Woodside contract goes to Civmec

Australian largest LNG company Woodside has awarded a contract to compatriot Civmec to support its onshore and offshore facilities.

The term contract is for five years plus two one-year extension options, Civmec said in a statement.

Under the deal, Civmec will supply services supporting Woodside’s existing onshore and offshore production facilities and capital projects in Australia.

Civmec has previously delivered several projects to Woodside. Earlier this year, the firm also secured a deal to carry out work within Woodside’s Pluto LNG plant.

Western Australia-based Civmec revealed the new contract along several other projects with a combined value totaling A$175 million ($126m).

“This contract will provide us with a base load of work and allow us to work with Woodside as a partner to optimise efficiencies and savings in the delivery of our services to them over the longer term,” Civmec’s chief executive Patrick Tallon said.

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