EnerMech has recently been awarded a subcontract by JKC Australia LNG Pty Ltd for specialist commissioning activities on the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities in Darwin.
The multi-million dollar scope of work includes nitrogen/helium leak testing of the piping systems, cooling water system passivation and degreasing of the acid gas removal units.
Works will be conducted at Bladin Point near Darwin in the Northern Territory with engineering and project management coordinated by the EnerMech staff on site, with support from their Darwin and Perth facilities.
EnerMech’s regional director for Australia, Allan Hart, said: “We have extensive experience on other LNG facilities in Australia and a high calibre of Darwin and Perth based staff, with strong credentials in nitrogen leak testing and chemical cleaning contracts, which put us in an excellent position to win this subcontract. We are looking forward to continuing our relationship with one of the most significant LNG projects in Australia.”
Engineering services specialist EnerMech expect the scope of work to create more than 50 new jobs and has invested approximately A$ 2 million in new equipment related to this subcontract.
EnerMech employs a global workforce of 2,500 people with 670 based across Australia in Perth, Darwin, Melbourne, Sydney, Sale, Brisbane, Gladstone and Chinchilla. The business is a leading provider of integrated services including Cranes and Lifting, Electrical and Instrumentation, Equipment Rental, Hydraulic products and services, Industrial Services, Process, Pipeline and Umbilicals (PPU), Training and Valve supply and services.