EnerMech Australia has been granted a five-year contract to provide specialist nitrogen and flange management services to a LNG facility in Central Queensland.
The work will be conducted on-site, located off the coast of Gladstone, Queensland, with project engineering and management conducted from EnerMech’s Gladstone facility and Brisbane office.
EnerMech possess an extensive equipment fleet in-country and will deploy liquid nitrogen converters, nitrogen membrane generation units, flange management torque/tensioning equipment and the use of EnerMech’s bespoke System Integrity Management software SIMPro in the provision of the specialist services.
“Our experience in delivering similar integrated specialist services in Australia, our extensive fleet of equipment, the high calibre of our Queensland-based staff, and our drive for innovation and continuous improvement placed us in a good position to secure this contract," said Jamie McIntyre, who EnerMech’s Australia manager for process, pipelines & umbilicals.
“We have an extended suite of integrated essential services and we look forward to the opportunity to further enhance our offering in Gladstone and the surround the region,” said Paul McCarthy, who is EnerMech’s regional director.
EnerMech is a global provider of integrated essential services to the energy, resources and infrastructure markets and employs more than 900 staff in Australia located in Perth, Karratha, Darwin, Brisbane, Gladstone, Chinchilla, Sydney and Melbourne.
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