Engineering contractors Monadelphous Group and Wood Group have secured new contracts with Woodside Petroleum and ConocoPhillips to service existing oil & gas facilities.
In a 70:30 joint venture with Giovenco Industries, Monadelphous will provide planning and execution of mechanical, electrical, access, fire protection application, blasting, painting, cladding and insulation services at the Woodside-operated Karratha gas plant.
Work under the contract is scheduled to begin early next year and run for a two-year period.
“It demonstrates our reputation as a partner of choice in the provision of LNG services,” Mr Velletri said.
“Monadelphous has a long-term commitment to the Karratha region and we are particularly pleased to be selected together with our joint venture partner Giovenco as a services provider for this important program of works.”
Meanwhile, UK-based Wood Group said its subsidiary Wood Group PSN has been contracted by ConocoPhillips to deliver brownfield engineering services to the Bayu-Undan field south-west of Timor-Leste, and the Darwin LNG plant at Wickham Point.
In a statement, Wood Group said contract personnel would be based onshore in Perth and in Timor-Leste.
“The contract also covers associated floating, storage and offloading facilities and subsea pipelines,” it said.
A Perth-based team from Wood Group Kenny will supply subsea engineering expertise.
Monadelphous shares were 0.4 per cent higher to $6.10 each just before the close of trade.