VINCI wins three oil & gas contracts in Australia and Colombia
27 November 2014 - 5:45 pm
Spiecapag (VINCI Construction), a global specialist in onshore pipelines and oil & gas infrastructure, has won one contract in Australia and two in Colombia for the construction of two gas pipelines and one oil pipeline.
Australian company APA, the leading gas operator in Australia, awarded the joint venture formed by Spiecapag (lead company) and Lucas a contract for the construction of the Eastern Goldfield Pipeline, a 300 km gas pipeline in Western Australia, about 1,000 km to the east of Perth. It will cross a near-desert region to fuel an electrical power plant for the Sunrise Dam and Tropicana gold mines operated by AngloGold Ashanti. The work will be carried out between March and November 2015.
The contract is worth A$60 million (around €42 million), and bolsters the presence of Spiecapag in Australia following on from work there in 2013 and 2014 on the QCLNG Trunklines North project for QGC (British Gas) in Queensland. This project involved 54 km of gas pipes, 25 km of water supply pipes and the installation of 80 km of high voltage and optical fibre cables.
In Colombia, Ecopetrol awarded the joint venture formed by Spiecapag (lead company) and Colombian company Ismocol a contract for the construction of the first 37 km section of an oil pipeline to the south-east of Bogota, with an option to construct an additional 40 km section.
Also in Colombia, Pacific Stratus awarded the Golfo de Morrosquillo (CGM) consortium headed by Spiecapag a contract for a project to export natural gas, including the construction of an 80 km onshore gas pipeline and a 4 km offshore gas pipeline, as well as civil engineering for a maritime terminal and construction of its structures.
The two projects are worth a total amount of US$180 million (around €145 million).