Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Limited provides consulting, engineering, project management, operations, construction, project delivery, and specialized power equipment services to customers in private and public sectors. Its services include decommissioning, environmental, new build, operations and maintenance, supply chain management, sustainability, training and development, and specialist services. The company also offers a range of steam generation equipment and after market support services. It serves mining, nuclear, renewables/bioprocess, conventional power, transmission and distribution, water, government, industrial/pharmaceutical, and transportation and infrastructure industries; the ...
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Rosneft and Exxon Mobil Selects CB&I UK and Foster Wheeler Energy as Contractors for Initial Phase Front End Engineering and Design for Russian Far East Liquefied Natural Gas Project
Sep 27 13
Rosneft and Exxon Mobil signed an agreement on project work for the construction of a liquefied gas plant in the Far East of Russia. Rosneft announced that it and ExxonMobil had selected CB&I UK and Foster Wheeler Energy as contractors for initial phase front end engineering and design (FEED) for a proposed Russian Far East liquefied natural gas project. Rosneft and ExxonMobil intend to finalize project design by the end of 2014, including front-end engineering and design documentation for the LNG plant, associated facilities and gas pipeline, as well as engineering studies and environmental impact assessment. CB&I UK and Foster Wheeler Energy will be awarded separate contracts for the initial phase front end engineering and design. The scope of work covers a conceptual project including finalizing details for an LNG plant site, gas liquefaction technology and construction method. Following submission by the companies of their respective concepts and design, Rosneft and ExxonMobil will evaluate the companies' work product and award a contract for the second phase of FEED. The plant design capacity of the project is expected to be 5 million tonnes per year and may be expanded in the future. The liquefaction plant will receive natural gas feedstock from Rosneft's reserves in the Far East and other Sakhalin gas resources. Rosneft plans to commission the LNG plant in 2018, no later. The plant will use gas from Rosneft's resources only. Gas produced by the Sakhalin-1 project may be used for the plant's second train.