Barossa Gas Export Pipeline EPCI (Allseas)


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NT Australia (Offshore)
FEED
SANTOS LTD
> AUD $500 Million

Contact Details


Adrian Parkins
Work Package Manager
+61 8 6181 9500

About Allseas Group S.A. (“Allseas”)

Allseas Group S.A. is a global leader in offshore pipeline installation and subsea construction. The company employs over 2,000 people worldwide and operates a versatile fleet of six specialised pipelay and support vessels, designed and developed in-house.


Founded in 1985, Allseas has gained worldwide experience in all types of offshore and subsea construction projects. Allseas' approach is to support clients already in the conceptual design stage and offer its services for project management, engineering and procurement up to and including installation and commissioning.


About the project

Barossa is an offshore gas and light condensate project being progressed by the Barossa Joint Venture comprising Santos Offshore Pty Ltd (Santos) as Operator and SK E&S Australia Pty Ltd.


As part of the Project, the Joint Venture selected Allseas as the contractor to perform the Engineering Procurement, Construction and Installation of the Gas Export Pipeline.


Scope of Work of the GEP EPCI contract

As part of the Barossa development, Allseas will be responsible for the installation of the offshore rigid gas export pipeline and associated end structures (PLETs), as well as installation of mattresses for span correction, buckle initiation and pipeline crossing. Finally, Allseas will flood, clean, gauge and test the installed pipelines, after which the pipeline will be dewatered and conditioned with nitrogen.


Allseas is committed to working constructively with Australian industry to identify and develop options to ensure a Full, Fair, and Reasonable opportunity is provided for Australian industry to participate whenever feasible.


Allseas shall support the Barossa Australian Industry Participation (AIP) Plan to ensure all Suppliers are given a Full, Fair and Reasonable Opportunity to participate in the development of the Barossa Project. Allseas will comply with all the requirements as stated in the AIP Plan and the Australian Jobs Act 2013 throughout the Project.


Further details on the Project and associated opportunities can be found at: BarossaOffshore.icn.org.au

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Closed: 
14 Feb 2020 (ACST)

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Closed: 
14 Mar 2020 (ACST)
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Closed: 
27 Nov 2020 (ACST)

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27 Dec 2020 (ACST)
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Closed: 
18 May 2021 (ACST)

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Closed: 
25 May 2021 (ACST)
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Closed: 
17 Jan 2022 (ACST)

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Closed: 
14 Feb 2022 (ACST)
  Awarded
Accordian collapse

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31 Dec 2023 (ACST)
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Note: The closing date/s for expressions of interest are subject to change.
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