MAY – Timor Sea Offshore LNG Plant – Northern Territory - Project Profile
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Melbana Energy Ltd (MAY) is planning to construct the Timor Sea LNG Project in Northern Territory, Australia.
The project involves the construction of an offshore LNG plant with 3 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) capacity. It includes the construction of storage tanks of capacity 170,000m3, control rooms, loading and unloading facilities, the installation of cryogenic process facilities, air fin coolers, fire protection and safety systems.
The LNG production module is to be air products, dual mixed refrigerant design, using twin cryogenic heat exchangers. The plant will be powered by four LM6000 gas turbines.
The platform will be approximately 50x100x8m with six steel legs by which the platform elevates itself using jacks.
The LNG tank will be constructed on a concrete GBS (Gravity Base Structure). The tank will be approximately 85m in diameter and the top of the tank dome will stand approximately 70m above the sea floor. The present design capacity is 170,000m3, with a potential to be increased to 225,000m3 at detailed design stage with a small increase in diameter.
Torp Technology was appointed to supply HiLoad technology for LNG carriers.
The Environmental Approval for the project was granted in 2004 and the approval was reviewed and renewed in 2012.
In August 2014, MAY has made a decision to offer an equity stake in the LNG project.
Pre-FFED design and engineering studies has been completed by WorleyParsons and Arup.
UBS AG has been appointed as financial adviser to assist with conducting a formal process in relation to the value realization initiative.
In August 2016, the project received environmental approvals.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 3MTPA LNG plant in the Tassie Shoal, Timor Sea, Northern Territory, Australia.
The US$6,280 million project includes the following
1. Construction of a liquefaction plant
2. Construction of 170,000m3 conventional secondary containment tank
3. Construction of control rooms
4. Construction of storage tanks
5. Construction of loading and unloading facilities
6. Installation of cryogenic process facilities
7. Installation of air fin coolers
8. Installation of vapor handling system
9. Installation of pressure vessels
10. Installation of fire protection and safety systems
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