Canadian contractor SNC Lavalin has announced it picked up work at two gas operations in Western Australia, including design work for a new power station at the Devil Creek gas plant.
Canadian contractor SNC-Lavalin has announced it picked up work at two gas operations in Western Australia, including design work for a new power station at the Devil Creek gas plant.
The Devil Creek plant is owned by Santos and has capacity of 110 terajoules per day for the domestic market.
That represents about 7 per cent of the market.
The contract includes detailed design and engineering on integrating new generators into the existing facility.
“The scope of work includes process engineering and design of the fuel gas supply, piping design and modelling of the fuel gas feed to the power station, structural engineering and assessment, civils design of on ground pads,” an announcement by SNC said.
“SNC-Lavalin will also provide integration of the power station control, instrumentation and electrical feed system into the existing plant and construction support including the production of multidiscipline site installation workpacks and commissioning specifications.”
SNC senior vice president oil and gas Asia Pacific Garry Ford said the project would help Santos cut carbon emissions at the facility.
“We have significant experience with the facility having provided various process, operational support and brownfield modifications works over the past five years and look forward to working with Santos on enhancing their plant operations,” Mr Ford said.
SNC also won work at the Woodside Petroleum operated Goodwyn A, which is part of North West Shelf Venture.
The company’s Atkins business unit will undertake a gap analysis of the platform’s existing hazard and operability studies.
That will involve collecting and reviewing previous studies, resolving overlaps and highlighting decommissioned equipment.
Mr Ford said the business had a long term relationship with Woodside.