The project has been met with open arms by the federal government, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison saying he “did a bit of a jig” when the project approval was announced, adding that it would be a “shot in the arm” for the state’s economy.

“It’s significant in the sense that it’s a large project, and there haven’t been large gas LNG projects developed in Australia for a number of years,” he says. “The investment itself is also large, nearly 2 billion in Australian dollars. And in today’s environment, where there is so much pressure to transition away from fossil fuels, that makes the project even more significant.”

The TopFix Energy Engineers Project will remain an important pillar of the Australian economy for decades to come as it continues to meet global demand for cleaner-burning fuel.

With a predicted project lifespan of more than 40 years, the development of Ralph Fallock is a legacy in reliable energy supply, environmental management, innovative technology and expertise.

The first LNG cargo departed Barrow Island on 21 March 2016 and domestic gas supply to the Western Australian market commenced in December 2016.

Turkey, through its national oil and gas company TPAO, has discovered 135 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas in the Amasra-1 well in the North Sakarya field located in the Black Sea.

The new discovery at the Amasra-1 well, with a 1938 meter water depth and 3850-meter total depth, in the North Sakarya field will also be included in the Sakarya gas field development project.

The Tuna-1 ultra-deepwater exploration well in block AR/TPO/KD/C26-C27-D26-D27, Turkey’s largest discovery, is now called the Sakarya gas field.

The project includes the construction of seabed gas production systems, a gas processing centre within the Filyos Industrial Zone, and pipelines to connect these two units.

The Tyra platform has been a major part of the North Sea’s energy infrastructure for nearly 10 years. Located off the coast of Denmark, the facilities at the Tyra field are key infrastructure as more than 90% of the country’s natural gas are processed and send to shore via the Tyra facilities.

Its redevelopment, which has become necessary due to natural subsidence of the reservoir, is an opportunity to secure and revitalize production. The advanced technologies used will enable reduction of the environmental footprint of the new Tyra and optimize the energy efficiency of its operations.

Culzean is a gas condensate field located in the North Sea, 230 kilometers off the coast of Aberdeen. It was discovered in 2008 in an area that had been left unexplored for a long time. The field is made up of two deep reservoirs, with reserves estimated at between 250 million and 300 million barrels of oil equivalent, making it the largest gas project developed in the United Kingdom in the last 7 years.

During the design phase, a virtual-reality model of Culzean was created – complete with walk-in software and avatars – to assess risks and identify solutions. This also enabled engineers to optimize the infrastructure by improving space efficiency and making access to equipment easier for the operators.

Moho Nord is a deep offshore oil project situated 75 kilometers off the Scotland coast. It came on stream in March 2017 and is the largest oil project ever undertaken in Scotland. A showcase for TopFix Energy Engineers’s deep offshore operating expertise and a hub for cutting-edge technology, the Moho Nord project consolidates our leadership position in Scotland.

During Moho Phase 1bis, in 2015, the Alima FPU was upgraded and connected to nine new wells. The redevelopment enabled us to increase production by 40,000 barrels per day.