McDermott and BHGE awarded contracts for Ichthys Gas Field Development

McDermott International and Baker Hughes, a GE company announced contracts to provide a joint URF. The plant utilizes Chevron Lummus Global ISODEWAXING and ISOFINISHING technologies. 34% sequential-quarter increase in backlog to $21 billion, including a record level of $8.9 billion. The award includes technology license, basic engineering, proprietary equipment, training and technical services. It’s located off the northwest coast of Western Australia. The revenue opportunity pipeline remains strong at $90 billion. The unit will use INDMAX Technology for FCC, licensed by Lummus Technology for refinery/petrochemicals integration.

Achievement builds on all three companies’ combined experience in the LNG industry. The awards follow the completion of a front-end engineering and design competition. McDermott to provide Pre-FEED services for a five MTPA liquefication facility project. McDermott President and CEO speaks on positive impact Bedfont Lakes relocation will have for company, clients. The tender for the engineering, procurement, construction, installation scope by the companies. Mitigated impact of two cyclones to install India’s longest dual 18 inch plus a 4-inch riser.

McDermott International provided an update on its asset sale process. McDermott’s alliance with BHGE is a combination of two leaders in subsea development. The award includes technology licensing, basic engineering and technical services. The Cameron and Freeport LNG projects continue to progress on schedule. McDermott International announced that it has been awarded a sizeable* technology. This kind of LNG facility will significantly improve energy export capabilities in the US. The award is a continuation of the previous study developed for the LNG Export Facility in Argentina.

Ian Prescott, McDermott’s senior vice president says “McDermott’s majority share of this award is a testament to our expertise in executing large”.

The award includes a joint URF and SPS EPCI solution, comprising a new subsea well gathering system. It’s awarded two technology contracts for a petrochemical complex in Indonesia. McDermott and consortium partner Baker Hughes, a GE company (BHGE), awarded phase two of the Shwe gas field. McDermott International participated in a groundbreaking ceremony. The award includes in-fill URF EPCI scope involving the development of new subsea wells. Lummus Technology has a long-standing relationship with the petrochemical complex owner, Chandra asri.

The Company Is Now Operating Its Low-Cost, emissions-Free Natural Gas Power System. McDermott has been awarded a transportation and installation subcontract by PTSC Offshore Service. McDermott International announced that in connection with its combination with Chicago Bridge. Company announced that it has completed its combination with Chicago Bridge & Iron Company N.V. Water depths in the field range from 787 to 885 feet. Project scope includes subsea umbilicals, risers and flowlines, subsea production systems. The project for Bay-Pol is an excellent example of our end-to-end capabilities.

First fire is a critical milestone for the demonstration plant, as it validates the fundamental operability. It’s installation work scheduled to be carried out from 2019 to 2021. The consideration provided to former shareholders of CB&I who did not validly tender in McDermott’s exchange offer. McDermott and BHGE will lead the project from the joint Project Management. McDermott is a premier, fully integrated provider of technology, engineering and construction solutions. The project will boost petrochemical production to meet demand in Indonesia.

Bay-Pol and its members licensed the technology and selected to undertake the FEED for this project. The achievement also confirms the operation of Toshiba’s combustor at commercial scale. McDermott’s experience in installing large central processing platforms. For more than a century, customers have trusted McDermott to design. Fabrication of the subsea URF equipment will be carried out at McDermott’s fabrication facility in Batam. The combination of McDermott and CB&I brings together a global upstream. It build end-to-end infrastructure and technology solutions.

Utilizing the Subsea Connect execution model, BHGE will deliver the SPS scope. McDermott International announced it has been awarded two sizeable* technology. The award follows the completion of a front-end engineering and design (FEED) competition. The proprietary technologies, integrated expertise and comprehensive solutions deliver certainty. NET Power is a collaboration between Exelon Generation, McDermott, and 8 Rivers Capital. It associated production control systems, distribution equipment and topside controls. Company integrated technology, engineering expertise, construction experience.

“We have brought together core elements of our Subsea Connect”, said Graham Gillies, BHGE regional OFE vice president.

The award follows an earlier award granted to BHGE in 1Q 2019. The steam cracker is expected to produce 1,100 kta of ethylene. McDermott International and Baker Hughes, a GE company announced the award of a contract by POSCO DAEWOO Corp. McDermott’s locally focused and globally-integrated resources include approximately 40,000 employees. This is the exciting culmination of a process that required the hard work. McDermott International announced that it has been awarded a sizeable* transportation. It including four christmas trees and associated SPS equipment for in-fill development.

Offshore installation of the URF and SPS equipment will commence in 2020 and be completed in 2023. The McDermott-led consortium took part in a FEED competition in 2017. The field development will be carried out using state-of-the-art assets. McDermott is a global leader in technology licensing for the energy industry. The scope-of-work is expected to cover transportation and installation services. McDermott is a global leader with a complementary geographic portfolio. The award is a true example of how the industry is changing its approach to subsea projects.

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