Ichthys LNG Project updates

Community Update 227

Four years ago Tyrone De Santis was one of the first people in Darwin to join a training course JKC offered to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people as a pathway to employment on the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities.

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Community Update 226

Territorians in need of remote medical assistance will benefit from JKC’s sponsorship of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (RFDS).

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Community Update 225

One of the final steps in the construction of the LNG storage tanks at the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities has been completed with the installation of the cryogenic pumps in LNG Tank 1.

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Community Update 224

The ‘engine room’ might appear to be a room full of giggles and games, however it plays a very important role in improving the learning outcomes of students with high support needs at a Palmerston primary school.

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Community Update 223

From dusty, dry ground works, to the towering mega-project it is today, Territoria Civil has watched the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities grow from the ground up.

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Ichthys Project Bulletin August 2017

Around 160 local jobs and new business opportunities will be created from the largest contract awarded to support the operations of the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project in Darwin

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Community Update 222

With more than 11 million work hours on the clock for 2017, Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities workers made the most of the opportunity to relax with their families at the fifth Employee Fun Day on 23 July.

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Community Update 221

Everyone loves a good barbeque, and the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities has one on the grandest scale.

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Community Update 219

The BMX bike-wielding Buslink VIVO Assistant Duty Manager Jacqueline Taheny is best described by the Shakespeare quote “and though she be but little, she is fierce”.

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Community Bulletin 218

Twelve months of hard work, long hours and intense study have paid off for the six trainees who graduated from the JKC Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) White Collar Traineeship Program last week.

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