The Gas Conditioning Plant will process gas associated with the largest domestic gas development on Australia’s eastern seaboard, the multi-billion dollar Kipper Tuna Turrum (KTT) Project.
It is an important project for the Gippsland region in particular, as construction and fabrication of the plant has generated more than 800 jobs, with 90 percent of the workforce from the region.
Esso has a strong record of supporting local contractors and suppliers and has utilised local expertise in helping to deliver the project, with local Gippsland suppliers providing millions of dollars' worth of goods and services.
In addition to the direct economic benefits, the Gas Conditioning Plant will help to underpin east Australia’s energy future ensuring a supply of cleaner burning natural gas for future generations.
The Gas Conditioning Plant has been designed in an environmentally responsible manner in accordance with applicable Acts, Regulations and Policies, as well as company global best practices.
Construction on the Gas Conditioning Plant began in December 2013 and the facility is in the final stages of startup.
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Learn more about the construction of the Gas Conditioning Plant in our latest newsletter, outlining progress to date and highlighting key upcoming activities:
The Gas Conditioning Plant is being developed by Esso Australia as part of the Gippsland Basin Joint Venture in which Esso Australia Resources Pty Ltd (EARPL) and BHP Billiton Petroleum (Bass Strait) Pty Ltd each have a 50 percent interest. The Turrum and Tuna developments are also part of the Gippsland Basin Joint Venture. The Kipper joint venture participants are Esso Australia Resources Pty Ltd (32.5% and Operator), BHP Billiton Petroleum (Bass Strait) Pty Ltd (32.5%) and Mitsui E&P Australia Pty Ltd (35%).