Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemicals Inc recognises Cryeng Group for “Outstanding Performance in Support of the APLNG Project”
Cryeng Group have been awarded a trophy from US EPC giant Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemicals Inc. for “Outstanding Performance in Support of the APLNG Project”. The $24.7bn APLNG project, involves the development of substantial CSG resources in the Surat and Bowen Basins; building a 450km gas transmission pipeline; and construction of a multi-train LNG liquefaction facility on Curtis Island, is an EPC Contract managed by Bechtel which will see LNG shipped around the world.
Cryeng Group specialise in Engineering, Procurement and Construction Projects for Cryogenics and Oil & Gas Customers and was awarded the contract for the design and fabrication of 4km of Vacuum Jacketed Pipe (VJP) for the APLNG Project, following the successful delivery of a similar project for QCLNG. The APLNG VJP Spools ranged in size from 200NB to 1500NB and were provided for the LNG facility on Curtis Island, off the coast of Gladstone. Cryeng Group’s highly experienced project managers, engineers and quality control team guided the projects to successful delivery. The team held regular progress meetings, submitted the required documentation and inspected and tested the fabrication of the spools to ensure they were built to the highest possible standard.The VJP was fabricated on schedule in the Cryeng Thailand facility meeting the Client’s stringent manufacturing procedures, testing procedures and documentation standards to ensure Code compliance.
Cryeng Group also successfully designed and manufactured 2 x 288kL Vacuum Insulated Ethylene Storage Drums for the APLNG Project that were fabricated in Ipswich, Australia by our sister company Maxcon Industries, in 2013. The ethylene drums were designed and manufactured in accordance with Bechtel approved procedures and delivered to the Curtis Island site.Back to Project