Belgian heavy lift specialist, Sarens, informed it has recently completed lifting and load-out operations for two liquefied natural gas projects.
Through its Sarens Australia unit, the company completed the final sea lifting works for the Ichthys LNG project onshore facilities in Darwin.
Under the supervision and together with JKC, the EPC contractor for the Ichthys LNG project, Sarens performed the barging and lifting of 3 modules with a maximum weight of 408 ton, gangway towers and LNG, LPG and condensate loading arms at Blaydin Point, Northern Territory.
In a joint venture with Sinotrans, Sarens loaded out modules from Penglai Jutal Offshore Engineering Heavy Industries (PJOE) fabrication area in Penglai, China.
The over dimensional consignment modules weighing 1604 tons are destined for the Yamal LNG project in Northern Russia. Operated by Novatek, once completed, the Yamal LNG facility will have the capacity to produce 16.5 mtpa of liquefied natural gas starting in 2017.
LNG World News Staff