NMWG Supplies Construction Services for Atlantic LNG

Monday, March 31, 2014

Wood Group joint venture to provide construction management services to largest LNG producer in the Americas

Neal & Massy Wood Group (NMWG) has been awarded a master services agreement (MSA) to deliver construction services to Atlantic LNG Company of Trinidad and Tobago, the largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) producer in the Western Hemisphere.

A joint venture between the Energy division of Neal & Massy Holdings Limited and Wood Group PSN, NMWG will be responsible for project construction activities for Atlantic's four-train liquefaction facility in Point Fortin on the southwest coast of Trinidad.

"We are excited about this new relationship with Atlantic LNG. This multimillion dollar, two-year contract significantly expands our business in Trinidad," said Vaughn Martin, managing director for NMWG. "We will be engaging Trinidad's multifaceted construction supply chain, underpinned by our unique processes and project management expertise, to deliver best-in-class construction services."

Established in 2003, NMWG provides brownfield and greenfield production services to the oil and gas, petrochemical and power industries in Trinidad and Tobago. Employing more than 600 people, the company has offices in Port of Spain, Chaguanas, Galeota, Piarco and Point Lisas.


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