The Australian North West Shelf Gas Project

A National Economic Cost Benefit Analysis
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North West Shelf Gas. The first cargo of North West Shelf LNG left the Karratha Gas Plant onboard the Northwest Sanderling for delivery to Japan in Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brown Copeland & Co.; North West Shelf Joint Venturers. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. "This report was commissioned and funded by the North West Shelf Gas Project Joint Venturers."--Label on verso of cover.

The Woodside-operated North West Shelf (NWS) Project's facilities constitute Australia's largest oil and gas The Australian North West Shelf Gas Project book and represent an investment of more than $34 billion.

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Accounting for more than one third of Australia’s oil and gas production, the NWS Project is a joint venture between six major international companies. Woodside said the project was the fourth major gas development for the North West Shelf venture in the past seven years as it continued to commercialise reserves "in a timely and efficient manner.

BHP could consider selling its stake in the North West Shelf liquefied natural gas project, with its per cent stake capable of fetching US5 billion bn for the mining giant.

The North West Shelf (NWS) Project supplies oil and gas to Australian international markets from huge offshore gas, oil and condensate fields in the Carnarvon Basin, off the north-west coast of Australia.

For more information please refer to the Woodside website. The $34bn North West Shelf plant in Western Australia, operated by Woodside Petroleum, faces more than 40 per cent, or 7 million tonnes, of its million tonne annual capacity being unused by The North West Shelf Venture, situated in the north-west of Western Australia, is Australia's largest resource development involves the extraction of petroleum (mostly natural gas and condensate) at offshore production platforms, onshore processing and export of liquefied natural gas, and production of natural gas for industrial, commercial and domestic use within the state.

The North West Shelf (NWS) Project supplies oil and gas to Australian and international markets from huge offshore gas, oil and condensate fields in the Carnarvon Basin, off the north-west coast of Australia.

It is also the largest producer of domestic gas for Western Australia. The six equal participants in the North West Shelf Project are: BHP is one of Australia's largest oil and gas producers, with three operated facilities in Australia and is a non-operating partner in the Bass Strait and North West Shelf Ventures.

The company's global Petroleum business comprises conventional and unconventional oil and gas operations, and includes exploration, development and.

north west shelf project celebrating more than 35 years of domestic gas supply to W.A. and over 30 years of LNG exports to Japan Chevron is an equal one-sixth foundation participant in the North West Shelf (NWS) Project – Australia’s first LNG project.

North West Shelf Development Project: Engineering Heritage Nomination 4 INTRODUCTION Inthe North Rankin gas field was discovered in the Carnarvon Basin in water metres deep, kilometres north-west of the port of Dampier. The gas reservoirs ranged from 2, to 3, metres below the seabed.

The discovery. Beyond the flame: the story of Australia's North West Shelf Natural Gas Project / written and compiled by Graeme Atherton and Rick Wilkinson Government and Public Affairs Division, Woodside Offshore Petroleum [Perth, W.A.] Australian/Harvard Citation.

Atherton, Graeme. & Wilkinson, Rick. & Woodside Offshore Petroleum. The sheer scale of the North-West Shelf Natural Gas Project inevitably entails substantial consequences for the Australian and West Australian economies.

In this paper an applied general equilibrium model is used to estimate the size of these effects. Expenditure during the construction phase stimulates the industries that supply the investment.

The US energy major, which also operates WA’s Wheatstone LNG plant, and is selling its stake in the North West Shelf gas facility, had originally planned to resume production at Train 2 of the.

Some 5 million tonnes will underpin the second train of Pluto LNG, with up to million tonnes potentially supplying the North West Shelf project and the balance filling the existing Pluto Train. Output at Australia's biggest LNG producer could fall by about 30 per cent, requiring two of the North West Shelf venture's five trains to be shut down in the next five years because of a lack of.

North West Shelf output 'could decline 30pc' One or two LNG trains at the North West Shelf venture could be shut down in the next five years unless deals are done to bring in third-party gas.

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The head of Australian oil and gas giant Woodside has signalled a willingness to make a move on Chevron's stake in the $34 billion North West Shelf LNG project. Sino-Australian Diplomatic Ruckus Hits Gas Project Sale by Australia Energy Major. By Angela Macdonald-Smith speculation that Woodside will need to raise equity — particularly if it also buys Chevron or others out of the North West Shelf LNG project — has weighed on sentiment around the stock for several months.

Woodside is the operator of the North West Shelf. Michele Mossop And at the centre of the proverbial storm is the Waitsia Gas Project, a partnership between.

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We are a joint venture participant in the North West Shelf Project (– per cent interest), located approximately kilometres northwest of Dampier in Western Australia. The North West Shelf Project supplies gas to the Western Australian domestic market and liquefied natural gas (LNG) to buyers primarily in Japan, South Korea and China.

A unique visit to the impressive North West Shelf Natural Gas Project provides an opportunity to witness Australian history in the making.

Representing the largest oil and gas development in Australia, it accounts for more than 40 per cent of the country’s oil and gas production. Australia’s North West Shelf LNG project needs more gas.

Its supply fields are entering decline and liquefaction capacity will be available from The NWS joint venture is looking to toll third-party gas through the existing liquefaction infrastructure and has.

The North West Shelf oil extraction is negligible compared to the volume of gas produced. Gas project [ edit ] The North West Shelf Venture [3] is a project to extract resources within the region from various gas fields - however it is considered to be only in part of the whole shelf region.

The Browse resources are located in the Browse Basin, offshore approximately km north of Broome in Western Australia. The development concept includes a ~ km proposed pipeline to existing North West Shelf infrastructure.

Two North West Shelf LNG trains will need to operate for more than 50 years to process gas from Woodside’s Browse project until Speaking after the release of fourth-quarter results yesterday, Woodside chief financial officer Sherry Duhe said the five NWS LNG trains would be.

Chevron Australia head Al Williams has refused to be tied to any deadline for an agreement on processing gas from the large Woodside-run Browse field at the North West Shelf venture's LNG plant. Chevron Corp has put up for sale its minority stake in Australia's biggest and oldest liquefied natural gas (LNG) project, the North West Shelf, after drawing interest from potential.

The North West Shelf Project (NWSP) is a giant offshore gas project in the North Carnarvon Basin. The project was first sanctioned in and has two distinct elements, domestic gas supply and LNG export.

NWSP is the largest LNG export project in Australasia and supplies LNG to Japan, South Korea and China. Chevron Corp. will start a sales process for its interest in the North West Shelf project in Australia, one of the nation’s first liquefied natural gas export ventures, after receiving a number.Chevron is pursuing the feasibility of the development of Clio-Acme through Pluto facilities for tolling at North West Shelf, with pre-FEED and geo-technical survey work underway.

In real terms, monetisation of Clio-Acme could equate to around 50 LNG cargoes per annum and around 70 terajoules of domestic gas per day for the Western Australian. Chevron has kicked off the sale of its one-sixth stake in Australia's largest producing oil and gas project, the North West Shelf, with an eight-point pitch to potential buyers.