Alcoa of Australia

Wagerup, Western Australia, Australia

Clough has been awarded and EPC contract to develop an impurity processing facility for Alcoa of Australia (Alcoa) at its Wagerup alumina refinery.  The scope includes civil, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation works.

BHP Billiton

130km north-west of Newman, Western Australia, Australia

Clough was awarded an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract, to deliver the non-process infrastructure (NPI) for the BHP South Flank Project. The South Flank project will fully replace production from the 80Mtpa (100 per cent basis) Yandi mine which is reaching the end of its economic life.  Clough will engineer, design and construct NPI facilities to support the mining activities at South Flank and the ore handling plant at Mining Area C.

Clough engineers, constructs, commissions and maintains critical facilities for the Metal & Minerals, Oil & Gas and Infrastructure industries.

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Alcoa of Australia

Wagerup, Western Australia, Australia

Clough has been awarded and EPC contract to develop an impurity processing facility for Alcoa of Australia (Alcoa) at its Wagerup alumina refinery.  The scope includes civil, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation works.

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BHP Billiton

130km north-west of Newman, Western Australia, Australia

Clough was awarded an Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract, to deliver the non-process infrastructure (NPI) for the BHP South Flank Project. The South Flank project will fully replace production from the 80Mtpa (100 per cent basis) Yandi mine which is reaching the end of its economic life.  Clough will engineer, design and construct NPI facilities to support the mining activities at South Flank and the ore handling plant at Mining Area C.

Water Corporation of WA

Craigie, Western Australia, Australia

Clough SUEZ

The Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie.

The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.

As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.​​​​

The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.​

NiuPower

Near Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Wartsila Clough

Clough in consortium with Wartsila is responsible of the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract, to develop the POM Power Station near Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. The POM Power station is a nation building infrastructure project being developed by NiuPower, a partnership between Oil Search Limited (ASX: OSH) and Kumul Petroleum Holdings.

The POM Power Station uses natural gas supplied by the PNG LNG project to feed six high efficiency Reciprocating Gas engines and generators. It will produce 58MW base load power to the Port Moresby power grid through a new 66kv power line and substation network.​

Jacobs (Rio Tinto)

Gobi Desert, Mongolia

GCR Mongolia (gip, Clough & RUC)

Clough, as part of ​GCR Mongolia joint venture, is participating in one of the most exciting developments in copper and gold mining. Oyu Tolgoi contains reserves and resources that make it one of the world’s largest known copper and gold deposits.

Situated in the southern Gobi Desert of Mongolia, approximately 550 kilometres south of the capital, Ulaanbaatar and 80 kilometres north of the Mongolia-China border, Oyu Tolgoi is jointly owned by the Government of Mongolia (34 per cent) and Turquoise Hill Resources (66 per cent, of which Rio Tinto owns 51 per cent). Since 2010, Rio Tinto has also been the manager of the Oyu Tolgoi project.

The GCR team has been awarded the ‘Best Safety Performance: Construction Contractor – Q2 2018’ as part of the Oyu Tolgoi Quarterly forum. This is a significant achievement, and complements our current 1.44 million man hours LTI-free.

GCR Mongolia’s completed works includes:

  • Bulk and detailed earthworks
  • Civil and concrete works for major concrete structures
  • Buried services works including, 35kV, 10.5kV electrical cabling and multiple pipeline scope works consisting of HDPE and carbon steel
  • Decommissioning of 35kV overhead powerlines including the removal of 8 tower structures​

Current scope includes:

  • Construction and commissioning of the blind sink and concrete line of Shaft No 3 and No 4
  • Construction of the Underground Material Handling System for Stage 1
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Water Corporation of WA

Craigie, Western Australia, Australia

Clough SUEZ

The Clough SUEZ Water Partners joint venture has been awarded a contract to complete the Stage 2 expansion at the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie.

The Clough SUEZ Water Partnership brings together Engineering and Construction Company, Clough, with global resource management firm, SUEZ, to design and construct the new plant for Water Corporation.

As part of Water Corporation’s Groundwater Replenishment Scheme, the Advanced Water Recycling Plant currently has the capacity to treat secondary treated wastewater and recharge up to 14 billion litres of recycled water into groundwater supplies each year.​​​​

The scope of the expansion project includes doubling the plant’s capacity to recharge up to 28 billion litres of recycled water each year, which will provide further water security to the residents of Perth.​

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NiuPower

Near Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

Wartsila Clough

Clough in consortium with Wartsila is responsible of the Engineering, Procurement, and Construction (EPC) contract, to develop the POM Power Station near Port Moresby in Papua New Guinea. The POM Power station is a nation building infrastructure project being developed by NiuPower, a partnership between Oil Search Limited (ASX: OSH) and Kumul Petroleum Holdings.

The POM Power Station uses natural gas supplied by the PNG LNG project to feed six high efficiency Reciprocating Gas engines and generators. It will produce 58MW base load power to the Port Moresby power grid through a new 66kv power line and substation network.​

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Jacobs (Rio Tinto)

Gobi Desert, Mongolia

GCR Mongolia (gip, Clough & RUC)

Clough, as part of ​GCR Mongolia joint venture, is participating in one of the most exciting developments in copper and gold mining. Oyu Tolgoi contains reserves and resources that make it one of the world’s largest known copper and gold deposits.

Situated in the southern Gobi Desert of Mongolia, approximately 550 kilometres south of the capital, Ulaanbaatar and 80 kilometres north of the Mongolia-China border, Oyu Tolgoi is jointly owned by the Government of Mongolia (34 per cent) and Turquoise Hill Resources (66 per cent, of which Rio Tinto owns 51 per cent). Since 2010, Rio Tinto has also been the manager of the Oyu Tolgoi project.

The GCR team has been awarded the ‘Best Safety Performance: Construction Contractor – Q2 2018’ as part of the Oyu Tolgoi Quarterly forum. This is a significant achievement, and complements our current 1.44 million man hours LTI-free.

GCR Mongolia’s completed works includes:

  • Bulk and detailed earthworks
  • Civil and concrete works for major concrete structures
  • Buried services works including, 35kV, 10.5kV electrical cabling and multiple pipeline scope works consisting of HDPE and carbon steel
  • Decommissioning of 35kV overhead powerlines including the removal of 8 tower structures​

Current scope includes:

  • Construction and commissioning of the blind sink and concrete line of Shaft No 3 and No 4
  • Construction of the Underground Material Handling System for Stage 1

Northern Territory Government & Paspaley Group

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

BAM Clough

The BAM Clough joint venture’s scope includes technical support and constructability input during Front-End Engineering Design works for the Ship Lift and Marine Industries Project in Darwin, Northern Territory.​

The Ship Lift and Marine Industries project represents an AU$100 million investment by the Northern Territory Government into major projects that will boost the local economy. The proposed project will include a ship lift facility for lifting vessels from the water for dry docking and maintenance works, and a common user area, being a hardstand area, available for ship repair and maintenance works.

The project will have the capacity to lift vessels more than 90 meters in length, including the Australian Defence Forces’ new offshore patrol vessel fleet.​

Yara International ASA

Burrup Peninsula,, Western Australia, Australia

Clough AMEC

Clough AMEC’s scope includes maintenance services to Yara’s existing liquid ammonia plant (Yara Pilbara Ammonia Plant) and to the world’s first technical ammonium nitrate (TAN) manufacturing plant (TAN Plant) on the Burrup Peninsula, located near Karratha in Western Australia.

The scope also includes providing maintenance planning support, supplying management services, supervision, tradespeople, tooling and systems, including the Clough Automated Maintenance system (CAMS), to perform routine maintenance services and shutdowns at the Yara Pilbara Ammonia Plant and the TAN Plant.

Water Corporation of WA

Mundaring​, Western Australia, Australia

Clough scope includes EPC contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of the existing intake tower and outlet structures, that includes replacement of aging infrastructure and updating of the intake and outlet works to meet future climatic requirements.

​Lower minimum operating level in the reservoir by 6.6m.

Reduce dead storage capacity from 16.7GL to 6.2GL.

Reduce the surface area of the weir, to reduce annual evaporation by 1.5GL/year. (Volume of 600 Olympic Swimming Pools)

Extend the asset life of dam pipework and structures.​​​

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Northern Territory Government & Paspaley Group

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

BAM Clough

The BAM Clough joint venture’s scope includes technical support and constructability input during Front-End Engineering Design works for the Ship Lift and Marine Industries Project in Darwin, Northern Territory.​

The Ship Lift and Marine Industries project represents an AU$100 million investment by the Northern Territory Government into major projects that will boost the local economy. The proposed project will include a ship lift facility for lifting vessels from the water for dry docking and maintenance works, and a common user area, being a hardstand area, available for ship repair and maintenance works.

The project will have the capacity to lift vessels more than 90 meters in length, including the Australian Defence Forces’ new offshore patrol vessel fleet.​

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Yara International ASA

Burrup Peninsula,, Western Australia, Australia

Clough AMEC

Clough AMEC’s scope includes maintenance services to Yara’s existing liquid ammonia plant (Yara Pilbara Ammonia Plant) and to the world’s first technical ammonium nitrate (TAN) manufacturing plant (TAN Plant) on the Burrup Peninsula, located near Karratha in Western Australia.

The scope also includes providing maintenance planning support, supplying management services, supervision, tradespeople, tooling and systems, including the Clough Automated Maintenance system (CAMS), to perform routine maintenance services and shutdowns at the Yara Pilbara Ammonia Plant and the TAN Plant.

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Water Corporation of WA

Mundaring​, Western Australia, Australia

Clough scope includes EPC contract for the upgrade and refurbishment of the existing intake tower and outlet structures, that includes replacement of aging infrastructure and updating of the intake and outlet works to meet future climatic requirements.

​Lower minimum operating level in the reservoir by 6.6m.

Reduce dead storage capacity from 16.7GL to 6.2GL.

Reduce the surface area of the weir, to reduce annual evaporation by 1.5GL/year. (Volume of 600 Olympic Swimming Pools)

Extend the asset life of dam pipework and structures.​​​

Sunrise Energy

Saldanha, South Africa

CMR Marine

The facility uses a floating multi-buoy morring system (MBM) where vessels of size 300GT – 20000GT may be received. A flexible hose connects the offloading vessel to a subsea PLEM (Pipeline End Manifold) which via an undersea pipeline of approximately 3.2 kilometres and an overland pipeline of approximately 2.1 kilometres, transports the LPG to the bullets at the storage terminal.

The near shore marine construction of the facility took 14 months to complete. Clough Murray & Roberts’ scope was completed very sucessfully, delivering the project on budget and on time. Utilising world leading engineering, construction management and project managmeent tools and resources the project was delivered to specification and is considered of world world class quality standard.

Through the implementation of our propriety Major Accident Prevention (MAP) HSE system, we were able to fulfil our goal of Zero Harm with no lost time injuries (LTIs) over duration of the project.

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co. Ltd. (DSME)

Browse Basin, offsho​​re, Western Australia, Australia

CloughCoens

Clough was contracted by Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) to provide hook-up services on the Ichthys LNG Project Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) facility.

The scope of work includes the preparation and execution of offshore hook-up and assistance to commissioning. Work commenced in the first quarter of 2016 with the mobilisation of engineering and technical teams to the DSME fabrication yard located in Geoje, Korea before moving offshore in the Browse Basin, 200 kilometres off the northern coastline of Western Australia.

Project management is being executed from Clough’s office in Perth with the technical support of Clough’s Korean joint venture CloughCoens. ​

Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd

Browse Basin, offsho​​re, Western Australia, Australia

CloughCoens

The CloughCoens joint venture was contracted by Samsung Heavy Industries to provide hook-up services on the Ichthys LNG Project Central Processing Facility (CPF). ​The scope of work includes the preparation and execution of offshore hook-up activities and assistance to commissioning. Work commenced in the first quarter of 2016 with the mobilisation of engineering and technical teams to the SHI fabrication yard located in Geoje, Korea before moving offshore in the Browse Basin, 200 km off the northern coastline of Western Australia. The mooring hook-up of the CPF was successfully completed with no incidents and ahead of schedule. 

Gas-in was achieved on Ichthys CPF in the third quarter of 2018, celebrating a significant milestone that CloughCoens and the client have been working towards.

Magnolia LNG

Louisiana, United States

CH•IV

Owners engineer services for detailed design, construction, commissioning and startup phases of the project.

Fortescue Metals Group

Port Hedland, Western Australia, Australia

BAM Clough

The BAM Clough Joint Venture (BAM Clough) was awarded a design and construction contract for a fifth iron ore loading berth at Anderson Point Facility (AP5) in Port Hedland, Western Australia.

The works include the design and construction of a 306 metre long wharf extension, seven berthing dolphins, and the supply and installation of wharf  conveyor modules.

Arrow Energy

Surat and Bowen Basin, Queensland, Australia

Clough AMEC was contracted by Arrow Energy to provide Pre-FEED and FEED for the full upstream CSG to LNG development. This includes two separate field developments (approx. 10000 wellheads), the gathering networks, field compression and central compression and processing facilities, associated pipelines, buildings, road infrastructure improvements, sumps, ponds and dams and associated civil works, communications, power supply, and accommodation villages.

The work was completed successfully LTI free with implementation of initiatives to reduce Total Installed Costs (TIC).

Queensland Gas Company

Curtis Island, Queensland, Australia

Transfield Clough

Clough Limited together with Transfield Services in a joint venture, was awarded a construction contract as part of QGC Pty Limited’s Queensland Curtis Liquefied Natural Gas (QCLNG) Project.

Stage one work commenced in the fourth quarter of 2012 and included early site civil works and front end planning work for the construction phase of compression facilities in central Queensland. QCLNG was one of the world’s first projects to turn coal seam gas into LNG. The project involves expanding QGC’s existing coal seam gas production in the Surat Basin of southern Queensland, building a 540 km natural gas pipeline network and constructing a natural gas liquefaction plant on Curtis Island, near Gladstone, where the gas will be converted to LNG for export.

Morobe Mining JV

Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea

Clough completed a construction management contract to support the advanced exploration works on the proposed Morobe Mining Joint Venture’s (MMJV) Wafi‑Golpu project in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Work was conducted by Clough’s PNG subsidiary, Clough Nuigini, and involved the development of support infrastructure, including roads, bridges, a 500 man construction camp, power and water supply.

Pearl Oil (Amata) Limited, a Mubadala Petroleum affiliate

Gulf of Thailand, Thailand

BAM Clough

Clough, in consortium with TL Offshore SDN Berhad, an installation and transportation specialist that operates as a subsidiary of SapuraCrest Petroleum Berhad, undertook a contract associated with Pearl Oil’s Wellhead Platform in the Manora field.

The scope of work consisted of procurement of equipment and bulk materials, fabrication of the Wellhead Processing Platform, transportation, installation and hook-up of the Wellhead Platform and two 2 km pipelines in the Manora oil field, which lies in 44 m of water approximately 80 km from the coast of Thailand.

Woodside Energy Limited

Browse Basin, Western Australia, Australia

BAM Clough

The BAM Clough Joint Venture was awarded the Marine Installation Services contract as part of the Karratha Gas Plant Life Extension (KLE) Integrated Marine Lift Campaign.
The contract involved project management and installation engineering works associated with replacing existing equipment on two berths, including LNG and LPG marine loading arms, gangways and dolphin fenders, and provision of marine equipment and resources to undertake the site works.
This included a marine lift campaign to support refurbishment of Berth 1 (LPG) and 3 (LNG / Condensate) of the export jetties at the Karratha Gas Plant. Removal and replacement of near life end equipment is required to extend life and enhance the ability to continue as export facility for the Karratha Gas Plant.

This project was completed achieving zero harm to people, community and environment. 

JKC Australia LNG (JGC Corporation, KBR and Chiyoda Corporation JV)

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

BAM Clough Joint Venture was awarded the contract to design and construct the Ichthys LNG Project Product Loading Jetty located at Blaydin Point, Darwin, Northern Territory. Gas from the Ichthys Field will be transported from the offshore CPF through a subsea pipeline more than 885 kilometres to the onshore LNG processing plant located at Blaydin Point.

The Product Loading Jetty Work includes typical piled with crossheads trestle with concrete superstructure, loading platform for LNG and LPG / condensate, the provision of seawater intake including pump casing and slope protection, waste water outfall structures, navigation aids, marine operations, corrosion and cathodic protection systems.

ENI Australia

Offshore basin off the North-Western coast of Australia, Western Australia, Australia

Clough AMEC

Clough AMEC joint venture was awarded a contract for the provision of maintenance support to the 1.3 billion cubic metres per year onshore gas treatment plant and the offshore unmanned wellhead platform for ENI’s Blacktip Project, supplying gas to the Northern Territory.

The scope of work involves the provision of trades labour to support routine and campaign maintenance. Supporting services including specialist consultancy services, multidiscipline engineering, procurement, and management of subcontractors and fabrication also form part of the contract.

The initial contract was for three years, successful completion of the initial contract saw it extended in 2015.

The Blacktip Gas Plant is situated approximately 240 km from Darwin near Wadeye with the unmanned platform located approximately 110 km offshore in the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf. The Blacktip Project, which is 100% owned and operated by ENI, delivers gas to the Northern Territory for power generation.​​

Chevron Australia

Onslow, Western Australia, Australia

Clough AMEC

The Clough AMEC joint venture was awarded the Operability, Reliability and Maintainability (ORM) component of the Chevron-operated Wheatstone Project offshore facilities. The scope of work involves building the maintenance database, writing of operational plans, procedures and manuals, a training and development programme, training materials, operations engineering and support services.

The Wheatstone platform is the largest offshore gas-processing platform ever installed in Australia, with a topside weight of about 37,000 metric tons. Located at Ashburton North, 12 kilometres west of Onslow in Western Australia, the Wheatstone Project is a joint venture between Australian subsidiaries of Chevron (64.14 percent), Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (KUFPEC) (13.4 percent), Woodside Petroleum Limited (13 percent), and Kyushu Electric Power Company (1.46 percent), together with PE Wheatstone Pty Ltd, part owned by JERA (8 percent). The foundation project consists of two LNG trains with a combined capacity of 8.9 million tonnes per annum (MTPA), and a domestic gas plant with capacity for 200 terajoule per day.

Origin Energy

Surat and Bowen Basin, Queensland, Australia

e2o

Clough engaged e2o to provide assistance in the overall direction of the commissioning project, structural design and implementation of the CCMS. Which then expanded to include the provision of commissioning technical support services across all disciplines in the field.

The APLNG Project is a joint venture between Origin, ConocoPhillips and Sinopec. It involves the development of gas fields in the Surat and Bowen Basins in south-west and central Queensland, a 520 km gas transmission pipeline from the gas fields to initially a two train LNG facility on Curtis Island off the coast of Gladstone processing up to 9 million tonnes per annum.

Clough acquired e2o in January 2013 to provide independent commissioning services to major LNG projects. e2o services enable flawless project start up and seamless transition from construction to operations.

Chevron Australia

Carnarvon Basin, South East Mandana, Australia

Clough is providing the offshore hook-up and commissioning component of the Chevron-operated Wheatstone Project over a 40 month period commencing February 2012. The agreed scope of work includes the provision of all project management services, engineering, labour, materials and an accommodation support vessel to assist Chevron with pre-commissioning, commissioning of integrated float over deck systems, offshore hook-up, and start-up assistance.​

Project management is executed from Clough’s head office in Perth, while engineering and technical teams is deployed to the fabrication yard in Korea and subsequently to the offshore platform located 225 kilometres from the Onslow coast. At peak, Clough will employ an Australian workforce of over 400 people.

The Wheatstone Processing Platform will be one of Australia’s largest offshore facilities with a topsides weight of about 37,000 tonnes. The topsides will be transported to the offshore installation site on a barge, and installed onto the substructure using a float over procedure. The platform topsi​des have a total deck area of 20,000 square meters and include primary processing equipment and facilities.

Bechtel

Onslow, Western Australia, Australia

BAM Clough

BAM Clough was awarded the contract by Bechtel to design and construct the Product Loading Facility (PLF) and Tug Berths associated with the Wheatstone Project LNG Plant near Onslow in Western Australia.

The scope consists of a 1.2 kilometre jetty with Marine Operations Platform, product loading platform incorporating a single LNG and Condensate load-out berth with associated breasting and mooring dolphin structures. Design, fabrication of topside piperack modules and platform modules with piping installation, insulation, module testing and ultimate completed piping modules installation and hook-up with final testing also forms part of the scope.

Santos

Surat Basin, Queensland, Afghanistan

e2o

Clough’s commissioning contractor, e2o, was awarded a contract for the provision of Commissioning Management Services on Santos’ GLNG Project for the Upstream gas field development. A second contract for the commissioning of the pipeline was awarded in the fourth quarter of 2012.

The Upstream component of the GLNG project comprises of the coal seam gas field development located in the Surat and Bowen Basins areas. It involves the construction of facilities associated with the recovery of coal seam gas including exploration and production wells, integrated pipelines, nodal compressor stations, gas compression and water treatment facilities.

Rio Tinto

Wickham, Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia

Clough were contracted by Rio Tinto to complete FEED, detailed design & procurement support for the Cape Lambert Power Station near Wickham in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. In parallel Clough conducted a concept analysis evaluating the most economic method for staging power output to match the forecast demand curve.

Scope includes: site establishment, earthworks including powerstation pad and roadworks, access road, abutments, sedimentation pond, evaporation pond and embankments, access road, Site drainage, installation of two GTG Packages steam cycle equipment, including one ACC, one STG Unit and all BOP, design and installation of a sewage treatment plant in accordance with specifications and datasheets

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.

BP Berau

West Papua, Indonesia

Clough was employed on the Tangguh Project for BP Berau Ltd. The scope of work was to provide engineering services to the Company to oversee the execution of the Onshore LNG FEED Tangguh Expansion Project, in particular for Discipline Engineering and Project Management. The scope included review of Onshore LNG FEED Contractor deliverables and ensuring consistent approach and quality deliverables, providing assurance and compliance check against the BP ETPs, and providing specific discipline capability to complement the BP Onshore LNG FEED Team.

The scope of work included:

  • Development of Basis of Design for a third LNG train (T3 – 3.5 Mtpa);
  • Development of Primary Design Philosophies and Specifications;
  • Process and mechanical engineering studies supporting scope development and definition;
  • Advance procurement of C3/MR Compressor.

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.

 

CSBP Limited

Kwinana, Western Australia, Australia

Clough Downer Joint Venture

In December 2011, the Downer Clough Joint Venture (DCJV) was awarded an Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract by CSBP Limited for the Nitric Acid Plant and Ammonium Nitrate Plant Number 3 (NAAN3). The award of the contract, followed the successful completion of the Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) phase of the project.

The NAAN3 Project (Nitric Acid Plant and Ammonium Nitrate Plant Number 3), part of a wider Ammonium Nitrate expansion (AN3) project, was undertaken on the existing CSBP site in Kwinana, Western Australia to enhance the ammonium nitrate production capability of the facility, and the ability of CSBP to service the growing resource industry demand for ammonium nitrate in Western Australia. The EPC scope involved project management, engineering, procurement, prefabrication, construction and pre-commissioning for the NAAN3 plant, located on Western Australia’s Kwinana strip. Engineering work commenced immediately, with the project management and construction team mobilising to site in early 2012.

JKC Australia LNG (JGC Corporation, KBR and Chiyoda Corporation JV)

Browse Basin, Western Australia, Australia

Clough Doris

Clough DORIS Joint Venture (CDJV) was awarded a contract by INPEX Operations Australia Pty. Ltd, for the provision of Offshore Integrated Project Management Support Services (IPMS) for the Ichthys LNG project

Gas from the Ichthys Field, in the Browse Basin approximately 200 kilometres offshore of Western Australia, will undergo preliminary processing offshore to remove water and extract condensate. The gas will then be exported to onshore processing facilities in Darwin via an 885km subsea pipeline. The Ichthys Project is expected to produce 8.4 million tonnes of LNG and 1.6 million tonnes of LPG per annum, along with 100,000 barrels of condensate per day at peak.

The CDJV scope of work includes overseeing detailed engineering design, procurement, fabrication, tow to site, and offshore hook-up of the Central Processing Facility (CPF) and Floating Production, Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) for the project.

Queensland Gas Company

Surat Basin, Queensland, Australia

Clough was engaged by QGC to perform the detailed engineering and design of the Argyle and Bellevue Field Compression Stations as cornerstone facilities in their flagship QCLNG project. Clough was tasked with stewarding the safe delivery of the engineering design into the hands of the construction contractor under very tight time constraints to ensure the seamless progress of the upstream QCLNG project in this critical area.

Under the contract, Clough’s multi-disciplinary engineering team undertook and delivered full facility detailed design for both compression stations.

BHP Billiton

Onslow, Western Australia, Australia

Streicher Clough

In the second quarter of 2011 the STREICHER Clough Joint Venture secured the contract for construction of onshore pipelines and associated umbilical and cable installation for BHP’s Macedon Gas project near Onslow in Western Australia. The project scope included the construction of the onshore pipeline system comprising wet gas pipeline, shore crossing, horizontal directional drilling (HDD), umbilical lines and sales gas pipeline construction.

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.

Jemena Asset Management Pty Ltd

New South Wales, Australia

Clough completed a contract for construction of new Primary Regulating and Transfer Regulating Stations, and upgrade of existing Transfer Regulating Stations to support Jemena’s gas networks throughout the greater Sydney area.

The scope included all associated onsite civil, structural, mechanical, piping, instrumentation and electrical works required to deliver the project. This included preparation at four sites – Albion Park, Yass, Gosford, and Lane Cove in NSW, and involved installing new gas skids infrastructure.

Origin Energy

Victoria, Australia

Origin Energy awarded Clough Thailand a contract for the procurement, fabrication and assembly of a 600 MT gas compression and condensate pumping modules for the Yolla Platform Mid Life Expansion (MLE) Project, located in the Bass Strait, Victoria. The modules consisted of a single gas-turbine driven centrifugal compressor train, electric condensate pumps, associated piping, fuel gas system, mechanical equipment, control systems and E&I.

Scope of work included supply, fabrication, assembly, coating and fire proofing of structural steel and piping, as well as installation of mechanical equipment, testing and installation of E&I equipment inclusive of heat tracing and insulation.

Oil Search PNG

Kumul, Papua New Guinea

Clough AMEC

Oil Search Limited (OSL) extended the life of its offshore oil terminal, the Kumul Marine Terminal, located 40 kilometres offshore in the Gulf of Papua. The life extension was driven by the requirements of the PNG LNG Project which will utilise the Terminal Facility to export condensate liquids from the LNG Process. Clough AMEC was contracted to plan and execute the offshore construction phase of the project, based on deliverables provided by OSL’s Project Management Team and Design Contractors.

Arrow Energy

Bowen Basin, Queensland, Australia

Moranbah

Detailed engineering, procurement, preparatory civil works, piping and compressor installation (including electrical, instrumentation and control equipment), and pre-commissioning and commissioning support for Arrow’s Moranbah Gas Processing Facility (MGPF).

Chiyoda JGC JV

Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea

BAM Clough

Chiyoda JGC Joint Venture (CJJV) awarded the contract to design and construct the LNG and condensate offloading jetty for the PNG LNG project to the BAM Clough Joint Venture. The LNG and condensate jetty was constructed adjacent to the planned LNG facility twenty kilometres northwest of Port Moresby on the coast of the Gulf of Papua.

The scope included the design and construction of a 2.4 kilometre long trestle with substation platform, loading platform and single LNG loadout berth.

Woodside Energy Limited

Northwest Shelf, Western Australia, Australia

Clough AMEC

Supply of maintenance and trades personnel for all of Woodside’s Australian offshore oil and gas assets.

ExxonMobil

Hela Province, Papua New Guinea

CBI Clough JV

The CBI Clough Joint Venture was involved in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) contract for the Hides Gas Conditioning Plant, as part of ExxonMobil’s PNG LNG project. The contract scope included the EPC work for the gas conditioning plant, nearby wellpads and associated piping and infrastructure, located in the Hela Province of Papua New Guinea.

Chevron Australia

Barrow Island, Western Australia, Australia

Kellogg Joint Venture - Gorgon (KJV-G)

Clough, as part of Kellog​​g Joint Venture, is participating in Australia’s largest ever reso​urce project through a contract to Engineer, Procure and Construction Manage (EPCM) the LNG downstream and logistics portion of the Chevron-operated Gorgon LNG Project.

The LNG facility consists of three 5 million tonne per annum (MTPA) LNG trains, gas processing and treatment facilities, product storage and offloading, complete offsites, utilities and accommodations; including a 300TJ/d domestic gas plant. The EPCM effort is a modular construction strategy to minimize impact on the island during the construction phase and is being conducted from two main operating centres locate​d in Perth and London with support from global centres in USA, Singapore, Indonesia and Japan.

Chevron Australia

Barrow Island, Western Australia, Australia

GO Alliance (WAPET, Kvaerner, Schlumberger, Clough)

Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) to define an integrated business solution and refine and detail a development plan for the Gorgon LNG Project.

BHP Billiton

Northern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia, Australia

Definition Phase of the The Macedon Field Development, consisting of Front End Engineering Design (FEED) for BHP Billiton Petroleum’s Macedon domestic gas project. FEED deliverables included technical definition documentation, capital cost estimate and the project execution schedule.

Esso Highlands

Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea

Clough Curtain Joint Venture

The Clough Curtain Joint Venture (CCJV) is completed a contract by Esso Highlands Limited (a subsidiary of ExxonMobil Corporation) for the Upstream Infrastructure Works associated with the PNG LNG project.

The scope of work involved the construction of roads, bridges, wharves, laydown and camp areas and other critical infrastructure. The joint venture completed its scope for the Highlands Highway as well as all southern areas including the construction of two wharves and laydown area at Kopi, site works for the Gas Conditioning Plant and associated access roads and wellpads at Hides. The joint venture was also contracted to remain on site at Hides to undertake works in relation to the gas pipelines and additional wellpads.

LinkWater Projects

Somerset Regional, Queensland, Australia

Clough Diversified AECOM JV

Clough, Diversified and AECOM were selected to design and construct the Toowoomba Pipeline, by LinkWater Projects on behalf of the State Government’s Department of Infrastructure and Planning (DIP).

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.

 

Apache Energy Limited

Varanus Island, Western Australia, Australia

The contract followed Clough’s successful completion of the associated FEED and engineering phases. The scope of work included the installation of an additional solar compressor with associated pipe work and instrumentation on the existing Varanus Island plant in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

Woodside Energy Limited

Karratha, Western Australia, Australia

BAM Clough Joint Venture

BAM Clough Joint Venture was awarded the contract to construct a new LNG Jetty as part of the Pluto LNG Project for Woodside on the Burrup Peninsula near Dampier in Western Australia.

Design and construction of a 300 metre long approach LNG jetty including a 40 x 50 metre platform, four breasting dolphins, six mooring dolphins and navigational aids.

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. 

Water Corporation of WA

Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia

WaterHoizon Alliance

WaterHorizons is an alliance between the Water Corporation, Clough Projects Australia Pty Ltd and Kellogg Brown & Root Pty Ltd and was established to design and construct awarded projects aimed at improving the catchment and storage of rainwater for the benefit of the community.

The proposed Kalgoorlie 400 megalitre (ML) balancing reservoir and associated works were required to address the reliability of the water supply in Kalgoorlie for residential, commercial and major customers over the peak summer demand periods with a view to accommodate future growth of the city.

Woodside Energy Limited

Dampier, Western Australia, Australia

Harbourworks Clough Joint Venture (now BAM Clough Joint Venture)

The Harbourworks Clough Joint Venture (HCJV, now BAM Clough) completed a substantial contract to undertake construction of a 150 metre long jetty extension to Woodside Energy’s existing LNG export marine terminal, at Withnell Bay near Dampier, in Western Australia. The project provided an additional berth loading facility for LNG export tankers with a capacity up to 145,000 cubic metres, as part of Woodside Energy’s LNG Train V Expansion Project.

Newmont Boddington Gold Mine JV

Boddington, Western Australia, Australia

Aker Kvaerner Clough Murray & Roberts Joint Venture

Clough Limited, as part of a joint venture with Murray & Roberts and Aker Solutions, was engaged by the participants in the Boddington Gold Mine to develop the 35 Mtpa Boddington Copper/Gold project which is located 135 kilometers south-east of Perth. The contract included full EPCM management of the project.

Oil Search Limited

South East Mandana, Papua New Guinea

Clough undertook a technically challenging contract for client Oil Search to build a 470 metre-long pipe bridge in the rugged Southern Highlands of south east Mananda, Papua New Guinea. The scope of work entailed the supply, fabrication, assembly and erection of a cable stayed suspension bridge spanning across the 500 metre deep Hegigio Gorge. Work included hydrocarbon transportation pipes, linking pipelines from the south east Mananda oil fields to the existing Agogo and Kutubu processing facilities.

ConnocoPhillips Australia Pty Ltd

Timor Sea, Timor Sea, Australia

Clough AMEC

Since 2004,​​​​ Clough AMEC JV has been contracted by ConocoPhillips to provide operations and maintenance services on the massive Bayu-Undan offshore gas field development.

The Bayu-Undan offshore facilities consist of a floating storage and offloading facility (FSO) and three fixed platforms, a remote wellhead platform (WPI), a compression, utilities and quarters platform (CUQ) and a drilling, production and processing platform (DPP). The latter two are located adjacent to each other and linked by an access bridge, forming the Central Production and Processing Complex (CPP).

The contract includes; ​Implementation engineering, Work package preparation, Planning, Hazard assessment, Offshore field services, Shutdown services, Management of specialist subcontractors

In addition, training and capability development in Timor Leste which will continue to build on the work Clough AMEC have already undertaken in the region.​​

Clough Amec has since received supplier a ConocoPhilips 2016 Supplier Recognition Award for “Doing Business Better”

ConnocoPhillips Australia Pty Ltd

Timor Sea, Timor Sea, Australia

Clough AMEC

Clough, in joint venture with Aker Maritime of Norway (ACJV), was contracted by ConocoPhillips to undertake the complete offshore hookup and commissioning of the Bayu-Undan gas recycle production system.

The offshore facilities consist of a Floating Storage & Offloading Facility (FSO) and three fixed platforms summarised as follows:

  • Remote Wellhead Platform (WP1) consisting of a single deck with 12 well slots, supported by a four-leg jacket. The platform is not normally manned and has minimal process equipment.
  •  A Compression, Utilities & Quarters (CUQ) Platform and Drilling, Production & Process (DPP) Platform that are located adjacent and linked by an access bridge, forming the Central Production and Processing Complex (CPP).

The final hookup and commissioning of the Bayu-Undan gas field was successfully completed, achieving first gas significantly ahead of schedule in Q4 2003.

Main Roads Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Roe 7 Alliance

Design and construct three major bridges and 4.5km of roads as Roe Highway Stage 7: South Street to Kwinana Freeway, connecting Tonkin Highway, Leach Highway and the Kwinana Freeway.​

Queensland Transport

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Clough Seymour Whyte Constructions

In joint venture with Queensland civil contractors, Seymour Whyte Constructions, Clough was awarded contract for a section of the Brisbane Inner Northern Busway. Located in Herston, northwest of Brisbane, this section is the segment of the busway route, providing rapid transit for bus commuters from Brisbane City to the inner northern suburbs. Awarded in Q3 2002, the project incorporated the design, construction and commissioning of a 1.6 km dual lane carriageway and associated works. The busway passes through the environmental sensitive Victoria Park golf course and parklands setting. In addition to associated roadworks, the contract also included major structures consisting of three bridges and two ‘cut and cover’ tunnels with a combined length of some 400 m. The construction of a unique busway protection screen ensures the safety of commuters and busway infrastructure from the adjacent golf course operations.

Rio Tinto

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Kvaerner Clough Joint Venture

The Kvaerner Clough Joint Venture (KCJV), was awarded the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract, for the HIsmelt Kwinana Plant project. The scope of works included procurement of select process equipment from technology package providers, together with other general items of equipment from various manufacturers. Fabrication of process vessels, structural steelwork and pipework was undertaken through construction contracts on a fabrication and erection basis.

The completed HIsmelt Kwinana Plant produces approximately 800,000 tonnes per annum of high quality pig iron using low grade iron ore as feed stock.

Woodside Energy Limited

Karratha, Western Australia, Australia

Kellogg Joint Venture

Clough, as part of a the Kellogg Joint Venture completed the EPCM Phase IV which included: LNG train 4, sulfinol unit, power generation unit, other utilities, brownfields interconnecting racks, tie-ins and trunkline onshore terminal (BOD and FEED initially).

Main Roads Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Clough Henry Walker Eltin

As part of a broad program of improvements to public transport infrastructure in Perth, Clough was awarded the contract to design and construct Stage One of the Kwinana Freeway Bus Transitway, in conjunction with joint venture partner Henry Walker Eltin Contracting Pty Ltd.

The scope included the design and construction of two 6km dedicated bus lanes, a passenger transfer station, a bus-only bridge, three new footbridges, modifications to an existing footbridge and widening of the existing Canning Highway overpass to accommodate a dedicated bus lane and passenger platform.

Main Roads Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Baulderstone Clough Joint Venture

The Baulderstone Clough Joint Venture was commissioned by Main Roads Western Australia to design and construct Phase 1 of the major Graham Farmer Freeway Project. The Phase 1 bypass links into the Mitchell Freeway and extends to East Parade in East Perth

The scope included:

  • Tie-in roadworks;
  • Pedestrian traffic ramps and bridges;
  • Western and eastern tunnel portals and approaches;
  • A 250 m rail tunnel and railway realignment;
  • Relocation of existing services;
  • Signalling, signage and landscaping.

Intergen Australia Pty Ltd

Milmerran, Queensland, Australia

In June 2000, Clough was awarded the contract to supply and install 97 kilometres of ductile iron cement lined (DICL) pipe to transfer treated effluent from Wetalla Water Treatment Plant in Toowoomba to a new 840 Megawatt coal fired power station at Millmerran, in southern Queensland. In addition to the pipeline installation, the project involved the construction of two chlorination plants, a filtration plant, a pump station, a 400 Megalitre storage dam, two 200 kilolitre storage tanks, and a radio telemetry and supervisory control and data aquisition system (SCADA).
The flat terrain of the pipeline route presented the challenge of very tight construction tolerances, which were overcome using a combination of laser surveying equipment and cement stabilised bedding in the form of a flowable slurry.
Pipeline installation commenced in July 2000 on a single work front, with a second work front opening under subcontract in October 2000.

Sydney Water

New South Wales, Australia

Clough Lucas Joint Venture

A design and construct project with a significant interface with the public as well as environmental management controls. The project comprised of water and sewer reticulation to households in Bundeena and Maianbar as well as pumping stations and directional drilling.

Water Corporation of WA

Woodman Point, Western Australia, Australia

Woodman Alliance

The major upgrade of existing facilities included a 125 megalitres per day primary treatment plant and a 2,800 litres per sec pump station, which is located approximately 2.7km from the plant. Clough and Kinhill Brown & Root were chosen by the Water Corporation to form the Woodman Alliance.

Thames Water Ballarat Pty Ltd

Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Design and construction of two water treatment plants at Lal Lal and White Swan reservoirs. Each plant has a capacity of 65 megalitres per day together with associated pumping stations, clear water storages and water mains.

Morobe Mining JV

Telfer, East Pilbara, Western Australia, Australia

Clough Nuigini

Clough’s partnership with Newcrest was reinforced with the award of the contract for the development and mining of orebodies.

The scope of work included:

  • Excavation and support
  • Drill, charge and blast
  • Bogging of ore production and haulage to surface
  • Stope backfill with mullock and hydraulically placed sandfill.

BHP Iron Ore Pty Ltd

50km east of Newman, Western Australia, Australia

Located in the East Pilbara region of Western Australia, approximately 50km east of Newman, Clough’s activities at Jimblebar included mining, processing and trainloading of iron ore scree and bedrock from the Jimblebar satellite orebody. Total material movement had increased from 17 MTPY to 32 MTPY allowing for mining, rehandling, train loading, etc.

Clough’s scope of work included the establishment of all minesite infrastructure as well as the construction and operation of two crushing and screening plants designed to produce four different products in sufficient quantities to achieve trainloading of 120,000 tonnes per week.

Main Roads Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

This 688m long, 28.8m wide bridge was designed to accommodate six lanes of traffic. An unusual feature of the design was the provision of pedestrian walkways and cycle ways cantilevered from the lower flanges of the superstructure. The construction consisted of nine continuous spans of precast double-cell single box post-tensioned concrete segments, supported by sculptured reinforced concrete piers.
A significant achievement of the construction work was the employment of a technique developed by Clough to support each stage of the erection of the superstructure. A 500 tonne steel falsework truss, which was floated into position on barges, was suspended from the end of the previously completed stage of the superstructure to the next pier and cantilevered forward to the end of this stage.
The truss was cable stayed for additional support from a 34m high tower on the previous pier. The tower was guyed with back-stay cables that were tightened with hydraulic jacks as the weight of the precast deck was added to the truss.
Clough’s work on the Mt Henry Bridge won the Company the Institution of Engineers of Australia “Western Australian Engineering Award” for 1981

Main Roads Western Australia

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Clough undertook the construction of a five-span continuous pre stressed concrete bridge crossing the Swan River in Perth.
The bridge is comprised of five spans (48.8m, 70m, 97.6m, 70m, 48.8m). Its eight rows of beams, made up of precast segments 2.97m long and of varying depth, weigh up to 20 tonnes each. The bridge is post-tensioned longitudinally using the Gifford – Udall 19 wire 18mm diameter strand system, developed especially for the project.

At the time of its opening, the Narrows Bridge was the largest precast pre-stressed continuous beam bridge in Australia.