In 2008 Monsta were awarded wet hire contracts for the provision of cranes and personnel in the construction of the OGP, this opportunity has seen Monsta grow exponentially since that time to being a market leader in its field. Although it has grown rapidly the Managing Director has never lost sight of his original business vision to put the customer first and to always look for solutions to best serve them.
The Wadeye gas processing facility has a capacity of 1.3 billion cubic metres per year. It includes facilities for gas separation, dehydration, compression, condensate storage and produced water treatment. First production from the field was achieved in September 2009. Blacktip is the first project to have been developed to supply gas for the domestic market. Gas produced from the field is supplied to the Northern Territory-based utility provider Power Water Corporation under a 25-year agreement. The field provides gas to generate electricity for the Northern Territory locations.
Condensate produced at the Blacktip field is stabilised and stored at the onshore processing facility. It is transferred onto marine tankers periodically through a condensate export system located seven kilometres offshore for transportation and exportation to markets. The condensate export system includes an export pipeline and a tanker mooring and offloading system.