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Gazprom appoints WorleyParsons as contractor for Vladivostok LNG

12.05.2013  | 

The WorleyParsons portion of the project includes the FEED deliverables for two 5 million tpy LNG trains with supporting utilities and infrastructure including loading terminal topsides.

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VNIPIgazdobycha, a Gazprom subsidiary, has appointed WorleyParsons as their engineering contractor for the development of a major Russian LNG production and export facility, Vladivostok LNG.

The development forms part of the Russian government’s strategy to substantially expand the eastern portion of the country’s unified gas supply system.

The expected revenue to WorleyParsons from the project is RUR 2.19 billion ($66 million), which includes the FEED deliverables for two 5 million tpy LNG trains with supporting utilities and infrastructure including loading terminal topsides.

WorleyParsons’ task is to deliver the FEED documentation and provide on-going technical support during the State Expertiza review phase. FEED deliverables are expected to be completed in the third and fourth quarters of 2014.

“The Vladivostock LNG facility will provide a major boost to Gazprom’s supply to key Asia-Pacific markets and customers. Naturally, we are honored to have been selected for such a critical project,” said Andrew Wood, CEO of WorleyParsons. 

“We look forward to working with VNIPIgazdobycha and Gazprom helping them achieve their important goals.”



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