Australian growth projects

Delivering the next wave of growth

We are progressing a number of new developments that will utilise our existing facilities in Australia's north-west, providing ongoing employment and local content opportunities for decades to come.

Our vision

Together with our joint venture participants, Woodside is progressing new natural gas and energy projects in the Pilbara, Western Australia.

This involves the proposed development of the Scarborough and Browse offshore gas fields, as well as a number of onshore expansion and third-party processing opportunities that would utilise existing and proven facilities at Pluto LNG and the North West Shelf Project.

Building on Woodside’s 40-year history in the Pilbara, these projects would ensure the continued supply of domestic and export energy, providing significant economic and community benefits for decades to come.

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    Pluto Train 2
    NWS Project Extension
    Pluto-KGP Interconnector

    Environmental Approvals

    We are committed to understanding and managing the environmental, cultural and social impacts and opportunities of our proposed growth projects. Woodside continues to consult with relevant stakeholders to progress all outstanding environmental approvals. Visit the project pages below or view the environmental submission documents to find out more.

    Developing the Burrup Hub means those facilities will continue producing gas for another 30 years and beyond, supplying a reliable, low-emissions energy source to customers around the world and in WA.

    Niall Myles, Senior Vice President Power, New Energy & Burrup Hub

    Accommodating Growth in Karratha

    Economic modelling suggests that up to 460 additional local Karratha operations jobs will be created or sustained on average as a part of the A$40 billion Burrup Hub transformation. To be successful, we need to balance our residential focus with the use of fly-in-fly-out workers for construction, shutdowns and certain specialist projects.

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