A marine subcontract worth in excess of $A90 million, which forms part of the works for GLNG’s proposed Curtis Island LNG facility, has been awarded to John Holland.
Under the subcontract, to be delivered for GLNG’s engineering, procurement and construction contractor Bechtel Australia, John Holland will design and construct a new product loading facility comprising a 360 m jetty and loading platform.
Included in the contract scope is the procurement, fabrication, construction and commissioning of the structural, mechanical and electrical components of the product loading facility.
Construction of the new product loading facility will commence in August with completion expected in 2013.
Joint venture participants in the GLNG Project include Santos who holds a 30 per cent interest, Petronas holds 27.5 per cent, Total holds 27.5 per cent and KOGAS holds 15 per cent.
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Image caption: An artist impression of the GLNG facility.