EnerMech Australia has been awarded a five-year contract to provide specialist nitrogen and flange management services to a LNG facility in Central Queensland.
The work will be conducted on-site, located off the coast of Gladstone, Queensland, with project engineering and management conducted from EnerMech’s Gladstone facility and Brisbane office
EnerMech possess an extensive equipment fleet in-country and will deploy liquid nitrogen converters, nitrogen membrane generation units, flange management torque/tensioning equipment and the use of EnerMech’s bespoke System Integrity Management software SIMPro in the provision of the specialist services.
EnerMech’s Australia manager for Process, Pipelines & Umbilicals, Jamie McIntyre, said: “Our experience in delivering similar integrated specialist services in Australia, our extensive fleet of equipment, the high calibre of our Queensland-based staff, and our drive for innovation and continuous improvement placed us in a good position to secure this contract.
EnerMech’s regional director Australia, Paul McCarthy added: “We have an extended suite of integrated essential services and we look forward to the opportunity to further enhance our offering in Gladstone and the surround the region.”