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The NWS Project Extension proposes the ongoing operation of the NWS Project to enable the long-term processing of third-party gas and fluids and North West Shelf Joint Venture field resources through the NWS Project facilities until around 2070.

The timing is right

In November 2018, the Browse Joint Venture, the North West Shelf Joint Venture and Chevron, the leaseholder of the Clio-Acme fields, signed non-binding preliminary agreements for processing offshore gas resources through the North West Shelf Project facilities on Western Australia’s Burrup Peninsula.

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Woodside Photography 2018 - On Site-23 [Image by Jarrad Seng]

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. 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.

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Our Burrup Hub vision

Environmental Approvals

Woodside has operated on the Burrup Peninsula for more than 30 years and has a strong track record of undertaking activities safely and in an environmentally responsible way.

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Browse to North West Shelf

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.
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Existing Trunkline
Proposed Trunkline
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