KBR Wins Engineering Design Services Contract
The project will be executed for the McConnell Dowell/CCC joint venture (MCJV) on behalf of clients Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) and Asia Pacific LNG (APLNG).
For QCLNG, KBR will design a pipeline from central Queensland to the coast that consists of more than 580 kilometers of pipelines; including a 42-inch diameter CSG pipeline; a 42-inch diameter CSG collection header pipeline; and six collection laterals of 12-24 inch diameter.
A second pipeline for QCLNG and a third pipeline for APLNG will both consist of a 42-inch diameter high pressure transmission pipeline from the main line valve on the Queensland mainland, across the Narrows to the Curtis Island delivery station.
Colin Elliott, president of KBR Infrastructure and Minerals, said: â€œThis contract award demonstrates KBRâ€™s commitment to be involved in delivering pipelines and associated infrastructure in the important and emerging coal seam gas industry.
â€œThe expertise weâ€™ve developed in the gas pipeline sector in Australia to date will be integral to the successful execution for MCJV, QCLNG and APLNG and add to our capabilities in this rapidly growing market.â€
KBR is a global engineering, construction and services company supporting the energy, hydrocarbon, government services, minerals, civil infrastructure, power and industrial markets.
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