|Foster Wheeler Worley Parsons JV
|2008 - 2009
The Pluto LNG project processes gas from the Pluto gas field in the Carnarvon Basin about 190km northwest of Karratha, Western Australia.
The initial phase of the project was comprised of an offshore platform in 85m of water, connected to five subsea wells on the gas field. Gas was then piped in a 180km trunkline to the onshore facility, located between the North West Shelf Project and Dampier Port on the Burrup Peninsula. Onshore infrastructure comprised of a single LNG processing train with a forecast production capacity of 4.3 million tonnes a year.
Working closely with Foster Wheeler, a company with many operating centres, DBM Vircon outperformed schedule requirements utilizing majority of their Tekla team to complete some of the largest modules done to date.
DBM Vircon’s scope included 3D BIM modelling and detailing of 12,000 tonnes of modular steelwork and a stick built scope of 2,665 tonnes. The Onshore infrastructure in which DBM Vircon serviced comprised of the storage and loading facilities including two LNG tanks, condensate tanks and an export jetty. Services were provided for the following areas: