Location: 130 km off the North West coast of Western Australia
Project Manager: Chevron
Project Owner: Chevron
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The Gorgon Project is more than 90 percent complete. Commissioning is underway on the subsea gas gathering system at the Jansz-Io field. Both electric and hydraulic elements of the control system have been activated. Subsea valves are being tested, paving the way for first gas to the plant site.
All LNG Train 1 and common modules required for first LNG are on their foundations and all the utilities required for the commissioning and operation of Train 1 are now operational. The final LNG Train 2 module has been placed on its foundations while delivery of LNG Train 3 modules continues with five of the 13 on Barrow Island.
All eight LNG and two condensate loading arms are now installed on the jetty – the final major components before commissioning activities take place. Two cargos of MEG have been delivered to Barrow Island and imported to the MEG storage tanks. Preparations are underway to fill the Jansz-Io MEG pipeline.
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