BP, mewakili Kontraktor Kontrak Kerja Sama Tangguh, hari ini menandatangani dua kontrak besar Proyek Ekspansi Tangguh, yaitu kontrak Onshore LNG Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) dan kontrak Offshore GPF Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Installation (EPCI). Penandatanganan dilakukan di kantor BP, Jakarta dan disaksikan oleh Kepala SKK Migas, Amien Sunaryadi.
Kontrak Onshore EPC dianugerahkan kepada konsorsium yang dipimpin pleh kontraktor EPC, PT Tripatra bersama dengan Chiyoda, Saipem dan Suluh Ardhi Engineering. Sedangkan kontrak Offshore EPCI dianugerahkan kepada PT Saipem Indonesia. Konstruksi dari Tangguh Train 3 akan dimulai akhir tahun ini dan produksi LNG pertama di tahun 2020.
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