Roma East Development Project FEED & Detailed Design


Client: GLNG
Location: Roma Area, QLD
Scope: 1 Nodal Compressor Station (NCS), 34 km Gas Pipeline DN500, 33 km Water pipeline DN400, 35 km above ground 66kV HV lines, 34 km of Fibre Optic line,
Date: 2017-2018
Project Length:
Value: <$5M


Oil and Gas

OSD’s Role

  • FEED
  • Detailed Design
  • Procurement Support
  • Construction Support


The Roma East Development is a greenfield project to recover CSG from acreage situated north-east of Wallumbilla and export via a remote Nodal Compressor Station (R-NCS-01) to the existing Roma Hub 02 and through to the GLNG Plant on Curtis Island.

OSD, with partners Arcadis and TDE, completed the FEED stage for the Nodal Compressor Station, gas pipeline, water pipeline, fibre optic line and HV transport line.

OSD were then awarded the next phase and together with Arcadis delivered the detailed design of the:

  • Gas pipeline
  • Water pipeline
  • Fibre optic line
  • HV transport line
  • Connections to the new Nodal Compressor Station and existing Roma Hub

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Rebranding to Verbrec represents our evolution and continued growth by leveraging emerging technologies, thereby remaining at the forefront of an ever-changing industry. Evolution, engineered.

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