle work functions in the projects.
Once the projects are completed, Gladstone and Queensland will become prominent industrial hubs in Australia.
Project 3: Westlake Chemical’s Ethylene Plant Expansion in Louisiana
Technip is utilizing its ethylene plant modernization expertise to deliver in-depth engineering and procurement services during the expansion of the recovery section of Westlake’s Petro 1 ethylene plant.
Project 4: Nasr Phase II Full Field Development project – Packages 1, 2 & 3
Technip will oversee the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) work functions of the Nasr Phase II Full Field Development project Packages 1, 2 & 3.
Upon commencement of operations, the project would deliver an average production of 65Kb/d of crude oil yearly.
Project 5: Tangguh Expansion Project
Contractor: (Chiyoda Corporation)
Chiyoda Corporation has clinched the FEED contract for Tangguh Expansion Project in Indonesia. It will construct the LNG jetty and the related infrastructure for the project with a liquefaction capacity of 3.8 million tonnes per annum (mtpa).
- Jess Potts