“We want to continue to maintain the momentum that has been generated during 2018 towards a targeted final investment decision in 2020,” he said. “We have made good progress since announcing last year that we had increased our stake in Scarborough. The award of these contracts brings us closer to unlocking the Scarborough resource. Each contract includes an option to progress to execute phase activities, which is subject to, among other conditions, a positive final investment decision (FID) being taken on the project by the Scarborough Joint Venture, Woodside added. Woodside’s preferred concept for development of the 7.3 Tcf (2C 100%) Scarborough gas resource (Woodside 75%) is through new offshore facilities connected by an approximately 430 km export pipeline to the Burrup Peninsula with onshore processing at the expanded Pluto LNG facility. Australian energy company Woodside has awarded four contracts for front-end engineering design activities for the proposed Scarborough project located offshore Australia. According to Woodside’s statement on Wednesday, the contracts are for engineering activities related to the upstream development’s floating production unit, the export trunkline, and the subsea umbilical risers and flowlines. The contracts Woodside CEO, Peter Coleman, said the award of these contracts would support the project schedule and Woodside’s targeted FID for the Scarborough Project next year. Each contract was awarded by Woodside in its corporate capacity as a Scarborough titleholder and will be funded initially by Woodside on a 100% basis. Intecsea has been awarded a contract for export trunkline engineering. Saipem has been awarded a contract to provide export trunkline engineering support services with an option to execute line pipe coating and installation activities. McDermott has been awarded a contract to undertake engineering studies for the floating production unit, which includes the option to progress to an engineering, procurement and construction contract for execute phase activities. Subsea Integration Alliance, a consortium between OneSubsea and Subsea 7, has been awarded a contract to undertake engineering studies for the subsea umbilical risers and flowlines, with the option to progress to an engineering, procurement, construction and installation contract for execute phase activities. It is worth reminding that Woodside has already found a buyer for a portion of natural gas to be produced from its Scarborough field, one of the most remote of the Carnarvon Basin gas resources. Namely, Woodside in November 2018 entered into a long-term gas sale and purchase agreement (GSPA) with W. Australia-based Perdaman for the supply of pipeline gas for a term of 20 years.
His predictions have given Donegal a rub of the green!And now former Donegal star Martin McHugh has done it again!This time the RTE pundit and Daily Star columnist has opted for Cork to win Sunday’s crunch All Ireland semi-final. Last time out the Kilcar man, and father of current Donegal star Mark McHugh, sided with Kerry to beat Jim McGuinness’ side in the quarter final.We all know what happened there but McHugh has still decided to go with Donegal’s opponents yet again.Nobody is quite sure if this is a rouse by McHugh to give the Rebels a false sense of superiority!McHugh says “I watched eight teams play in the All Ireland quarter finals on the August bank Holiday weekend and I left Croke Park on the Sunday evening thinking that Cork wouldn’t be stopped.” He adds that Donegal must produce their best-ever performance ever to give themselves a fighting chance.Sunday will tell a tell! GAA STAR MCHUGH GOES FOR CORK (SO THAT’S A DONEGAL VICTORY THEN!) was last modified: August 23rd, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:CorkdonegalMartin McHughThe Star