WDS wins contracts worth $65M

TWO large contract wins, totalling $65 million, will broaden energy services provider WDS’ reach across the CSG sector.
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Andrew Snelling

The company will do construction work for Santos’ Gladstone LNG project and Arrow Energy’s Daandine facility expansion project.

The Santos contract relates to the Fairview eastern flank phase of GLNG, requiring WDS to install facilities for 74 gas wells as well as the connected gas and water gathering systems and high-voltage power.

The work will begin on the ground later this year, and continues a 10-year relationship with Santos for the company.

The construction master services contract with Arrow was awarded to WDS in conjunction with joint venture partner China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation for the Daandine expansion.

The expansion involves the upgrading of the Daandine compression station to support Arrow’s contracts to the Australian domestic gas market.

“This new contract further strengthens the relationship between Arrow Energy and WDS and provides us with a further opportunity to expand our service offering to CSG upstream developments,” WDS managing director Terry Chapman said.

The work will include mechanical and electrical installation of infrastructure, fabrication and installation of wellhead surface infrastructure, installation of gas distribution and water gathering flow lines, high and low voltage power works and civil construction and maintenance.

The contract has a two-year term with a one year extension option, with the work scheduled to begin in the Queensland Surat Basin in September.