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Origin Energy (known as Origin)
About the Australia Pacific LNG Project
The Australia Pacific LNG Project is a coal seam gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) joint venture partnership between Origin (37.5%), ConocoPhillips (37.5%) and Sinopec (25%). The Project includes the extraction of coal seam gas in the Bowen and Surat Basins, a 522km gas transmission ... [more]
About the Australia Pacific LNG Project
The Australia Pacific LNG Project is a coal seam gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) joint venture partnership between Origin (37.5%), ConocoPhillips (37.5%) and Sinopec (25%). The Project includes the extraction of coal seam gas in the Bowen and Surat Basins, a 522km gas transmission pipeline and an LNG Facility on Curtis Island near Gladstone.
Origin is responsible for the Upstream component of the Project which comprises of drilling; gathering; gas and water facilities; electrification and water treatment.
ConocoPhillips is responsible for the Downstream component of the Project which involves the construction and operation of the LNG facility.
Sinopec has agreed to purchase 4.3 million tonnes per annum of LNG for 20 years from the Project.
Major Contracts Awarded
Savanna - Drilling and Work-over Rigs
Siemens - Compressors
Hutchinson Builders - Construction of temporary accommodation at Condabri and Reedy Creek
Leighton Contractors - Construction of two Water Treatment Facilities at Condabri and Reedy Creek
MCJV - Construction of main Gas Export Pipeline
NACAP - Construction of smaller Gauge Pipe connecting Gas Plants to main Gas Export Pipeline
Lang O'Rourke - Construction of seven new Gas Processing Facilities
Leighton Contractors - Installation of Gas Facilities on Condabri and upgrade of Talinga Gas Facilities
WDS - Gas Gathering works associated with wells at Reedy Creak and Combabula
DHL - Management of Transportation Logistics involved in Upstream Gas Gathering
East Coast Pipeline - Installation of polyethylene pipe for wells at Spring Gully
Bechtel has been appointed the Downstream contractor for the construction f the LNG plant on Curtis Island near Gladstone.
The most effective way to register for opportunities to supply goods and services to the Australia Pacific LNG Project is to enter your details and capabilities now via this Project portal on the ICN Gateway. It's simple - just complete the Supplier Registration Form by clicking on the Register button at the top left side of the home page.
This portal is managed in association with the Industry Capability Network (ICN) who assist Australia Pacific LNG and its Contractors by helping identify companies that can supply goods and services to the required standards.
The registration process is a self-managed one where interested suppliers and vendors must keep their details up to date and monitor the portal for upcoming opportunities. Completing the Supplier Registration Form means suppliers need to provide information about their qualifications and capabilities to perform or supply goods or services. This includes a description of similar assignments and experiences in comparable conditions, detailing the appropriate skills for the nominated Work Scope Expression of Interest.
Suppliers and vendors are reminded that registering your Expression of Interest does not guarantee that you will receive a Request for Information.
The Australia Pacific LNG Project needs suppliers ranging in size and capabilities. For this reason, a tool to help suppliers assess their company capabilities against one of several supplier tiers has been developed - this tool is called the Tiered Assessment Tool.
The Tiered Assessment Tool requires you to answer questions about your company and the goods or services you are able to provide. Once the questions are answered, you will be provided with a report to indicate which tier your company fits into as a supplier to a major project.
Before you answer the questions in the Tiered Assessment Tool, you will need to register your company profile on ICN Gateway. If your company already has a profile, Login to ensure the company details are up to date.
Once you've registered your company profile, access the Tier Assessment Tool by clicking on the link under the Register button called Assess your tier level.