WDS wins USD 65 mln contracts from Arrow Energy and Santos GLNG
WDS Limited an integrated services provider to the energy and mining sectors, said that its Energy Division, has won contracts with a total value of around $65M, for delivery in the current financial year.
The contracts with Santos Limited (GLNG Project), and Arrow Energy, continue to broaden WDS’ reach across the CSG participants.
The WDS – CPECC JV has been awarded the Construction Master Services Agreement with Arrow Energy for Arrow’s planned Daandine Facility Expansion Project. The term of the Agreement is two years with an option to extend for a further one year.
The facility at Daandine is a compression station that is being upgraded to support Arrow’s commitment to Australia’s domestic gas market. The expansion is being managed by Arrow’s EPcM partner, Clough Amec Joint Venture.
WDS Managing Director Terry Chapman said that the new agreement followed on from the award of the field development and operation construction master services agreement earlier this year. “This new contract further strengthens the relationship between Arrow Energy and WDS and provides us with a further opportunity to expand our service offerings to CSG Upstream Developments,” Chapman said.
The JV will provide the mechanical and electrical installation of infrastructure, fabrication and installation of wellhead surface infrastructure, installation of associated gas distribution and water gathering flow lines, high voltage and low voltage power works and civil construction and maintenance works.
The JV will commence mobilisation for the project in September 2014 with personnel, plant and equipment managed out of the joint venture’s Brisbane office. The works will be conducted in the Surat Basin in Southern Queensland with the support provided out of WDS facilities in Brisbane, Dalby, Roma, and WDS’ fabrication facilities in Yatala, south of Brisbane.
WDS has also won the Santos GLNG Fairview Eastern Flank Phase construction contract. The project is for the installation of facilities for 74 gas wells and includes the connected gas and water gathering systems and high voltage power. The project will begin on the ground later this year.
“This project is significant for WDS and continues our 10 year relationship with Santos GLNG,” said Chapman.
Press Release, August 27, 2014; Image: WDS Limited