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Whittens awarded more Ichthys work

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Whittens – an Australian specialist infrastructure, construction and services contractor – has announced that it has secured a new contract from Kawasaki Heavy Industries for work on the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities in Darwin, Australia.

The scope of the contract involves completing the closing of the temporary construction opening (TCO), and insulation of the ceiling and walls across four cryogenic tanks (two LNG tanks, one propane tank and one butane tank).

Whittens claims that works commenced in April 2017, and are scheduled to last for approximately four months.

Director Clayton Whitten said: “The future looks very encouraging for Whittens’ Services arm, with opportunities increasing across a variety of sectors. I look forward to a continued solid performance throughout 2017 – 2018 and appreciate the efforts of all those in the team and the support staff that helps makes Whittens the service provider of choice.”

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