Australia-based onshore services company WDS won two contracts Wednesday for work at the Santos Limited GLNG Project and Arrow Energy projects worth a combined $60.7 million.
WDS was awarded a construction contract for work at the Santos GLNG Fairview Eastern Flank Phase project in Australia.
The company will install facilities for 74 gas wells. The contract also includes work on the connected gas and water gathering systems and high voltage power.
Santos GLNG is a joint venture between Australia-based Santos, Malaysia’s Petronas, French supermajor Total and Korea’s Kogas.
The Santos GLNG Project is a coal seam natural gas to liquefied natural gas conversion facility and is projected to cost about $18.5 billion.
WDS will begin its work later this year.
WDS along with its joint venture partner China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation also won a construction master services agreement with Australian energy company Arrow Energy.
The contract is for work at Arrow’s planned Daandine facility expansion project.
Arrow is owned by Shell and PetroChina with both companies holding 50 percent stakes.
WDS will provide work on mechanical and electrical installation of infrastructure, fabrication and installation of wellhead surface infrastructure, installation of associated gas distribution and water gathering flow lines, high voltage and low voltage power works and civil construction and maintenance works.
Daandine is a gas power station in Queensland, Australia.
The deal has an initial term of two years with an option for a one year extension.