Origin Energy

Chinchilla, Queensland, Australia

Clough provided project management and engineering for a replacement pump and pipe work within the existing Talinga Gas Treatment Facility, as part of the Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG) project. The Gas Field is located in the Talinga Development, approximately 50 km from Dalby in Queensland.

The five concepts studied in the SELECT phase included the brownfield integration of a new pump and pipe work upgrade associated with the twelve existing compressors. A cost and schedule estimate, along with the project execution plans, was also developed. Work was executed by a team in Clough’s Brisbane Engineering office.

APLNG is a coal seam gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) project joint venture partnership between Origin, ConocoPhillips and Sinopec.

Arrow Energy

Surat Basin, Queensland, Australia

Clough AMEC

The Daandine Expansion project requires modifications to existing infrastructure and installation of new infrastructure to produce an additional 50 TJ/day of sales gas. The key objectives are to implement the project in the most cost effective manner with the shortest possible duration, minimise disruptions to operations of existing facilities and in full compliance with the technical, operational and HSE requirements. Clough provided engineering services for the Concept SELECT stage and FEED DEFINE stage for the existing field compression station, including a HP pipeline off-take connection to a third party in Queensland.

The Clough AMEC Joint Venture was awarded an Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) contract for Arrow Energy’s Daandine Expansion Project. The contract included the expansion of the existing central gas processing facility with three new reciprocating, gas-driven compressors and associated process and utility plant, increasing the current number of wells in the Daandine gas field by 22.

 

Clough engineers, constructs, commissions and maintains critical facilities for the Mining, Energy, and Infrastructure industries.

Talinga Expansion Project
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Origin Energy

Chinchilla, Queensland, Australia

Clough provided project management and engineering for a replacement pump and pipe work within the existing Talinga Gas Treatment Facility, as part of the Australian Pacific LNG (APLNG) project. The Gas Field is located in the Talinga Development, approximately 50 km from Dalby in Queensland.

The five concepts studied in the SELECT phase included the brownfield integration of a new pump and pipe work upgrade associated with the twelve existing compressors. A cost and schedule estimate, along with the project execution plans, was also developed. Work was executed by a team in Clough’s Brisbane Engineering office.

APLNG is a coal seam gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) project joint venture partnership between Origin, ConocoPhillips and Sinopec.

Daandine Expansion Project (Concept, FEED and EPCM)
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Daandine Expansion Project (Concept, FEED and EPCM)

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Arrow Energy

Surat Basin, Queensland, Australia

Clough AMEC

The Daandine Expansion project requires modifications to existing infrastructure and installation of new infrastructure to produce an additional 50 TJ/day of sales gas. The key objectives are to implement the project in the most cost effective manner with the shortest possible duration, minimise disruptions to operations of existing facilities and in full compliance with the technical, operational and HSE requirements. Clough provided engineering services for the Concept SELECT stage and FEED DEFINE stage for the existing field compression station, including a HP pipeline off-take connection to a third party in Queensland.

The Clough AMEC Joint Venture was awarded an Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management (EPCM) contract for Arrow Energy’s Daandine Expansion Project. The contract included the expansion of the existing central gas processing facility with three new reciprocating, gas-driven compressors and associated process and utility plant, increasing the current number of wells in the Daandine gas field by 22.

 

Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd

Port Hedland, Western Australia, Australia

Clough Forge

The Clough Forge Joint Venture (CFJV) commenced work on its first project, winning the Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) for Package 3, Portside Materials Handling Facilities, for Hancock Prospecting’s Roy Hill Iron Ore Project. The scope of work involved a detailed review of all preliminary and Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) documentation in a collaborative, open book approach with the client, to assist with development of final scope, schedule and contractual basis (including risk apportionment) to deliver a price for the construction phase and the Package 3 works. Package 3 consists of the rail loop and stockyards for the port end of the 55 Mtpa iron ore mine.

Iluka Resources Limited

Ouyen, Victoria, Australia

The Murray Basin Stage 2 Development include the upgrade to Iluka’s existing mineral separation plant in Hamilton. The EPCM contract includes construction of a re-locatable mining unit weighing approximately 900 tonnes and concentrator plants, together with associated infrastructure

The award of this EPCM contract followed completion of a Definitive Feasibility Study, which was successfully undertaken by Clough on behalf of Iluka.

 

Iluka Resources Limited

Ouyen and Hamilton, Victoria, Australia

Clough was engaged by Iluka Resources to carry out a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for the development of the Murray Basin Stage 2 minerals sand mining and processing plant at Kulwin, Victoria. The project also included the upgrade of the existing Minerals Separation Plant at Hamilton and improvements to the Port facilities at Portland.

The detailed feasibility study was completed successfully and contributed to the award to the Murray Basin Stage 2 EPCM contract. 

Roy Hill Iron Ore Package 3 Early Contractor Involvment (ECI)
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Roy Hill Iron Ore Package 3 Early Contractor Involvment (ECI)

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Roy Hill Infrastructure Pty Ltd

Port Hedland, Western Australia, Australia

Clough Forge

The Clough Forge Joint Venture (CFJV) commenced work on its first project, winning the Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) for Package 3, Portside Materials Handling Facilities, for Hancock Prospecting’s Roy Hill Iron Ore Project. The scope of work involved a detailed review of all preliminary and Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) documentation in a collaborative, open book approach with the client, to assist with development of final scope, schedule and contractual basis (including risk apportionment) to deliver a price for the construction phase and the Package 3 works. Package 3 consists of the rail loop and stockyards for the port end of the 55 Mtpa iron ore mine.

Murray Basin Stage 2 Development
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Murray Basin Stage 2 Development

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Iluka Resources Limited

Ouyen, Victoria, Australia

The Murray Basin Stage 2 Development include the upgrade to Iluka’s existing mineral separation plant in Hamilton. The EPCM contract includes construction of a re-locatable mining unit weighing approximately 900 tonnes and concentrator plants, together with associated infrastructure

The award of this EPCM contract followed completion of a Definitive Feasibility Study, which was successfully undertaken by Clough on behalf of Iluka.

 

Murray Basin Stage 2 – Detailed Feasibility Study
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Murray Basin Stage 2 – Detailed Feasibility Study

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Iluka Resources Limited

Ouyen and Hamilton, Victoria, Australia

Clough was engaged by Iluka Resources to carry out a Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) for the development of the Murray Basin Stage 2 minerals sand mining and processing plant at Kulwin, Victoria. The project also included the upgrade of the existing Minerals Separation Plant at Hamilton and improvements to the Port facilities at Portland.

The detailed feasibility study was completed successfully and contributed to the award to the Murray Basin Stage 2 EPCM contract.