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North West Shelf LNG - what does the future hold?

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17 September 2014

North West Shelf LNG - what does the future hold?

Report summary

The North West Shelf Gas Project is Australia’s oldest and largest LNG export facility, but we expect production to start declining from 2023 and new feedgas will need to be sourced. Unless exploration in NWS acreage yields significant success, this gas is likely to come from outside the JV. This will necessitate changes to the project’s commercial structure and marketing strategy. 

Table of contents

    • Australia’s biggest LNG facility
    • Declining JV feedgas
    • Plant life concerns
    • Potential backfill development options
    • New commercial structure
    • What are the corporate implications?
    • The end of the beginning?

Tables and charts

This report includes 6 images and tables including:

  • Chart 1: Gas production by development status
  • Chart 2: Liquefaction capacity will become available
  • Table 1: Backfill development options for the NWSGP
  • North West Shelf LNG - what does the future hold?: Image 3
  • North West Shelf LNG - what does the future hold?: Image 4
  • North West Shelf LNG - what does the future hold?: Table 2

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