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About the Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant
Note from Cribhut: The Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant is not to be confused with the currently under construction Darwin Ichthys LNG Project. See our article on the Ichthys LNG Project here
“Construction of the Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant in the Northern Territory began in June 2003, with the plant being officially commissioned in January 2006.
Gas is sent via a 502 kilometre pipeline from the Bayu-Undan field to the plant at Wickham Point, where it is converted into Liquefied Natural Gas for sale to Tokyo Electric and Tokyo Gas in Japan. Since 2006, an average of one cargo per week has been safely shipped to customers.
The facility employs state-of-the-art engineering and environmental technology and, wherever possible, local and regional resources. The plant uses ConocoPhillips’ Optimised Cascade Process® an LNG liquefaction technology that employs a two-trains-in-one-design for increased reliability and flexibility. The process was first used in 1969 in ConocoPhillips’ Alaskan Kenai LNG plant.
ConocoPhillips is the majority interest holder and operator of the Bayu-Undan facility, the pipeline and the Darwin LNG plant. Other coventurers are Santos, INPEX, Eni, Tokyo Electric and Tokyo Gas.
As the operator, ConocoPhillips is responsible for the safe and efficient management of these complex facilities. We recognise our role as critical to the success of the business, and to the safety, health and wellbeing of our people, the environment and wider community.
The Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas plant is a major project with a strong future and diverse employment opportunities.”
Companies Involved with Jobs at the Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant
We will continue to add further contracts as they are announced.
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Occupations Potentially Required for Jobs at the Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant
- Instrumentation & Electrical Trades
- Mechanical Trades
- Gas Fitters Trades
- Plant Operators
- Cleaning Staff
- Crane Operators / Riggers / Doggers
- Labourer / Trades Assistants
- Health & Safety
Qualifications to Help you get a Job at the Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant
- Relevant Trade Qualifications and / or NT Licences
- Occupational Health and Safety – Construction Induction (White Card)
- Australian Drivers Licences
- Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (BOSEIT)
- Tropical Basic Offshore Safety Induction and Emergency Training (TBOSEIT)
- Further Offshore Emergency Training (FOET)
- Tropical Further Offshore Emergency Training (TFOET)
- Travel Safely by Boat Training
- Maritime Security Identification Card (MSIC)
- IRATA Ropes Access Level 1 or higher
- Cert IV or III Instrumentation and Cert IV EEHA (For Electricians)
- High Risk Work Licence for any required plant, eg. EWP, Forklifts, Mobile Crane, Loaders.
- Safely Working at Heights – for EWP workers
- Safe Working in Confined Space Course
- Dogging/Rigging/Scaffolding tickets
- CPR and First Aid Certificate
- Ability to pass Medical including Drug and Alcohol screening
Interstate Licence Recognition
A helpful tool to finding out whether your trade qualification needs mutual recognition when working interstate. Check out the Cribhut Daily post – Thinking about Working Interstate – Licence Recognition
Darwin Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant Union Enterprise Bargaining Agreements
An Enterprise Bargaining Agreement (EBA) is a collective industrial agreement between either an employer and a trade union acting on behalf of employees or an employer and employees acting for themselves.
No other EBA’s can be located at this time. We will continue to update as we find them.
Disclaimer: Cribhut Group is not an employer or recruiter for the above mentioned site, this article is provided for information purposes only. Cribhut provides this information with the best intentions, but purely as a guide. Like most things in life, there are no guarantees. Your lively hood is your own responsibility and even if following the above recommendations, it is still up to you to do your own research, to be patient, persistent and put in the hard work.
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