Acteon, a marine energy and infrastructure services firm, has won a contract to work on AG&P’s LNG import terminal in the Philippines.
AIS, Acteon’s integrated solutions team, will manage the contract.
The project scope for AIS includes the local transportation and installation of jacket structures to form the project’s LNG berth located in Batangas Bay on the main island of Luzon, Acteon said in a statement.
These structures would vary across the construction site and would include approach trestles, mooring and berthing dolphins, and associated furniture such as walkways, fenders and mooring hooks, according to Acteon.
Moreover, the AIS team would be responsible for the full construction of the jetty and all the marine works, except anything to do with the transportation of LNG, it said.
The team will get support from Acteon strategic business segments and product and service line brands 2H Offshore, Core, Claxton, InterMoor, LDD, TEAM and UTEC.
To remind, a unit of Singapore’s downstream LNG player AG&P has secured approval earlier this year to develop the import and regasification terminal in the Philippines.
Philippines LNG will store and dispatch regasified liquefied natural gas to power plant, industrial and commercial customers but also other customers, according to AG&P which shareholders include Osaka Gas and the Japan Bank for International Cooperation.
Moreover, the terminal will have the initial capacity to deliver up to 3 mtpa of regasified LNG, with additional capacity for liquid distribution.