Gas terminal donates cash to local causes

Four project charities and local causes have received a share of £4,000 thanks to staff at the St Fergus Gas Terminal.

WorleyParsons and their client Apache reached a major safety milestone recently in which their Nitrogen Injection Facility Project worked in excess of 100,000 Safe Man Hours without injury.

To celebrate this occasion, the two companies donated £4,000 to local good causes within the Peterhead, St Fergus and Crimond areas.

The causes selected by the Project Team and workforce were Houseability (Peterhead), Crimond School, St Fergus School and Peterhead United.

WorleyParsons were appointed by Apache to design and construct a Nitrogen Injection Facility at the SAGE terminal at St Fergus.

SAGE was chosen as the gas receiving facility and distribution facility for two new offshore installations in the North Sea.

Several contractors have been employed by the two companies to undertake the building of the facility and have achieved in excess of 100,000 hours without injury to any persons working on the site.