The expansion will increase the facility’s gas delivery capacity from 16 TJ to 24 TJ per day, with additional gas expected to flow from the project in September this year.
Last month, Wasco Australia was awarded the construction contract for the project which is has been estimated to create approximately 40 local jobs.
Wasco Australia Managing Director Mel Whyte said it was “fantastic” to see local businesses awarded contracts like this.
“We’re excited to be working on the expansion of the Roma North gas processing facility, which comes after we were appointed by Senex to construct the compressor facility and an export pipeline in 2019,” he said.
Jemena Executive General Manager of Gas Markets Antoon Boey said Wasco Australia had a proven track record in completing complex projects at gas processing facilities across the region.
For more information visit the Senex website.