Worley wins FEED contract

New compression facility in Australia

Worley was awarded the front end engineering and design (FEED) on a new natural gas compression facility in Queensland, Australia, by Origin, the upstream operator of Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG). (Image: Worley)

Worley was awarded the front end engineering and design (FEED) on a new natural gas compression facility in Queensland, Australia, by Origin, the upstream operator of Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG).

The Angry Jungle gas field is a joint venture gas field run by multiple producers within the Surat Basin. During the FEED phase, Worley will support the engineering design of the infrastructure needed to allow APLNG to capitalize on its share of coal seam gas produced within the Angry Jungle gas field.

The overall project infrastructure includes an in-field compression facility, low pressure gathering pipeline, and ancillary services. We have been engaged to deliver an initial scope focused on the booster compression facility.

Worley said the FEED phase award is the result of successful concept and pre-FEED studies previously undertaken by Worley Consulting. These preliminary studies provided a shortlist of potential options and allowed APLNG to select the most optimal infrastructure option for their unique requirements.

“We’re helping APLNG access its share of Angry Jungle gas production in an efficient and timely manner. Our team has been adding value by assessing different sustainable options that enhance production while reducing capex and opex to maximize economic return and we look forward to continuing our support through this next phase,” said Mark Accadia, Worley Location Director, Australia East, PNG and Mongolia.

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