We are committed to understanding and managing the environmental, cultural and social impacts and opportunities of our proposed Burrup Hub growth projects. The proposed Browse to North West Shelf (NWS) and NWS Extension projects are open for public comment through the Environmental Protection Authority’s consultation hub until 12 February.
Processing Scarborough gas through Pluto LNG would extend the life of this world-class facility and grow future supplies for domestic and export markets.
The Scarborough gas resource is located approximately 375 km west-north-west off the Burrup Peninsula in the Carnarvon Basin and is part of the Greater Scarborough gas fields, estimated to hold 13.0 Tcf (2C, 100%) of dry gas. The Greater Scarborough gas fields include Thebe (1.4 Tcf, 2C, 100%), Jupiter (0.5 Tcf, 2C, 100%) and Scarborough (11.1 Tcf (2C, 100%). Woodside is proposing to initially develop the 11.1 Tcf Scarborough resource with seven subsea, high-rate gas wells, tied back to a semi-submersible floating production unit moored in 900 m of water close to the Scarborough field. Reservoir performance will determine future wells. Gas would be transported by an approximately 435 km pipeline to existing LNG infrastructure on the Burrup Peninsula.