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McDermott gives Inpex’s Ichthys LNG a boost after EPC win

Total has delivered a first carbon-neutral LNG cargo to CNOOC, following an earlier deal between the Chinese company and Shell.
The Ichthys LNG Project’s central processing facility – Ichthys Explorer.

McDermott will provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for a booster compression platform at the Inpex-operated Ichthys liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Australia.

The module will be added to the Ichthys Explorer central processing facility, located off the northwest coast of Western Australia, McDermott said in a statement. The award follows McDermott’s successful completion of front-end engineering and design (FEED) works for the booster.

“Ichthys LNG is ranked among the most significant and complex energy developments in the world. We’ve been there since 2012, and we are very familiar with the Ichthys gas field,” said Mahesh Swaminathan, McDermott’s Senior Vice President, Asia Pacific. “McDermott’s integrated, end-to-end solution minimizes project risks by enhancing delivery certainty and managing COVID-19 impacts.”

This is the third contract McDermott has been awarded for the project after successfully completing FEED services and converting contracts to EPCI.

McDermott’s EPC scope involves a booster compression module which will extend the production from the gas reservoir to the central processing facility. McDermott is currently undertaking umbilicals, risers and flowlines as part of an expansion of the existing offshore facilities.

The work will be executed from McDermott’s Engineering Centers of Excellence in Perth, Kuala Lumpur and Chennai. Fabrication will be completed at McDermott’s yard in Batam which has been delivering complex offshore and onshore structures for over 50 years, said the company.

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