Technip bags multi-disciplinary EPMS contract in Australia

Technip bags multi-disciplinary EPMS contract in Australia

9:18 AM, 15th December 2016

PARIS, FRANCE: Technip SA has been awarded an engineering and project management services (EPMS) contract by Shell Australia. This contract will provide multi-disciplinary engineering and design services in support of the Prelude FLNG project and will allow the smooth delivery of brownfield engineering scope as the project moves into operations.

Under the contract, Technip will provide a comprehensive suite of services, including:

  • Concept, Front End Engineering Design (FEED), detailed and follow-on engineering services,
  • Procurement services,
  • Construction management services,
  • Pre-commissioning, commissioning and hand-over services,
  • Operational testing support,
  • Scope and portfolio management services including cost and planning support, and document management and control,
  • Specialist engineering support to supplement Shell Australia’s team.

Technip’s operating centre in Perth, Western Australia will lead, manage and deliver the contracted work, providing local expertise for a local solution.

“We are delighted to continue Technip’s close relationship with Shell on the flagship Prelude FLNG project. Our leadership in FLNG leverages our integrated approach and the combination of our technologies and capabilities in the subsea, offshore and onshore business. This award recognises our long-term relationship with Shell as well as our strong presence in Australia developing local engineering and project management capabilities,” said Nello Uccelletti, president onshore-offshore, Technip.

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