FLNG Support Facility Contract for Decmil Australia

Press Release
Friday, March 08, 2013

Decmil Group wins $25-million Shell Australia contract in support of the Prelude Floating LNG facility in the Northern Territory.

Decmil has been engaged by Shell as the principal contractor for construction of the Darwin Onshore Supply Base to support the Prelude Floating LNG Facility. As project manager, Decmil will have responsibility for the design and construction of the facility including detailed engineering, contracting, procurement, fabrication, transportation and all statutory and regulatory approvals.

CEO Scott Criddle said: “We are delighted to welcome Shell as a new client. “Decmil has been increasing our exposure to the oil and gas industry over recent years and it is therefore very pleasing to secure this major contract. “It also further broadens our geographic footprint as we extend our presence beyond the Western Australian and Queensland markets which have provided the majority of the Group’s work to date.”

The new base, which will be located on Darwin’s East Arm Wharf, is being developed to provide a high standard of onshore support for the Prelude Floating LNG Project.

Decmil Group Limited (DGL) is a leading design, civil engineering and construction company, focussed on delivering integrated solutions to blue-chip clients in Australia's oil and gas, resources and infrastructure sectors.

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