Consulting Services from Mammoet for Commonwealth LNG
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Date 22 October 2018
Mammoet is pleased to announce it has been awarded a consulting services agreement with Commonwealth LNG for the proposed LNG export terminal located in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, USA.
Under the agreement Mammoet will deliver their heavy hauling expertise to support the project in the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) permitting process. Commonwealth LNG anticipates filing it’s Resource Reports with FERC by the end of 2018.
Commonwealth LNG Senior Vice President Robert Powers said, “We are delighted to work with Mammoet given their extensive experience and history in transporting large modules. Their engagement gives us great confidence in our modular construction strategy going forward.” Mammoet’s Commercial Manager of Special Projects, Robert Roest, echoes the sentiment, “Developing the correct strategy for heavy lift and transport has a huge impact on a project’s final cost and schedule performance. Early involvement is key. Commonwealth’s decision clearly embraces that vision and we are very grateful for their selection of Mammoet as a partner.”
Mammoet has broad expertise as an industry leader in safely delivering major LNG projects not only in the USA, but also in Australia and the Middle East.
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