Money Chevron announces $5 billion Gorgon gas expansion off WA

14:06  15 april  2018
14:06  15 april  2018 Source:   ABC News

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The Environmental Protection Authority has approved Chevron 's multi- billion -dollar Gorgon liquefied natural gas project expansion on Barrow Island, despite highlighting serious environmental concerns. In a statement that had been much anticipated by resource industry watchers, WA Environment

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Industry leaders and the State Government have welcomed Chevron's decision to proceed with the second stage of the multi-billion-dollar Gorgon project expansion off Western Australia's north-west coast.

The latest phase of the large-scale gas project, which is situated 150 kilometres off the WA coast, north of Onslow, is estimated to cost more than $5 billion and create hundreds of jobs in the resources sector.

It will include new wells in the Gorgon and Jansz-lo fields, as well as drilling, sub-sea installation and pipe-laying while the major gas sub-sea expansion is underway.

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Chevron is sticking to its plan for a rapid expansion of Australia ’s biggest ever resources Gorgon is one of seven LNG projects, worth more than 0 billion in total, under construction the foundation project, of 15.6 million tonnes per year, but said it has 50 tcf of discovered gas off WA in total.

US energy major Chevron has notched up another major gas discovery off the coast of Western Australia , adding to the resources it has available for an expansion of the $US54 billion Gorgon LNG venture, should that go ahead.

The offshore Gorgon project is one of the largest and costliest energy projects in the world, costing over $69 billion. It employed around 10,000 people during the construction of the processing facility at Barrow Island, west of Karratha.

WA Premier Mark McGowan said the project would mean jobs and growth for the state.

"This investment is another sign that WA is getting back on track — the economy is improving, confidence is up and jobs are being created," the Premier said in a statement.

He said the project was one of the biggest resources projects in Australian history and the economic downturn was improving.

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Chevron is aiming to approve an expansion of the Gorgon gas project within 2 years. More that $US25 billion worth of contracts have been awarded so far at the Gorgon gas project. WA Mining News and Jobs.

The Chevron operated Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in Western Australia is the largest resource project in Australia and the largest LNG project in Globally, Chevron reported. league of its own as its corporate. stashing more than US billion in un-taxed revenues in off -shore accounts.

"Delivering jobs to thousands of WA workers and big benefits to the wider economy … The GS2 development represents an exciting phase of what has been a WA success story and is another sign the state's economy is turning the corner." Mr McGowan said.

Less reliance on resources urged

Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA chief executive Chris Rodwell said the project would create more opportunity for the local economy.

"It's important because it drives investment, it creates jobs and it also secures a future source of domestic gas supply — overall it is an excellent opportunity for WA businesses to be involved in the project," Mr Rodwell said.

But he said the State Government could not continue to rely on the resources sector for the bulk of its revenue.

"We still need to diversify [the economy]," Mr Rodwell said.

"Resources are a really important backbone for our economy, but WA needs to use projects like this to diversify the economy and not be complacent on opportunities."

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Chevron 's Gorgon Project will produce liquefied natural gas (LNG) and domestic gas on Barrow Island for Australia and the world. The Gorgon Project is being constructed on Barrow Island, located about 37 miles (60 km) off the northwest coast of Western Australia .

State secretary of the Australian Manufacturing Workers Union Steve McCartney said West Australians need to be the primary benefactors.

"We want to make sure that local companies get some work. Out of the last Gorgon project. West Australia only got 23,000 tonnes of manufacturing out of nearly 400,000 tonnes, he said.

"The big risk for this project is that we get Australian local content and West Australian jobs on the job — if they are priority, then West Australia has done a good thing in investing further. If it isn't then what are we doing it for? " Mr McCartney said.

"The big winners would be Australia if they get Chevron to pay their taxes and they use local content and employ local workers."

Gorgon is a joint venture between Chevron, which has a 47 per cent stake, ExxonMobil (with 25 per cent), Shell (also 25 per cent), Osaka Gas, Tokyo Gas and JERA.

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