Territory industry leading decarbonisation pathways

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August saw significant advances in the Territory’s transition towards net zero with both INPEX and Santos realising substantial milestones in advancing decarbonisation technologies.

A joint venture between INPEX, Woodside Energy and Total Energies for the Bonaparte Basin has been awarded a greenhouse gas storage assessment permit.

The INPEX-led Bonaparte Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) Project is a significant step towards realising up a large-scale CCUS Hub at the proposed Middle Arm Sustainable Development Precinct and has the potential to become one of the largest CCUS projects in the world.

Santos, operators of the Barossa Project joint venture and Darwin LNG facility, announced a final investment decision to proceed with the $311 million Darwin Pipeline Duplication Project.

The new pipeline will transport gas from the offshore Barossa Field, will kick-start the Darwin LNG life extension for around 20 years, and importantly will allow for the Barossa Project to be CCUS ready by repurposing the existing Bayu-Undan to Darwin pipeline to facilitate CCUS.

Read more at Our Territory Gas Strategy website.

Workers inspecting gas platform

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