Woodside to extend life of North West Shelf beyond 2025
November 12th, 2018
Woodside Energy has agreed to process the gas resources of Chevron’s Clio-Acme fields and the Woodside-led Browse joint venture at its North West Shelf (NWS) facilities on Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia.
Gas from Clio-Acme will be processed at Karratha, after being brought through Woodside’s Pluto offshore infrastructure to the Burrup Hub and transported via the proposed Pluto-NWS interconnector pipeline.
Woodside chief executive Peter Coleman said, “Central to our vision for the Burrup Hub is the transition of the Karratha gas plant into a third-party tolling facility as the NWS joint venture fields reach the end of their lives.
“The Browse joint venture will be the anchor tenant underpinning that transition, and this preliminary agreement enables the participants to progress toward an earlier final investment decision to develop the gas resource, targeted for 2020.” Read more…