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EnerMech awarded five year LNG contract in Australia

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EnerMech Australia has announced that it has won a five-year contract to provide specialist nitrogen and flange management services to an LNG facility in Central Queensland.

According to the statement, the work will be carried out on-site, located off the coast of Gladstone, Queensland, with project engineering and management conducted from the company’s Gladstone facility and Brisbane office.

EnerMech claims that it will deploy liquid nitrogen converters, nitrogen membrane generation units and flange management torque/tensioning equipment, as well as the use of its bespoke System Integrity Management software SIMPro, in the provision of the specialist services.

EnerMech’s Australia Manager for Process, Pipelines & Umbilicals, Jamie McIntyre, said: “Our experience in delivering similar integrated specialist services in Australia, our extensive fleet of equipment, the high calibre of our Queensland-based staff, and our drive for innovation and continuous improvement placed us in a good position to secure this contract.”

EnerMech’s Regional Director Australia, Paul McCarthy, added: “We have an extended suite of integrated essential services and we look forward to the opportunity to further enhance our offering in Gladstone and the surround the region.”

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