KBR Wins Browse Study
KBR's subsidiary, Granherne, along with joint venture partner WorleyParsons Select, has been awarded the topsides and substructures concept and definition study for the Browse LNG Development's "Browse to Burrup" option.
KBR subsidiary GVA Consultants is also expected to provide consultancy services for phase two of the study. The Browse LNG Development, with an estimated resource of about 20 trillion cubic feet of gas located offshore Australia, is a joint venture between operator Woodside, BP, BHP Billiton, Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell. Work is already underway and is expected to be completed by mid 2008.
"This award is a testament to the technical expertise of our staff and also demonstrates our global reach through our centers of excellence in Perth, London and Houston," said Clive Vaughan, managing director, Granherne. "This study marks our continued commitment to delivering high-quality service to Woodside. We look forward to continuing that commitment through this project, working with our joint venture partners."
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