Representing an investment of A$27 billion, the Woodside-operated North West Shelf Project facilities constitute Australia’s largest oil and gas resource development and currently account for more than 40 per cent of Australia’s oil and gas production.
Location: Karratha, 1200km north of Perth
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Woodside is the major equity holder and operator of the Browse Joint Venture, which aims to commercialise the Venture’s three gas and condensate fields, Brecknock, Calliance and Torosa, which lie in the Indian Ocean, 425 km north of Broome in Western Australia.
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The Sunrise and Troubadour gas and condensate fields, collectively known as the Greater Sunrise fields, are located approximately 150 km south-east of Timor-Leste and 450 km north-west of Darwin, Northern Territory. The fields were discovered in 1974 and hold a total contingent resource of 5.13 Tcf of dry gas and 225.9 million barrels of condensate. These volumes were independently certified in 2010 and, once developed, will add significantly to Woodside’s reserves. Location of fields: 450km north-west of Darwin, Northern Territory
Woodside owns and operates a number of world-class oil developments in Western Australia and the Timor Sea.
Woodside is Australia's largest independent dedicated oil and gas company and one of the world's leading producers of liquefied natural gas.
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