Extreme Engineering is required when designing for extreme weather events, particularly for facilities processing Hazardous Chemicals, and Oil & Gas plants.
The natural gas processing plants near Damper and Onslow in Western Australia survived this direct hit by a Category 3 cyclone that passed on the 8th February 2020,
with absolutely no damage occuring to the plant or to the electrical systems. Logitech Engineering were directly involved in the construction and commissioning
of these facilities, as well as the Port Hedland Bulk Material Export Terminal.
Dust Storm in Pakistan
Since 1996, Logitech Engineering have been involved in the design, construction and commissioning of several Gas Processing Plants in remote locations such as Pakistan, Vietnam, Borneo and Australia. This image shows a severe dust storm that hit the Zamzama Gas Field in Pakistan during construction of the plant in 2003.
Despite the extreme temperature changes and fine dust particles, the electrical power systems, communications and control systems continued to
operate without interruption.
Logitech Engineering have just begun designing and building two new Wind and Solar generation facilities across Australia. With the industry expected to triple in size in 2019-22, the demand for experienced Engineers to design and install these systems has never been greater.
The next leap in Engineering will be energy storage, and Logitech Engineering are at the forefront of the latest technologies to determine which systems best achieve efficient energy distribution at the lowest cost.
Logitech Engineering is registered with the Clean Energy Council of Australia. We can integrate
different technologies such as wind, solar, hydro, biogas & geothermal into a single synchronized power system.