By Staff writer
US-based engineering and construction firm, CB&I, has won a contract worth more than US $200 million (AUD268 million) for the construction of a fifth liquefied natural gas (LNG) production train at the North West Shelf Venture onshore gas plant near Karratha, Western Australia.
The LNG train will be designed with a capacity to produce 4.2 million tonnes per year.
The phase five expansion will increase the plant’s capacity to 15.9 million tonnes per year, making it one of the single largest LNG complexes in the Asia-Pacific region.
The project is being developed by Woodside Energy.