MGJV wins contract for Australia’s Karratha Gas Plant

MGJV, a joint venture between Monadelphus Group and Giovenco Industries has secured a contract to provide services for the Woodside-operated Karratha Gas Plant in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

Under the two-year contract, the JV will provide various services to the Karratha Gas Plant Life Extension Programme beginning in early 2016.

The services include the planning and execution of mechanical, electrical, access, fire protection application, blasting and painting, cladding as well as insulation.

Karratha Gas Plant is located 1,260km north of Perth, Western Australia covering about 200ha and forms part of the North West Shelf Project.

"The award of this contract represents another major milestone for our oil and gas services business and demonstrates our reputation as a partner of choice in the provision of LNG services."

It includes five LNG processing trains, two domestic gas trains, six condensate stabilisation units.

The plant can produce 12,000t of domestic gas per day and also has three LPG fractionation units in addition to storage and loading facilities for LNG, LPG and condensate.

Monadelphus Group managing director Rob Velletri said: "The award of this contract represents another major milestone for our oil and gas services business and demonstrates our reputation as a partner of choice in the provision of LNG services."

"Monadelphous has a long-term commitment to the Karratha region and we are particularly pleased to be selected together with our joint venture partner Giovenco as a services provider for this important programme of works."

LNG production capacity at the plant increased to 16.3 million tonnes a year in 2008 following the start up of a fifth LNG processing train.

Woodside operates the facilities on behalf of the North West Shelf Project participants.

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