Thistle Fabrication will be undertaking the wielding, x-raying, pressure testing and burying of the three km export pipeline.
The pipeline will run from the Red Gully processing facility to a tie-in point on the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline.
The EP 389 joint venture (JV) involves developing the Red Gully gas and condensate processing facility from the two discovery wells, Gingin West-1 and Red Gully-1, pursuant to the pipeline licence within the EP 389 permit.
The JV for the EP 389 permit, which is located in the Perth Basin of WA, consists of Empire Oil and Gas (68.75 per cent interest), ERM Power (21.25 per cent interest), and Wharf Resources (10 per cent interest).
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