Kiewit partners with domestic and international oil and gas firms to develop the world's energy sources, offering its clients a fully integrated delivery model for engineer-procure-construct (EPC) and startup services for their energy needs. Kiewit’s experience and capabilities in today’s complex energy market allows it to focus on four main market sectors: offshore, oil sands, midstream and downstream. Over the past 10 years, Kiewit completed more than 1,200 projects for the OGC industry, totaling nearly $22 billion in contract revenue.
Kiewit fabricated the topsides and mooring piles for this semi-submersible platform.
Construction started in March of 2011 and the construction phase of the project ended in April of 2013. The modules, flare boom, and pipe bridges totaled more than 17,500 tons.
Kiewit and joint venture partner IHI were awarded an EPC contract for the Cove Point LNG Export Project, which involves construction of liquefaction facilities for exporting LNG at the existing Cove Point LNG Terminal on the Chesapeake Bay in Lusby, MD. Together, the new and existing facilities will provide bi-directional import and export capabilities at Cove Point.
The team of Kiewit Australia and Ertech was awarded the general services contract for the Wheatstone LNG project located in Ashburton, Western Australia. Kiewit’s scope includes installation and maintenance of underground and aboveground utilities, construction and maintenance of roads and laydown areas, site support, and procurement of materials.
Ganotec West, an affiliate of Kiewit, installed the air separation unit (ASU) at the Long Lake Oil Sands Upgrader. Disciplines included civil, structural, piping (fabricate and install), mechanical (including equipment, module setting and vessel internals), electrical & instrumentation, and insulation.
Commissioned in 2008 and constructed by a Kiewit-led partnership, this liquefied natural gas terminal was the first constructed in Canada. The jetty spans 300 metres offshore and is equipped to receive liquefied natural gas from the largest tankers in the world.
Kiewit Energy Canada fabricated and set 43 modules, built the central processing facility, constructed well pads, and laid pipelines for Phase 1 this 3,000 bpd facility. Phase 2 was a Kiewit-led EPC project, included adding 22,000 barrel-per-day capacity to Phase 1. By self-performing critical path elements, including the fabrication and setting of 118 modules, Kiewit was able to keep the project on time and on budget.