Pluto LNG

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Pluto LNG is a demonstration of Woodside's world-class LNG capabilities and expertise, with Woodside taking the project from discovery in 2005 to first production just seven years later.

The Pluto and Xena gas fields are located about 190 kilometres off Karratha, in Western Australia's north-west. The two gas fields contain approximately 5 Tcf of dry gas.

 Pluto LNG has delivered a step change for Woodside's equity production and revenue since start up in April 2012 and has cemented our place as Australia's largest producer of LNG.

Pluto facilities

Pluto LNG Park

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

Onshore infrastructure comprises a single LNG processing train with 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.

Pluto A platform

The Pluto A platform is located 180 kilometres north-west of Karratha in 85 metres of water. Gas is piped through a trunkline to the onshore facility.

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