International engineering and construction firm CSE Global has announced that its telecommunications subsidiary, which has major operations in Perth, has won $60 million worth of contracts for Inpex’s Ichthys liquefied natural gas (LNG) development.
The company said the works include design, procurement, delivery and commissioning of telecommunications and data systems for the project’s onshore facilities at Darwin, its central processing facility and the floating production, storage and offtake (FPSO) vessel.
Each of the contracts was awarded separately by the relevant engineering contractors.
CSE Global chief executive Roy Rowe said delivery was expected early next year, while he flagged an intense ramp up to meet the timeline.
“Fortunately for us and the project we have a very large engineering centre located in Singapore that allows us to draw on resources at quick notice for these quick turnaround projects,” Mr Rowe said.
CSE Global, which is based in Singapore, snapped up Applecross-based telecommunications firm ASTIB Group in January 2011 for $49.6 million.
ASTIB has since been rebranded CSE Transtel to align with its new parent company.