ABB has signed a long term service agreement with QGC for maintenance at its Curtis Island LNG project.
The contract is valued at approximately $33 million and will run over four years, with an option to extend it up to ten years.
ABB will provide on an site team to maintain ABB's extended automation system and its integrated control and safety systems.
The contract also includes spare parts management for the site's upstream collection and transportation facility as well as for the midstream liquefaction and export facility.
"This important contract affirms our strong and long-standing relationship with QGC, which is one of our key customers," Axel Kuhr, country manager for ABB in Australia, said.
"We are proud to continue working for this important oil and gas project, and one of our key priorities will be to help our customer reach its production targets in a flawless way."
ABB has been working with QGC since 2011, when it was awarded a $58 million contract to provide integrated automation, safety, and telecommunications systems as well as related equipment for the upstream coal seam gas project.