Congratulations to the SNC-Lavalin team working on the Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project on reaching the significant safety milestone of Five years without a Recordable injury (LTI or MTI) on 28th February 2017.
This is a fantastic achievement and demonstrates our commitment to the health, safety and well-being of all our employees. The milestone was celebrated at a barbeque hosted by Shell, with commemorative travel bags presented to all team members.
In 2012 we were awarded the integrated commissioning services contract which includes the provision of multidiscipline commissioning and start-up services for the upstream facilities on 19 field compression stations, four central gas processing plants and 380 kilometres of pipeline supplying the LNG liquefaction plant on the Queensland Curtis (QCLNG) project in Australia. The contract was for an initial 12 month period, with an option to extend. We have since been awarded a number of contract extensions and will continue to work on the project until December 2017.
Mark Hogan, QGC Project Director, SNC-Lavalin said: “This has been an outstanding project delivered by a dedicated professional team. Safety is a value embedded and respected across the project team and I continue to be amazed at what can be achieved when we hold each other accountable for our behaviour towards safety.”
QGC, a subsidiary of Shell, is developing coal seam gas in the Surat Basin of southern Queensland for domestic and export markets through its Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) Project. The project’s first phase comprises two processing trains with a design life of at least 20 years, which will produce a combined 8.5 million tonnes of LNG a year.