The Kellogg Joint Venture – Gorgon (consisting of Clough, KBR, JGC and Hatch) needed some additional demineralised water treatment capacity to speed up the LNG plant commissioning and requested MAK Water supply the two hire plants within three weeks of placing an order. Reverse osmosis plants of this capacity would normally take several months to build, but with its hire fleet of both sea and brackish water desalination plants, and extensive range of spare parts, MAK Water was able to make sure KJV’s requirements were met modifying an existing hire plant and building a new one within the allowed time.
MAK Water hire reverse osmosis (both sea and brackish water) and sewage treatment plants are supplied in sea containers for easy deployment and quick set-up on site. They are typically used where there is a short term demand during a ramp up phase of a project or in cases of emergency. The hire fleet consists of a wide range of different sizes of water treatment and are currently deployed throughout Australia, and overseas where they have been used in disaster relief applications.
The team is proud of its accomplishment in delivering these plants so quickly and assisting the Gorgon project in its pre-commissioning phase.