Amec Foster Wheeler bagged a $3.8 million pre-FEED (front-end engineering design) contract from the Timor-Leste government for the proposed Beaco Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant in Timor-Leste.
The workscope covers concept selection studies, development of technical design, development of procurement and construction strategies, project implementation plans, capital cost estimate and schedule for the overall project.
Amec Foster Wheeler will work closely with Timor-Leste's national oil company TIMOR GAP, E.P., which is currently managing the implementation of Tasi Mane Project that consisted of three clusters of development situated along 96.3 miles (155 kilometers) of the country's southern coast. The three are the Suai Supply Base, the Betano Refinery, and the Beaco LNG Plant.
Work on the contract will be carried out by Amec Foster Wheeler’s LNG center of expertise in Reading, UK and its team in Malaysia.
“I am pleased that our LNG expertise and project delivery skills are helping to move forward a project which will contribute to the overall development of Timor-Leste. Our LNG Center of Excellence in the UK will work closely with our in-country teams to deliver this work safely and sustainably,” Roberto Penno, Amec Foster Wheeler’s group president for Asia, Middle East, Africa & Southern Europe, said in the press realease.
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