Australian Pacific LNG Modules (Batam, Indonesia)


Australian Pacific LNG is a two train LNG liquefaction plant built on Curtis Island, Queensland, Australia. The owners of this facility are Origin, Conoco Phillips and Sinopec.

This LNG project converts gas to liquefied natural gas. The two trains produce a total capacity of 9 MTA.

The EPC contractor was Bechtel and the project strategy was to modularize as much of the plant as possible off site and send it, via barge, to Curtis Island for tie in with other modules and field erected pipe and equipment.

Bechtel choose SMOE, a subsidiary of Semcorp Marine Limited, to fabricate the modules. SMOE chose to build these modules in their Batam, Indonesia fabrication yard, which is just off the coast of Singapore.

SMOE and Bechtel chose Insulations, Inc. to provide and install the LNG insulation based on our long history of executing LNG projects successfully all over the world.

The value of this work was $19,000,000 US.

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