Chevron/ESSO/Shell – Gorgon Gas Field Expansion: Train IV – Western Australia - Project Profile
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A joint venture of Chevron Australia Pty Ltd (Chevron), Esso Australia Pty Ltd (ESSO) and Shell Australia Limited (Shell) is undertaking the Gorgon Gas Field Expansion on Barrow Island in Western Australian coast, Australia.
The project involves the construction of fourth LNG train at the Gorgon Gas Field. It will have a capacity of 5.2 miilion tonnes per annum (MTPA).
The project will include the development of chandon and geryon gas fields, and the construction of new pipeline to Barrow Island, an additional LNG tank and other related facilities.
In May 2011, Chevron applied for an environmental approval and in January 2014, Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority has recommended conditional approval for the Gorgon Gas Field Expansion project; however the final decision is still awaited.
In May 2016, Chevron secured federal environmental approval which is valid until January 1, 2070.
Developer has yet to make a decision to proceed with the project.
The project involves the construction of fourth LNG train at the Gorgon Gas Field on Barrow Island in Western Australia, Australia.
The US$6,881 million project includes the following:
1. Development of the Chandon and Geryon gas fields
2. Construction of a new pipeline to Barrow Island
3. Construction of an additional LNG tank
4. Construction of other related facilities
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