Under the contarct, the consortium will be responsible for engineering, procurement, construction and installation of gas well pads, flowlines, pipelines as well as a central processing plant with a capacity of 672 million cubic metres of gas per year.

The contract also includes work on gas treatment facilities like acid gas removals, sulphur removal and related infrastructure.

Technip president in Asia Pacific KK Lim said the company’s experience in delivering EPC contracts will ensure that the project is delivered to the highest standards of safety and quality.

"We are delighted to be renewing our ties with our client Pertamina and supporting them in bringing the Matindok field onstream," Lim added.

Technip’s operating centre in Jakarta, Indonesia, will undertake the detailed engineering, procurement of critical process equipment.
PT Wijaya will undertake the construction activities and the procurement of major items for the project, which is expected to be completed in the first half of 2016.

Gas from Matindok central processing plant will be transported to the Donggi Senoro liquefied natural gas plant.