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Worley to FEED on US gas-to-liquids project

Cerilon facility will be the first globally to incorporate commercial-scale CCS.

Australia-listed Worley has won the front-end engineering and design (FEED) contract for Cerilon’s gas-to-liquids (GTL) project in North Dakota, in the US.

Cerilon said the GTL facility will convert natural gas to produce a nominal 24,000 barrels per day of unique, high-performance synthetic products. These products include Group III+ base oils, 1 ultra-low sulphur diesel and naphtha.

Worley noted this would be the first GTL project globally to include carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) on a commercial scale and would provide production facilities for base oils that are otherwise largely imported.

For this project, Worley will adopt a ‘design one, build many’ approach. The contractor characterises this award as sustainable work in accordance with its own definition.

Worley is currently completing the pre-FEED phase for this GTL project. Under the latest agreement, services for the FEED phase will be provided through the company’s offices in Calgary, Canada, with support from offices around the world, including global integrated delivery (GID) teams.

“We look forward to continuing to support Cerilon as they produce lower carbon products and energy, consistent with our purpose of delivering a more sustainable world,” said Chris Ashton, Worley chief executive.

Second award

The contractor also recently scooped the contract for Engie’s Energia Mayakan pipeline expansion in Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.

The project is intended to increase the Energia Mayakan pipeline’s capacity from 250 million cubic feet per day of gas to 567 MMcfd to meet the growing demand for natural gas for power generation and gas in the region.

Worley’s appointment as the project’s owner’s engineer follows the successful execution of the FEED phase. The services provided by Worley under this contract are categorised as transitional work under its definition of sustainability-related work.

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