Clough Thai JV secures first fabrication contract

CLOUGH Limited’s Sino-Thai Joint Venture fabrication and assembly facility has signed its first contract worth approximately $26 million in sales contribution to the Clough group. The contract is with Alcan to fabricate preassembled modules for the Northern Territory’s Gove G3 Expansion project at the joint venture’s waterside fabrication facility in the Sattahip port area. The location of the facility, close to Thailand’s eastern seaboard petrochemical complex, is primarily to target the Asian and Australian oil and gas fabrication and integrated process module markets. The scope of work for the Gove expansion will see fabrication and assembly work over an 18-month period producing around 106 modular components with a delivered weight of approximately 26,000 tonnes.

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