EnerMech EPS Group Receive 3D Printed Model for Work on Gorgon LNG

EnerMech EPS has become renowned as a leading specialist in Australia’s LNG industry, providing electrical, instrumentation and mechanical works on all of Australia’s largest projects. Of these projects, the Gorgon LNG project stands as the largest single resource development in Australian history. At peak production, the Chevron-funded project is estimated to output 1.27 Billion cubic metres of natural gas and 20,000 barrels of condensate per day.

EnerMech EPS scope on the project includes works on all 5 Gas Turbine Generators (GTG’s), on all three trains including carry-over works, Commissioning of Cranes, Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Area Inspections, Cold Loop Checking and Hot Loop Checking.

As is the nature of EnerMech EPS services, our works on Gorgon were mission-critical to the plant reaching the operational phase on schedule. With over 120,000 man-hours of works provided, LTI Free, EnerMech EPS succeeded in improving the schedule of completions, a tremendous achievement on such a large-scale project.

Our client on the project, GE Oil & Gas, recently recognised the outstanding outcomes achieved by the considerable EnerMech EPS team working on the project. A to-scale, 3D-printed model of Gorgon LNG Train 1 was presented to EPS Electrical Director, John Cox, in recognition of our pivotal role. At the presentation, John Cox recognised the hard work of all involved in the project over the 2½ year period and said "It has been an absolute privilege to be a part of this historic project. Ensuring our scope was LTI free has been one of the greatest achievements on the project and is a testament to all of our employees."

Check out the incredibly detailed model, which now has pride of place in the Bondi-Junction HQ.