INPEX LNG Plant Construction & Support
The Inpex liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant is a massive energy project located in the Ichthys field off the coast of Western Australia. The project was developed by Inpex Corporation, a Japanese company, and involves the construction of an LNG processing facility, offshore gas and condensate production wells, subsea pipelines, and an onshore pipeline.
Construction of the Inpex LNG plant began in 2012 and was completed in 2018, with the first shipment of LNG leaving the facility in October of that year. The project’s construction involved a vast array of engineering and logistical challenges, including the transportation of massive components from around the world, the installation of pipelines and subsea infrastructure in deep waters, and the construction of the onshore processing facility.
The Inpex LNG plant has a capacity of 8.9 million tons per year and is one of the most significant LNG projects in the world. The facility processes natural gas and condensate from the Ichthys field, estimated to contain approximately 12.8 trillion cubic feet of natural gas and 500 million barrels of condensate.
The Inpex LNG project is considered to be an engineering feat, demonstrating the capabilities of modern engineering and construction technologies in delivering large-scale energy projects in challenging environments.
- Project management and Project support.
- Integrated Activity Planning.
- Rope Access Confined Space Rescue Services.
- Rope Access Mechanical fitting.
- Rope Access Electrical and EEHA.
- Rope Access Non-destructive Testing (NDT).
- Removal of module shipping steel.
- Supporting pressure testing & QA/QC.
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