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Pluto LNG Project

Tanks Repairs & Shutdowns, Scaffolding & Access, Coatings & Abrasive Blasting,


Burrup Peninsula, WA


Pluto LNG Project infrastructure

The initial phase of the Pluto LNG Project comprises an offshore platform in 85m of water, connected to five subsea wells on the Pluto gas field.

Gas is piped in a 180km trunkline to the onshore facility, located between the North West Shelf Project and Dampier Port on the Burrup Peninsula.

The total area of the Pluto leases for the onshore facility is about 200ha, of which the plant and associated infrastructure will cover about 80ha.

Onshore infrastructure comprises a single LNG processing train with a forecast production capacity of 4.3 million tonnes a year.

Storage and loading facilities at the plant include two LNG tanks with a combined capacity of 240,000 m³, three smaller condensate tanks and an LNG and condensate export jetty.

The Pluto LNG Park provides Woodside with the opportunity to consider both equity gas development and other resource owner (ORO) gas supply at the Pluto LNG Park.


Location: Burrup Peninsula, WA

Date: 2010

Industries: Oil & Gas,

Capability Sectors: Tanks Repairs & Shutdowns, Scaffolding & Access, Coatings & Abrasive Blasting,

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