Browse is Australia's largest untapped conventional gas resource.

Woodside, as Operator for and on behalf of the Browse Joint Venture, is proposing to develop the Brecknock, Calliance and Torosa fields located approximately 425 km north of Broome in the offshore Browse Basin. Hydrocarbon resources contained in these fields are predominately gas, with contingent resources of 13.9 trillion cubic feet of dry gas, and approximately 390 million barrels of condensate.

Burrup Hub Environmental Approvals

We are committed to understanding and managing the environmental, cultural and social impacts and opportunities of our proposed Burrup Hub growth projects. In December 2019 the Browse and North West Shelf Extension projects were released for an eight week public comment period through the Environmental Protection Authority's consultation hub.

See our interactive overview

Our Burrup Hub vision

Key stats

13.9 TCF
of dry gas (contingent resources)
~390 Mmboe
of condensate (contingent resources)
~900 km
pipeline to existing NWS infrastructure

Participating interests

Lease/permit interests (State): TR/5 and R2

Lease/permit interests (Commonwealth): WA-28-R, WA-29-R, WA-30-R, WA-31-R and WA-32-R

Offshore 425 kilometres north of Broome, Western Australia

Woodside Browse Pty Ltd (operator)30.60%
Shell Australia Pty Ltd27.00%
BP Developments Australia Pty Ltd17.33%
Japan Australia LNG (MIMI Browse) Pty Ltd14.40%
PetroChina International Investment (Australia) Pty Ltd10.67%

Woodside Energy Ltd is operator for and on behalf of the Browse Joint Venture

Environmental Approvals
In October 2018, Woodside, as Operator for and on behalf of the Browse Joint Venture referred the proposed Browse Project to the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority and the Commonwealth Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment.

Project Map

The Browse resources are located in the Browse Basin, offshore approximately 425 km north of Broome in Western Australia. The development concept includes a ~900 km proposed pipeline to existing North West Shelf infrastructure.
Gas or Oil
Existing Trunkline
Proposed Trunkline
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