Oil & Gas


Explore the Ichthys project by EzyStrut

Managing Cables across Complex Modules

  • $38BN

  • >12TR

    Cubic Feet of Gas in Ichthys Field
  • >500M

    Barrels of Condensate
  • >27,000M

    of cable ladder supplied
  • >20,000M

    of Custom, heavy duty cable tray supplied
  • >5,500

    earth bonding straps
  • Project Introduction

    • Direct Involvement over 4 years with EPCM JKC/Inpex
    • Customised, Cyclonic Rated Hold Down Unit specially developed for the project
    • Combination of shelf range and custom products to create an unrivaled support network
    • EzyStrut is supporting a project that is providing fuel to major cities all over the world

    The Ichthys LNG Project is one of Australia’s most challenging, yet exciting LNG projects. Located about 220 kilometres off Western Australia and 820 kilometres southwest of Darwin, the Ichthys Field covers an area of around 800 square kilometres in water averaging depths of 250 metres. Fuel from Ichthys will supply major global centres in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres for decades to come, hence all suppliers were required to provide solutions that could service Inpex’s jewel project well into the future.

  • Multiple Project Locations Successfully Supplied

    Because of its sheer size, the Ichthys project has rigs, onshore processing facilities, and assembly yards across Asia, Western Australia and the Northern Territory. This has meant that high volumes of product was required to be supplied in a timely manner, with access to fast turnaround specials at any location too.

  • The Client found their Solutions with EzyStrut

    It was EzyStrut’s large shelf range of multiple products with so many variations in size, materials and load bearing capabilities that made us the obvious choice for the project: The senior project engineers for Ichthys saw that EzyStrut could truly cover every base for all electrical support needs of the project.

    However, EzyStrut’s engineers were able to add further value by addressing specific safety needs of some of the project’s cyclone prone locations by developing a special cyclone rated hold down system for the cable supports that could be exposed to the strong weather.