The module fabrication contract was awarded by Technip France S.A., a wholly-owned subsidiary of TechnipFMC.
The project consists of three 6.6 million tpy LNG trains. According to the statement, WOM’s work scope is engineering, procurement, fabrication and commissioning of modules in train one with a total weight of 48 000 metric t. With continuous support from Novatek (the client of the project) and TechnipFMC, as well as by using detailed planning, WOM claims that it achieved the first cutting milestone ahead of schedule, which may ultimately lead to time and cost savings in the project execution.
An Wenxin, Chief Operating Officer of WOM, said: “Wison Offshore & Marine is committed to delivering innovative monetisation solutions across LNG value chain and high-quality onshore and offshore module construction services for the global energy industry, and providing customers with integrated EPCIC and operation services that meet the highest international quality and safety standards.”
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquefaction/27122019/wison-offshore-marine-begins-construction-of-arctic-lng-2-project/
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