A milestone in Western Australia marks industry-leading 12th LNG train in under four years
Bechtel, a global leader in project management, engineering, procurement, and construction, announced its work on the Chevron-operated Wheatstone LNG project in Western Australia has led to a smooth transition to operational status.
Bechtel now has constructed an industry-leading 12 LNG production trains for five customers, in fewer than four years.
“Bechtel’s LNG team is building on a proven track record of delivering world-class projects that help our customers bring an important energy source to the global economy,” said Darren Mort, Bechtel’s LNG general manager. “The milestones our teams have accomplished in the past three and a half years have been extraordinary. Our milestones are a testament to what the industry can accomplish with innovative approaches to technical challenges, and collaboration between owners, contractors, suppliers and local communities.”
In the United States, Bechtel continues to support Cheniere Energy’s LNG growth on the Gulf Coast, delivering four LNG trains and constructing an additional four trains.
Bechtel is the global leader in the delivery of LNG. To date, Bechtel has delivered 42 LNG trains in 10 countries and more than 30 percent of the world’s LNG capacity.
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