Japanese engineering firm Chiyoda has secured a contract for Indonesia’s Donggi-Senoro LNG export project.
Chiyoda said in a statement on Monday the technical service agreement covers engineering, technology, and process safety support for the LNG plant owned by DSLNG.
The contract is scheduled to be carried out for three years.
According to the Japanese firm, its O&M-X solutions division, established on January 1, 2023, will take the lead in providing optimal solutions for the safe and stable operation of DSLNG by utilizing Chiyoda’s consulting and engineering capabilities as a part of plantOSTM services.
Chiyoda did not provide further details regarding the contract.
The DSLNG plant is located in the province of Central Sulawesi, about 45 km south-east of Luwuk, and consists of a single liquefaction train with a capacity of about 2 mtpa and one 170,000-cbm tank.
It started producing LNG back in 2015 and the customers are Japan’s Jera, Kyushu Electric, and South Korea’s Kogas.
DSLNG is a joint venture consisting of Pertamina Hulu Energi (29 percent), Medco LNG Indonesia (11.1 percent) and Sulawesi LNG Development, a JV of Mitsubishi and Kogas (59.9 percent).