The project, which will cost around $6 billion, will use subsea compression technology to maintain natural gas supply from the Jansz-Io field to three exiting LNG trains and domestic gas plants on Barrow Island.
Under the contract, Worley will provide engineering, design and construction management services for the power transmission and communications components.
The contract follows Worley’s successful completion of the preliminary front end engineering design (pre-FEED) and FEED phases of the project.
Worley CEO Chris Ashton said the contract further consolidates the company’s strategic relationship with Chevron.
“Worley’s delivery team, execution methodology and demonstrated brownfield experience positions us to continue to support Chevron’s vision of being the global energy company most admired for its people, partnerships and performance,” he said.
The services will be executed by Worley’s Perth office with support from the Global Integrated Delivery team.
For more information visit the Worley website.