Sinwa bags Prelude supply deal

OE Staff
Friday, May 26, 2017

Sinwa has wond several new supply agreements, worth some US$6 million (AUD $8 million), for vessels involved in the Shell Prelude floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) project.

The Prelude FLNG Project will be in the Browse Basin, some 475km northeast of Broome and over 200km off the coast of Western Australia. The group will be servicing its clients requirements through its 10,000sq m Darwin Facility which is equipped with complete warehousing facilities including freezer, chiller, provision and general storages, as well as lay down and hard stand areas.

The deal marks the most the company has secured for a single project in Western Australia and the Northern Territory, catering for the requirements of over 1000 personnel involved in the Prelude FLNG Project.

Categories: FLNG

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