Woodside awards engineering services deal to Clough
- Business & Finance
Clough, an engineering, construction, operations and maintenance services company, on Wednesday announced the award of an engineering services contract by Australian energy company, Woodside.
Clough has been selected to work as part of an engineering panel to provide multi-disciplinary engineering services for Woodside.
The contract covers the full spectrum of engineering services including concept and feasibility studies, front-end engineering and design (FEED), engineering assessment and review, detailed engineering and production support across all of Woodside’s operated onshore and offshore producing assets.
Clough’s CEO Peter Bennett commented, “We are delighted to be selected as an engineering partner by our key client Woodside. Over the past two years, we have worked hard to lower our cost base and increase productivity by investing in our engineering and project management systems and talent development. This contract award sees this investment come to fruition, and reinforces Clough’s capability to work across asset life-cycle while building upon our established brownfields engineering credentials”.
“Our brownfields engineering team will deliver fit-for-purpose engineering solutions that reduce capex and opex costs while increasing safety, productivity and schedule certainty”.
Clough’s global LNG consultancy, CH-IV was also awarded an Owner’s Engineer contract for Eagle LNG for their LNG production and export facility on Zoo Parkway in Jacksonville, Florida, USA. As Owner’s Engineer, CH-IV is responsible for the engineering to completion of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) application for the facility.
The company said that the Eagle LNG facility would consist of three LNG production units, with each unit capable of producing up to 500,000 gallons/day (0.33 mtpa each). The facility will include one LNG storage tank, a marine load-out facility and dock that would accommodate small to mid-size LNG vessels as well as bunker barges for domestic ship fuelling and an LNG truck-out facility.