Projects

Construction of ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG Project in Papua New Guinea began in 2010 and delivered its first cargo of LNG in May 2014, ahead of schedule.

The project took over 200 million work hours to complete and employed 21,000 people at its peak.

There are 700 km of pipelines connecting the LNG facilities, which include a gas conditioning plant in Hides and liquefaction and storage facilities near Port Moresby with a capacity of 6.9 million tons per year.

Rimrock Midstream entered into agreements with Grand Mesa Pipeline, a subsidiary of NGL Energy Partners, to construct and operate the Grand Mesa Pipeline.

Spectra Energy’s proposed Westcoast Connector Gas Transmission Project continues to advance, following receipt of an Environmental Assessment Certificate from British Columbia. The environmental review of the project assessed a natural gas transportation corridor that could accommodate up to two 48-inch pipelines with total design capacity of 8.4 Bcf/d.

Eagle LNG Partners’ pre-filing review process for the Jacksonville LNG project was approved by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). The proposed LNG facility will serve domestic and international markets. Eagle LNG will receive and liquefy natural gas, temporarily storing the produced LNG and periodically loading it onto ocean-going vessels for use in marine fueling trade.

Excelerate Energy has executed an agreement with the Government of Equatorial Guinea and Ophir Energy plc for a floating liquefaction storage and offloading vessel (FLSO). The Fortuna FLNG will be located at Block R, Equatorial Guinea which is owned 80% by Ophir and 20% by the national oil company of Equatorial Guinea, GEPetrol.

Statoil is waiting final testing before preparing for the installation and hook-up in the North Sea of the world’s first subsea wet gas compressor station to the Gullfaks C platform next year. The compressor station consists of two 5-MW wet gas compressors that will be installed in a subsea template at 135-meter depth. They will be tied in to existing templates and pipelines 15 km from the Gullfaks C platform.

Air Products has signed an agreement to supply its proprietary LNG process technology and equipment to Technip for a mid-scale LNG project in Fengzhen City, Inner Mongolia Province, China.

Technip was awarded a subsea contract by Chevron Indonesia for the Bangka Development, located in Rapak PSC area, 70 km off the province of East Kalimantan. The contract covers engineering, procurement, construction, installation, commissioning and pre-commissioning of flexibles, umbilical, and subsea structures.

Trans Adriatic Pipeline AG has issued the first major Invitation to tender (ITT) for construction of the onshore section of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP). The scope for the onshore pipeline contracts includes the engineering, procurement and construction of 760-km, 38-inch cross-country onshore pipeline on Greece and Albania. Companies invited to tender are international pipeline construction organizations, including from TAP’s host countries.

Santos GLNG has fed natural gas into its 420-km transmission pipeline for the first time via its primary compressor station in the Fairview field in southwest Queensland, Australia.

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