$45m Woodside win for Clough JV

PERTH-BASED engineering group Clough Ltd and Norwegian joint venture partner Aker Kvaerner have won a $45 million contract from Woodside Energy Ltd as part of the development of its Angel gas field near Karratha. The partners will install the platform topside module for the project, which is still subject to approval by companies participating in the North West Shelf Venture. Clough managing director David Singleton said the project was of great significance to the group and strengthened its relationship with Woodside. The Clough-Aker Kvaerner joint venture will perform all installation engineering and construction activities related to the transportation and installation of the Angel topside module. Additional work relating to the hook-up of the topside module to the pre-installed jacket will also be undertaken by the joint venture, Mr Singleton said. Work on the installation contract will start immediately, with an anticipated completion date of late 2007 or early 2008. The contracting entity is an equal joint venture between Clough Projects Australia Pty Ltd and Aker Marine Contractors Pty Ltd. In 2003, it completed work on the Bayu-Undan topsides in the Timor Sea.

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