BAM Clough finishes Ichthys LNG jetty

BAM Clough completes Ichthys LNG jetty

BAM Clough joint venture said it has completed the design and construction of the Product Loading Jetty for the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG project.

The jetty forms part of the onshore LNG facilities being developed in Darwin, Australia, the company said in a statement.

The project comprised two separate vessel load-out berths, one for LNG and a second for LPG/Condensate. A Y-shaped approach jetty consisting of a 680-metres leg connecting to the LNG berth and a second 630-metres leg, connecting to the LPG/Condensate berth, provides access from the onshore facility.

Last year BAM Clough completed the Module Offloading Facility for the Ichthys LNG project.

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