Gas project in the Arctic region 2
Context and challenges
Yamal LNG is an integrated project encompassing natural gas production, liquification, and shipping. It is also one of the largest industrial undertakings in the Arctic region. MPH was tasked with working on a project to construct LNG modules for a liquified natural gas (LNG) plant with an output capacity of around 16.5 million tons per year. Production on the first of three trains began on the 5th of December 2017.
On the 8th of December 2017, Yamal LNG shipped the first LNG cargo containing 170,000 cubic meters of liquified gas.
Shipment from the second LNG train began in August 2018. In November 2018, Yamal LNG commenced production of its third LNG train.
MPH helped on this extensive project by:
- Sourcing and selecting experts,
- Managing payroll and tax processing, logistics, insurance, training, and migration support for fabrication yards in South-East Asia.
Yamal LNG benefited from our contribution in the following ways:
- With MPH handling operational support of the project, the client could focus their efforts and time solely on the project.
- MPH manages the staffing process, which means that Yamal LNG can quickly mobilize personnel and avoid complex and time-consuming approval processes.
- MPH handles all subjects related to the employees' legal employment: correct and timely payroll, taxation, administration of overtime, leaves, and business trips, among others.
- MPH provides additional services such as medical insurance, health check-ups, cell communication, meal provision, relocation support, and professional training.  - Our client benefits from our international sourcing capabilities as well as our ability to recruit the best-qualified experts for both technical and non-technical roles, ranging from officer to C-level positions.