The Oil & Gas platforms’ extensive service offering spans the full asset life cycle, including specialist engineering, construction & EPC, commissioning, and operations & maintenance. Services are provided on new build facilities (greenfields) and operating facilities (brownfields).
The businesses within this platform are:
The platform’s strategy is focused on:
The business has two regional operating divisions:
The two regional operating divisions focus on delivering specialised EPC services to their respective regions. The operating divisions also leverage Clough’s client network in Australia to develop and maintain relationships beyond Australia and support the expansion of services across the project life cycle.
Businesses within the platform
The Underground Mining platform’s extensive geographic footprint covers six continents and its service offering spans the project value chain including specialist engineering, shaft construction, mine development, specialist mining services, including raise boring and grouting, and contract mining.
Recent projects include the construction and rehabilitation of 15 shafts and 21 decline projects in Canada, USA, Australia, South Africa, Zambia and Indonesia. The platform employs 54 raise and blind-hole boring machines globally, one of the largest fleets of large-diameter boring machines in the world. It has also sunk the deepest single-lift shafts in South Africa (South Deep: 3 000m) and the USA (Resolution: 2 100m), as well as the deepest secondary shafts in Canada (Kidd: 3 014m) and the USA (Hecla Lucky Friday: 2 922m).
Businesses within the platform:
The Power & Water platform’s service offering includes feasibility studies, detailed engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning, and repairs & maintenance work. Contracting models include EPC and the more traditional SMEIPP construction services. The platform’s capacity and capability is complemented by key strategic partnerships.
The Corporate Office plays a leading role in the strategic direction and support of our local and international businesses. The Corporate Office includes the executive committee, company secretarial services, finance and treasury services, employee benefits, a small core IT team and general support staff.
The Corporate Office is also responsible for investor relations and discharging Murray & Roberts’ responsibilities as a listed company on the stock exchange.