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Ichthys LNG Project - INPEX Corporation - Darwin - Ichthys Onshore LNG Facilities Project – EPC Building Works
The Ichthys LNG Project is currently in construction and is ranked among the most significant oil and gas projects in the world. The Ichthys LNG Project is a Joint Venture between INPEX group companies (the Operator), major partner Total, CPC Corporation Taiwan and the Australian subsidiaries of Tokyo Gas, Osaka Gas, Kansai Electric Power, JERA and Toho Gas.The Project is expected to produce 8.9 million tonnes of LNG and 1.6 million tonnes of LPG per annum, along with more than 100,000 barrels of condensate per day at peak.Gas and condensate from the Ichthys Field will be exported to onshore facilities for processing near Darwin via an 890 kilometre pipeline. Most condensate will be directly shipped to global markets from a floating production, storage and offloading facility permanently 

Gorgon Gas Project - Chevron/Kellogg JV -  Barrow Island - LNG Plant Permanent Operations Facilities
Representing the largest single resource project in Australia’s history, Chevron’s $53B Gorgon LNG Project is one of the world's largest natural gas projects. It includes the construction of a 15 million tonne per annum (MTPA) Liquefied Natural
Gas (LNG) plant on Barrow Island and a domestic gas plant with the capacity to provide 300 terajoules per day to
supply gas to Western Australia. The site of the LNG plant, Barrow Island, is a Class A nature reserve, so unique
quarantine restrictions have been put in place to ensure there is minimum impact to the local environment.

PNGLNG Upstream - ExxonMobil - Papua New Guinea - Hides Gas Conditioning Plant and Infrastructure Upgrades
In 2010, construction of this world class facility began, and despite many challenges it was completed months ahead of schedule in 2014.The Hides Gas Conditioning Plant (HGCP) is located just outside of the township of Hides in PNG’s Hela Province. 
The plant processes up to 1 billion standard cubic feet of gas gathered from eight wells each day, gas, condensate and water are separated and treated before being sent via separate pipelines to other facilities in PNG for further handling.
The gas is transported along a 700-kilometre-long pipeline to the LNG Plant near Port Moresby where it is converted into liquid form, ready for shipping.

Around 30,000 barrels of condensate is also produced at the Plant daily. After separation, the condensate is directed along its own pipeline to the Kutubu Central Processing Facility and later the Kumul terminal for export.
The nearby Komo Airfield, the longest airstrip in PNG, was built to address some of the obstacles that hindered construction including poor highway infrastructure, rugged terrain and unstable and inconsistent soils. These factors made it dangerous and at times impossible to transport people and over-sized equipment into the site. A total of 88 Antonov aircraft loads landed at Komo during construction. The airfield is now used to transport workers to and from Port Moresby.  
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