PTT LNG Receiving Terminal Phase I
Map Ta Phut Industrial Port, Thailand
The PTT LNG liquified natural gas receiving terminal is being developed as part of the Map Ta Phut Port Phase 2 development. SMC Consulting Engineers, in association, carried out FEED and project management for the overall terminal on behalf of PTT LNG.

The terminal is to be capable of handling LNG carriers of between 125,000m3 and 264,000m3 capacity and LPG carriers up to 80,000m3 capacity. A phased expansion plan allows for two berths to accommodate these vessels with an option for a third small carrier berth.
SMC is responsible for all the marine works including the supervision of dredging and reclamation works associated with the new terminal. We also undertook the FEED for the marine works, comprising the berths, dolphins, approach trestle, seawater intake and outfall structures and associated marine related instrumentation. We then prepared the EPC performance specification to cover the marine aspects of the associated terminal works and provided design review and project management services for the marine facilities aspects of the EPC terminal works.  

Under a separate assignment from PTT LNG, SMC designed and documented the site preparation (dredging and reclamation) works for which the site work commenced in September 2007.
project details

client: PTT LNG
services: Dredging Layouts, Dredging and Reclamation Tendering and Contract Services, FEED Design (marine facilities), EPC bid Documentation (marine facilities), Project Management (marine facilities)
completion date: 2010