Silverhorse provides digital solutions across a range of industries for some of the biggest capital projects in the world. Having accumulated years of hands-on knowledge in these industries, we know how to address the issues that really matter to operators, in a way that works for them. That’s why we are the specialists in low risk digital transformation.
Karratha is a 200 hectare LNG/LPG/natural gas plant in Western Australia that forms part of the North West Shelf project. Silverhorse partnered with Woodside to introduce an automated inspection and repair process.
The Devil Creek Gas Plant located in Western Australia’s northwest is the State’s third domestic natural gas processing hub. Gas to supply the Devil Greek facility is extracted from the Apache-operated Reindeer field approximately 80 km northwest of Dampier. It is brought to the mainland via a 105 km offshore and onshore raw gas supply pipeline.
Queensland Curtis LNG (QCLNG) will be the world’s first project to turn gas from coal seams into liquefied natural gas, or LNG. This major, integrated project includes expansion, exploration and development of CSG reserves in southern and central Queensland.
The Clyde Terminal Conversion Project is part of an upgrade by Viva that will enable the terminal to receive, store and distribute finished fuel products, while halting refining.
The refurbishment of Ningaloo Vision included an upgrade of topside process modules, swivel replacement, hull and tank renewal and turret/subsea modifications.
The Northern Endeavour FPSO is moored at the Laminaria-Coralina oil field in the Timor Sea and is operated and maintained by Upstream Production Solutions. The vessel is owned by Northern Oil and Gas Australia.
Cobre Panama is a large open-pit copper development in Panama operated by First Quantum Minerals.
The Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project is one of the largest new lithium ore deposits in the world, located in Western Australia's Pilbara region. The mine and processing facility will produce a 6 per cent spodumene concentrate that will be upgraded into battery-grade lithium carbonate or lithium hydroxide to be used in lithium-ion batteries.
The West Angelas Power Station is part of Rio Tinto's Power System Upgrade 330 project and comprises a 100MW Open Cycle Power Station using low emission GE LM6000 PF Sprint Gas Turbines with the ability to run on natural gas and diesel fuel.
The terminal is owned and developed by coal exporters to provide increased long-term export coal capacity. Construction began in 2012 with the terminal being commissioned and handed over in 2015.
The Advanced Water Recycling Plant processes waste water to a drinking water standard and returns up to 14 billion litres (extendable to 28 billion litres) to the groundwater supply.
NorthConnex is one of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects and will connect Sydney’s Orbital Network to the National Highway route as a way of easing congestion for freight traffic and improving connectivity across NSW as a whole.
This $4.8 billion project in Brisbane claims to be Australia’s largest ever road infrastructure project and was built by a Thiess/John Holland joint venture. The project comprised two tunnels and an airport connecting roadway.
Legacy Way is Brisbane City Council’s 4.6km road tunnel that will connect the Western Freeway at Toowong with the Inner City Bypass (ICB) at Kelvin Grove.
The Victoria Desalination Plant is a $3.5 billion initiative by the Victorian Government to secure a water supply to Melbourne and surrounding districts. The plant is the largest in Australia supplying 150 billion litres of water a year. Construction began in 2009 with water being delivered in 2012.
The Moranbah Project built a fully integrated Ammonium Nitrate manufacturing complex with an output of 300,000 tonnes per annum. The $935 million project began construction in 2010 with commissioning completed in 2012.