Waterplex of Australia developed, supplied and installed 3 x 1 mega litre water bladder tanks for water storage for the Chevron-operated Gorgon LNG project on Barrow Island.
Water is a critical resource required for the construction of facilities for the Chevron-operated LNG development on Barrow Island. The Gorgon development needed short term, large capacity and cost-effective water storage tanks for three million litres of water storage for construction on the island.
Each mega bladder tank measures 1024m² when deployed and fills to 1.1m in height. The Gorgon development bladder tanks are the largest bladder tanks ever made, supplied and deployed in Australia.
The water from the bladder tanks is used for dust suppression and construction of the facilities required for the Gorgon Project. The three mega litre water storage project was delivered and deployed in full and on time by Waterplex.
LNG World News Staff, November 11, 2013; Image: Waterplex