It’s been over a year since leading integrated services provider to the energy and mining sectors WDS Limited announced that it had signed an agreement with Arrow Energy for Arrow’s Domestic Gas requirements.
Last week, the company announced that it has been awarded a new package of works on Arrow Energy’s Daandine Expansion Project (DDEXP) in Queensland under its 50:50 Joint Venture with China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation (CPECC).
Under the terms of the agreement, the new stage of works will include fabrication of Piping for the Balance of Plant (BOP) of the DDEXP Central Gas Processing Facility and installation of associated gas distribution and water gathering flow lines.
“This next stage of works is an excellent opportunity to continue our already strong relationship with CPECC and Arrow Energy,” said Laurie Voyer, WDS’ CEO and Managing Director.
The original Construction Master Services Agreement, signed in July 2014, was valued at $40–80 million over a period of 2 years.
The facility at Daandine, located 40km west of Dalby, is a compression station that is being upgraded to support Arrow’s commitment to the Australian domestic gas market.
The extension deal is valued at $10 million.
Integrated CSG company Arrow Energy is owned by Shell and PetroChina which formed a 50/50 joint venture partnership to wholly acquire the company in August 2010.
Arrow produces CSG from fields in the Surat Basin in southern Queensland and the Bowen Basin in central Queensland.