Australia Pacific LNG

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The APLNG project comprised the construction of an LNG facility, incorporating key infrastructure including utilities (OSBL) to support two production units (‘trains’), each with the capacity to produce 4.5Mtpa of LNG, two 160,000m³ LNG storage tanks, a loading jetty for the LNG ships, and an Operations control centre.

In 2013, KSJV, our LNG focused Join Venture, were awarded the OSBL Electrical and Instrumentation hook up and pre-commissioning scope on the project which comprised Power Generation, Utility Substations, Gas Conditioning Modules, Slug Catcher, Compressors, Ground Flares and other Ancillary Equipment to support the operation of the 2 LNG Production Trains.

KSJV works on the 176 system OSBL package comprised:

  • Installation of approximately 700,000 meters of HV, LV and Instrumentation cabling, the majority of which was above ground in cable rack.
  • 46,500 meters of cable rack and channel;
  • 3370 meters of instrument tubing;
  • glanding and terminating;
  • testing and pre-commissioning.

Our team played a key role in helping the project achieve significant milestones in 2015 including firing the GTG’s and loading of refrigerants and first cargo. As a result of this, KSJV were awarded additional scope on the project with hook up works being undertaken in Trains 1 and 2 and the supply of commissioning personnel to support the Commissioning and Start Up team in commissioning, start up, punch listing and warranty activities.


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