Yokogawa wins $20 million gas contract

Yokogawa Australia has won a contract on Chevron’s Wheatstone gas project that will see around $20 million of manufacturing work completed at its Australian facilities.

The contract will see Yokogawa supply integrated control and safety systems for the gas project, and follows the company’s earlier wins for work on the same project.

Yokogawa was previously awarded the supply of control systems for subsea controllers, and work on topside infrastructure offshore.

Yokogawa Australia managing director John Hewitt said the company was developing into a “centre of excellence for LNG projects”.

“Each project comes with its individual challenges and Yokogawa has responded by tailoring solutions including involvement in the front-end engineering and design of these key installations and supply of engineering design, fully integrated control systems and precision instrumentation,” he said.

The new work was awarded by Bechtel, which is contracted by Chevron to provide engineering, procurement, and construction services on the downstream portion of the Wheatstone project.

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