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Singapore LNG Terminal

LNG regasification terminal in Singapore
Office: Singapore 
Customer: PowerGas  
Location: Jurong Island  
Timeframe: 2008  
To increase the security of Singapore’s domestic gas supply, PowerGas is constructing the nation’s first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) regasification terminal on Jurong Island.

The terminal will process 3 million tonnes of LNG per annum, reducing Singapore’s dependency on existing natural gas pipelines and providing the capacity required to underpin the current suite of large scale process plant developments underway in Singapore. It will provide the primary building block for future expansion of the nation’s process and energy infrastructure.

 WorleyParsons’ role is to provide PowerGas with a basis of design and front‑end engineering design. Key activities within the scope also include the development of the EPC contractor tender documents with their subsequent evaluation and recommendations for contractor selection.

PowerGas’ relationship with WorleyParsons spans over 15 years, during which we have provided a range of specialist engineering services. On this project, our expertise in hydrocarbons, power and infrastructure, coupled with a 20 year heritage in Singapore, and a global process capability will enable us to assist PowerGas to fast track the local regulatory issues and ensure that the finished facilities are amongst the best in their class. 

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