Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Commissioning
Thousands of jobs have been created on Barrow Island and in Henderson, WA on the Mechanical, Electrical, Instrumentation and Commissioning (MEIC) contract awarded to CB&I and Kentz Joint Venture.
CB&I, Kentz and Gorgon Joint Venture teams execute the mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and commissioning support contract representing one of the largest contracts ever signed in WA
Permanent Building Construction
Well-known Australian company John Holland carried out the design and is currently constructing the permanent buildings on Barrow Island under a $180 million dollar contract.
Specialised Equipment Manufacturing
Henderson company United Industries developed a specialised sea-bed stone spreader and more than 1,500 tonnes in various metal works for the Gorgon Project, valued at more than $8 million dollars.
United Industries completed a range of metal works for the Gorgon Project.
Heavy lift contractor, Mammoet, was awarded a $123 million contract on the Gorgon Project for transporting and placement of heavy equipment and modules on Barrow Island.
The company has had a working presence in the Pilbara for several years and with this new contract has leased an additional 4,700 square metre fenced storage area in the Karratha Industrial Estate.
Mammoet's existing office and workshop in Karratha will handle the company's local recruitment, inductions and training and also be used for the storage of spare parts.
Heavy Lifter Sets Up Base in Karratha - Mommoet has increased its presence in the Pilbara with the leasing of an additional storage area in the Karratha Industrial Estate.
Australian company UXC and its wholly-owned business unit Integ Group provided the Gorgon Project construction village with its entertainment solution.
Australian Company helps Gorgon Workers Feel at Home
Perth Supply Base and the Australian Marine Complex (AMC)
The Perth Supply Base within the Henderson precinct was the central dispatch base for Dampier (line haul), with approximately 18 hectares of multi lay down area. Chevron was the first user of this service and supply base at the AMC.
The AMC was the Project’s main supply base for marine activities. Its multi-functional wharf provided important port access for incoming international freight. Chevron contributed to lasting infrastructure at the AMC with the construction of a $35 million dollar service and supply base that includes roll-on roll-off and load-on load-off wharves.
Providing the Transport Link to Barrow Island
Barrow Island Supply Base
Toll Energy is another Australian company supporting the Gorgon Project.
The company has a $200 million contract to provide supply base and logistics services on Barrow Island.
Linking Supply Requirements Across the Island - Barrow Island Supply Base will increase with activity as Gorgon progresses.
Cobham Australia provides fixed wing flights to and from Perth and Karratha to Barrow Island, operating from a dedicated facility at Perth Airport. Bristow Helicopters Australia provides helicopters to Chevron under a six and a half year - $200 million contract.
Moving People with a Focus on Safety and Efficiency - Bristow will support Chevron's Australian operations, including Gorgon.
Sinclair Knight Mertz is providing project induction services from SKM's Safety and Learning Centre at Perth Domestic Airport.
As part of Chevron's commitment to Protecting People and the Environment, the training facilities include provision for Health, Environment and Safety induction programs for Gorgon personnel.
Safety and Learning - a Key to Gorgon's Success - Local company Sinclair Knight Mertz will provide the induction services for Gorgon personnel.
Osmoflo's fabrication facility at Burton in Adelaide built desalination plants to support operations on Barrow Island. The contract required the design and construction of fourreverse osmosis desalination plants and some ancillary equipment for Gorgon.
The Gorgon Project resulted in job creation at Osmoflo's factory in South Australia.
Oil and Gas Services
Chevron Australia has appointed oil and gas services company BJ Services to provide pipeline pre-commissioning work at the Gorgon Project, as part of an $88 million contract to prepare the Gorgon Upstream Facilities for commissioning.
Emergency Response Vehicles
WA family-owned Paull & Warner is based in Bassendean and is one of Australia's oldest vehicle manufacturers.
The company constructed emergency response vehicles for the Gorgon Project. It has also supplied a fire fighting appliance and a range of emergency, rescue and foam trailers along with associated emergency, rescue, fire and medical equipment.
WA Built Vehicles Ready for Action - Paull & Warner General Manager Nick Groen has been busy overseeing the manufacture of emergency response vehicles for the Gorgon Project.