Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers



Contact Details


  Linus O'Brien
  (08) 9365 7556
 CONTACT EMAIL

  Locations: WA Australia (Onshore)
  Project Status: EPC Development
  Project Owner PERDAMAN CHEMICALS AND FERTILISERS PTY LTD

Project Details


Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers are focused on the development of the world’s largest stream urea plant with a production capacity of 2 MTPA.  The plant is located within the Burrup Strategic Industrial Area, Burrup Peninsula, approximately 10km from Dampier and 20km north-west of Karratha on the north west coastline of Western Australia. The development will utilise local natural gas for fertiliser production, using innovative and low-emissions technologies and will be Australia’s first Urea Export Project generating Export Revenue of US$ 800 Million/year.  The facility will consist of a Syngas Production Block, Fertiliser Production Block and Offsite Facilities and Utilities.

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Ammonia BOG Refrigerant Unit24 Apr 1920 May 1920 May 19
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Diesel Engine Generator24 Apr 1920 May 1920 May 19
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Fans and Blowers24 Apr 1920 May 1920 May 19
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Product Diverter24 Apr 1921 May 1921 May 19
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Bucket Elevator24 Apr 1922 May 1922 May 19
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Security Systems (ACS)24 Apr 1922 May 1922 May 19
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OSP and Structured Cabling24 Apr 1923 May 1923 May 19
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RF (Radio)24 Apr 1923 May 1923 May 19
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CCTV System24 Apr 1924 May 1924 May 19
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Data Networks24 Apr 1924 May 1924 May 19
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Camp Management17 May 1929 May 1929 May 19
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Customs Brokerage17 May 1929 May 1929 May 19
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International Freight17 May 1929 May 1929 May 19
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Sandblasting and Painting16 May 1930 May 1930 May 19
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Desalination Plant16 Feb 1926 Feb 19 
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ASU and N2 Washdown Units16 Feb 1926 Feb 1926 Feb 19
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33 kV Switchroom and Switchgear16 Feb 1927 Feb 1927 Feb 19
33 kV Primary Distribution Switchgear, in transportable switchroom.
6.6 kV 400 V Switchgear and Switchroom16 Feb 1927 Feb 1927 Feb 19
Supply of 6.6 kV, 400 V Switchgear & Switchroom
Emergency Diesel Generators16 Feb 1928 Feb 1928 Feb 19
Containerised 6.6 kV Emergency Diesel Generators, includes synchronisation and load sharing controls.
MV VSDs and LV VSDs16 Feb 1928 Feb 1928 Feb 19
6.6 KV and 400 V Variable Speed Drives
Gas Power Station16 Feb 191 Mar 191 Mar 19
Combined cycle gas power station, inclusive of HRSG and all auxiliary equipment, local electrical switchroom and control room for a complete power station design and supply.
Power Transformers16 Feb 191 Mar 191 Mar 19
Distribution transformers 33/11 kV, 33/6.6 kV, 6.6/400 V
Electrical Power and Control Cables20 Feb 195 Mar 195 Mar 19
Supply of Electrical Power and Control Cables, Instrumentation and Communication Cables with Glands and Termination kits.
Materials Handling Package21 Feb 195 Mar 195 Mar 19
Design, procurement and supply of materials handling equipment capable of transporting urea from the plant to the port facility, approximately 3 km, at approx. 2,200 tph, and loading onto a Panamax bulk carrier.
Ammonia Pumps1 Mar 1914 Mar 1914 Mar 19
Four HP Ammonia Pumps
Four HP Carbamate Pumps
Cooling Towers1 Mar 1914 Mar 1914 Mar 19
The cooling tower package will include modular cell induced draft flow GRP cooling towers for design water flow rate of 51,561m3/h to provide cooling for seawater from 45C to 35C. A maximum of 3100 m3/h of sea water will be available.
Pressure Vessels MP- LP1 Mar 1918 Mar 1918 Mar 19
Protective coating and insulation are included in vendor scope.
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Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers (HP)1 Mar 1919 Mar 1919 Mar 19
Exchangers to be designed in accordance with TEMA Class R.
Protective coating and insulation are included in vendor scope.
See scope for full details.
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers - Special1 Mar 1919 Mar 1919 Mar 19
Exchangers to be designed in accordance with TEMA Class R.
Protective coating and insulation are included in vendor scope.
Shell and Tube Heat Exchangers -MP-LP1 Mar 1919 Mar 1919 Mar 19
Exchangers to be designed in accordance with TEMA Class R.
Protective coating and insulation are included in vendor scope.
Centrifugal Compressor1 Mar 1920 Mar 1920 Mar 19
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Plate Heat Exchangers1 Mar 1920 Mar 1920 Mar 19
Please see scope for details. Protective coating included in vendor scope.
Ammonia Converter1 Mar 1921 Mar 1921 Mar 19
The Ammonia Converter is a specialized equipment based on proprietary information owned by Haldor Topsoe who is the Licensor of the ammonia technology for this Project. Please see the attached scope for further details.
Hydrogen Converter1 Mar 1921 Mar 1921 Mar 19
The Hydrogen Converter is a pressure vessel in the carbon dioxide compression system of the urea plant. The urea technology is from Stamicarbon b.v. for this Project. This equipment comprises of a pressure shell with catalyst holding arrangements inside.
Non Process Buildings - Gate House x 2 and 1 x Laboratory Buildings27 Mar 199 Apr 199 Apr 19
The Urea plant will require non-process infrastructure including the Gate Houses (approx. 10 x3.5m) and a laboratory (approx. 20 x 20m) inclusive of toilet, kitchen and office facilities.

The scope of work will include the following main activities:
*Please refer to the scope of work for further details.
Non Process Buildings re Chemical Storage Warehouse and Maintenance Buildings27 Mar 199 Apr 199 Apr 19
The Urea plant will require non-process infrastructure including:
. the Chemical Storage with appropriate ventilation (approx. 40 x 40m storage building with a 20 x 40m open storage yard) inclusive of toilets, kitchen and office facilities.
. Warehouse (44 x 41.5m Warehouse building with 25 x 41.5m open storage area) inclusive of toilets, lunchroom and storage rooms.
. Maintenance building (51.6 x 52.5m) complete with toilets, lunchroom, offices and storerooms. Work includes the supply and installation of a 10 ton overhead travelling crane.

The scope of work will include the following main activities:
Please refer to the scope of work for further details.
Ammonia and Field Fabricated Storage Tanks28 Mar 1910 Apr 1910 Apr 19
This package will include:
*Please refer to scope of work for further details.
Centrifugal Pumps (API and ANSI)28 Mar 1910 Apr 1910 Apr 19
P5411 package includes centrifugal horizontal, vertical CAN type and submersible pumps in Urea and Ammonia application, potable water, waste water and oily water systems, firefighting pumps, boiler feed water application and cooling water and sea water services. The pumps will be designed and fabricated per API, ANSI and manufacturer's standard. *Please refer to scope of work for further details.
CS Seam and Seamless CS Pipe28 Mar 1910 Apr 1910 Apr 19
Scope of this package comprises of all Carbon Steel Pipe, required for the Process and Utility Services.
All piping shall be fabricated in compliance with the indicated ASTM and API standards for furnishing, permissible fabrication variations and minimum testing requirements.

The scope covers fabrication of;
*Please refer to scope of work for further details.
Urea Storage Buildings28 Mar 1911 Apr 1911 Apr 19
The Urea plant will require the following storage building for urea:
- Urea storage building in process plant
- Urea storage building near Dampier Port

The scope of work will include the following main activities:
Please refer to scope of work for further details.
Control Valves29 Mar 1912 Apr 1912 Apr 19
Supply of all control valves in this plant. The supplier is expected to provide all labour, engineering services, supervision, equipment, material, consumables and other incidentals necessary to design, fabricate, paint, assemble, inspect, and test control valves.
Integrated Control and Safety System29 Mar 1912 Apr 1912 Apr 19
This package defines the Technical Requirements for the supply of a Distributed Control System (DCS) and an Emergency Shutdown System (ESD) incorporated in a single System Architecture to constitute an Integrated Control and Safety System (ICSS). Each system shall retain its own functionality communicating with each other and with third party package equipment via a dual redundant Fault Tolerant Ethernet (FTE) network and transmitting all the process control and safety data to the Servers, Operator Workstations (OWS) and Engineering Workstations (EWS) to be installed in Central Control Room (CCR). Please refer to scope of work for further details.
HP Pipe and Fittings (Safurex)17 Apr 1929 Apr 1929 Apr 19
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Safety and Relief Valve17 Apr 1929 Apr 1929 Apr 19
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Grounding System17 Apr 1930 Apr 1930 Apr 19
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Supply of Switchrooms including switchgear and VFDs - 6.6kV and 400V17 Apr 1930 Apr 1930 Apr 19
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Cable Tray and Fittings JBs Start-stop buttons17 Apr 191 May 191 May 19
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Cathodic Protection System17 Apr 192 May 192 May 19
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Fire Alarm System17 Apr 192 May 192 May 19
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Lighting System17 Apr 191 May 192 May 19
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Gas Detector17 Apr 193 May 193 May 19
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Tube and Fittings Pre-insulated Tubes17 Apr 193 May 193 May 19
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Flow Meters17 Apr 196 May 196 May 19
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Major Instruments - DP Pressure Transmitters Temperature Transmitters17 Apr 196 May 196 May 19
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Flow Nozzles plus orifice plates and flanges17 Apr 197 May 197 May 19
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Gauges and Level Instruments17 Apr 197 May 197 May 19
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Instrumentation - Prefabricated Analysers House and Field Mounted Analyzer System17 Apr 198 May 198 May 19
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Bolts - Nuts and Gaskets18 Apr 199 May 199 May 19
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GRP/FRP Piping18 Apr 199 May 199 May 19
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Pipe Supports - Engineered18 Apr 1910 May 1910 May 19
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Shop Fabricated Tanks18 Apr 1910 May 1910 May 19
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Column Internals18 Apr 1913 May 1913 May 19
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Deaerator18 Apr 1913 May 1913 May 19
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CPI Oil Separator18 Apr 1914 May 1914 May 19
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Crusher18 Apr 1914 May 1914 May 19
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Emergency Plant and Instrument Air30 Apr 1915 May 1915 May 19
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Exotic/SS Pipe and Fittings18 Apr 1915 May 1915 May 19
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Fired Heaters30 Apr 1915 May 1915 May 19
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Manual Valves18 Apr 1915 May 1915 May 19
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Product Cooler System30 Apr 1915 May 1915 May 19
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Fluid Bed Cooler24 Apr 1916 May 1916 May 19
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Supply of Agitators24 Apr 1916 May 1916 May 19
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Supply of Air Heater24 Apr 1917 May 1917 May 19
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Supply of Hair Pin Exchangers24 Apr 1917 May 1917 May 19
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