Curtis Island LNG
The concurrent development of three liquified natural gas (LNG) plants on Curtis Island was an unprecedented achievement. It formed a significant part of what is, to date, the largest concentration of private capital investment in Australian history. This landmark program of work resulted in three plants that now yield roughly 8% of the world’s total LNG production.
The three facilities are owned by Queensland Curtis LNG (a joint venture of QGC – now a Shell-owned business, with China National Offshore Oil Corporation, and Tokyo Gas), Australia Pacific LNG (a joint venture of ConocoPhillips, Origin and Sinopec), and Santos GLNG (a joint venture of Santos, Petronas, Total, and Kogas)
There are six LNG trains on the island. Walz Group was engaged to provide structural, mechanical, and piping services for the installation of Train 2 for the QCLNG Plant.
Following completion of the QCLNG installation works, Walz was contracted by Bechtel to perform maintenance and warranty works for all three plants on the Island.
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