Leighton Contractors has been awarded a contract by Chevron Australia to deliver the civil and underground works package for the Gorgon Project valued at more than $800 million (US $762MM).
The contract win is in addition to the company's current work in hand at the Gorgon Project where the company is completing works on the 2.1 kilometer LNG jetty and marine structures in consortium with Saipem.
Craig Laslett, Managing Director for Leighton Contractors, said the company was proud to be given the opportunity to continue working at the Gorgon Project.
"We have a genuine commitment to deliver the project with the highest standard of safety and to provide the expertise and services required to develop Australia's energy needs in line with sustainable economic development," he said.
Ray Sputore, General Manager of Leighton Contractors Western Region, said the company was thrilled to be awarded a second contract by Chevron in relation to the Gorgon Project.
"Leighton Contractors has strong experience working with oil and gas clients, and a skilled team to ensure our contribution is world-class."
"It's an exciting time for Leighton Contractors and we are proud to be involved in such an iconic West Australian project."
The contract scope includes earthworks, in-situ and precast concrete and underground services --including drainage, piping and electrical and instrumentation cabling which will be installed within the LNG plant site.
The team will commence work immediately are expected to be complete by mid 2013.
Leighton Contractors was previously awarded a contract in consortium with Saipem worth $1.1 billion dollars for the design, material supply, fabrication, construction and commissioning of the LNG jetty and marine structures, and the design, fabrication and installation of jetty Pre Assembled Racks.
The Gorgon Project is operated by an Australian subsidiary of Chevron and is a joint venture of the Australian subsidiaries of Chevron (approximately 47 percent), ExxonMobil (25 percent) and Shell (25 percent), Osaka Gas (1.25 percent), Tokyo Gas (one percent) and Chubu Electric Power (0.417 percent).
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