SMOE, a subsidiary of Sembcorp Marine, has received a contract from Bechtel Overseas for the module assembly of Australia Pacific LNG's liquefied natural gas plant on Curtis Island, Queensland, Australia.
The value of the contract is $100m and may increase to $150m.
The work entails assembling the process and cryogenic pipe-rack module and both firms will form an integrated management team to manage the module assembly programme.
The LNG plant will be completed within three years.
SMOE managing director Ho Nee Sin said that the project will be executed in the Indonesian Batam Yard, which is located within the Kabil Industrial Estate, with a capacity for laydown, warehousing, quarantine, assembly, workshops and yard facilities.