KBR bags Pre-FEED study contract Indonesian LNG terminal

KBR bags Pre-FEED study contract for Indonesian LNG terminal

11:02 AM, 20th October 2016
KBR bags Pre-FEED study contract for Indonesian LNG terminal

HOUSTON, US: KBR Inc wins a pre-front-end  engineering and design (FEED) study contract for PT Australasia LNG Indonesia's (AALNG) ) new proposed LNG hub terminal in Probolinggo, East Java, Indonesia. This marks KBR's first contract with AALNG.

In terms of the contract, KBR will deliver a pre-FEED study for the onshore LNG regasification and truck loading distribution facilities of AALNG's proposed LNG Hub Terminal. The pre-FEED study will be further developed for subsequent implementation phases to meet a throughput capacity of 3 million MTPA.

The terminal could possibly be extended by adding more LNG Regas trains and LNG storage to meet future demands in the East Java region. This work is expected to be performed over ten weeks, with KBR performing the pre-FEED study through an integrated team led by LNG expertise from KBR's London office with support from KBR's Jakarta office and its Granherne subsidiary.

"KBR is satisfied to be granted this significant project and we look forward to furthering our working relationship with AALNG  and to supporting it in their future projects. This project demonstrates KBR's capability to offer integrated solutions through a collaborative execution model to our customers in Asia Pacific by bringing together our global knowledge, experiences and expertise," said Greg Conlon, KBR president, Asia Pacific.

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