Woodside gives Browse FLNG deal to Benthic
- Project & Tenders
Benthic said on Monday it has been awarded Browse FLNG offshore geotechnical site investigation job by Woodside.
The geoscience company will also undertake offshore geotechnical site investigations for the Greater Enfield development located off the coast of Western Australia, according to a company statement.
Benthic will begin operations in the 4th quarter of 2015 at the proposed Browse FLNG development site. PROD3 (portable remotely operated drill) will complete in-situ testing and sampling to identify the soil conditions and geotechnical properties of the soil.
Following project completion, the Jaya Vigilant will transit to the Greater Enfield development site to perform similar site investigation services.
Following offshore operations, geotechnical data reports will be provided to Woodside.
LNG World News Staff; Image: Benthic