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Hydrocarbons Projects 

Reconfiguration & Debottlenecking of Marsden Point

Refining NZ
Using expertise from New Zealand, China and USA, an integrated WorleyParsons team delivered a substantial component of the front end engineering and design for the brownfield process modifications, infrastructure and oil movement elements to support the installation of new and debottlenecked process units significantly increasing processing capacity at the refinery.

Integrated Services Contract (ISC)

Shell Todd has a Goal Zero approach - no harm to people and protect the environment. For over 20 years, WorleyParsons has delivered significant maintenance and upgrade projects for six large and complex Shell Todd on and offshore assets producing about 70% of New Zealand’s natural gas. Delivering the substantial programme of work to time, quality and cost requirements, involves a comprehensive suite of controls and reporting tools and an integrated team of more than 20 sub-contractors. A rolling work programme ensures the efficient planning, delivery and governance of the required improvements through each stage of the assets’ lifecycle.

Mangahewa Expansion Train 2 (MET2)

Todd Energy
As EPC contractor, WorleyParsons moved seamlessly from practical construction, installation and hookup to pre-commissioning of this modularised process plant. WorleyParsons’ innovative approach with the monolithic foundation slab, modular pipe racks, and construction led engineering under a risk/reward contracting model resulted in an excellent outcome in project delivery performance. The contract was completed ahead of schedule and under budget with over 350,000 man hours completed without a lost time incident.

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