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Synertec triumphs on Queensland LNG project

Australasian engineering consultancy, Synertec, announces proposal success on the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project for Bechtel Oil, Gas & Chemical.

One of the largest orders to an Australian systems integrator, QCLNG will see Synertec engineer a total of 45 analysers with majority being ABB Process Gas Chromatographs, SpectraSensors TDL (Tunable Diode Laser) CO2 and Moisture Analysers.

Synertec will also supply Bechtel with eight analyser shelters, breezeway construction for natural ventilation designed for installation in a Zone 2 Hazardous Area and five analyser racks.

Synertec will design and construct Bechtel’s Packaged Analyser Systems’ analyser shelters in Australia and all sample conditioning systems will be engineered and fabricated in Australia.

Fully automated on-line analyser systems are integral to the performance of a LNG plant as they provide critical in-process control, quality control and product billing.

The successful QCLNG bid will be led by Synertec’s Automation and Electrical Design Team who have previously worked on Bechtel projects for LNG plants including Conoco Philips Darwin LNG.

QCLNG is a priority project of QGC, a BG Group business, to develop Queensland coal seam gas for Australian and international markets. Key elements of the proposed project include a liquefaction plant on Curtis Island, near Gladstone, QLD, with initial production capacity of 8.5 million tonnes of LNG a year.

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