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HIMA signs Ichthys LNG service contract

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HIMA has signed a long term service contract with INPEX to support the maintenance of the safety instrumented systems at the Ichthys LNG Project in Australia.

HIMA has been engaged in work on the Ichthys LNG Project since 2009 and supplied the safety instrumented system, fire and gas systems, emergency shutdown, high-integrity pressure protection system, among others.

Moving into the operational stage, HIMA is now continuing its relationship with INPEX on the project. HIMA will be responsible for supporting INPEX in maintaining the safety instrumented systems on Ichthys LNG including the supply of parts, and services to ensure that the safety system is permanently operating at its optimum.

Speaking on the contract, Friedhelm Best, Vice President of HIMA Asia Pacific, said: “For HIMA, the signing of the long term service contract for the safety system represents a key milestone and major success for us. We are extremely pleased to be able to take this relationship with the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project into the next operational stage.”

Touching on the collaboration with HIMA, INPEX’s Graham Ison, ‎Operations Principal Instrument and Control Engineer, said: “As we get closer to the plant start up and into the operational phase, we have signed a long term service contract with HIMA to support the maintenance of the safety instrumented systems across Ichthys LNG. This contract is important to us as we look forward to safe, reliable and efficient operations.”

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/11012018/hima-signs-ichthys-lng-service-contract/

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