Pluto LNG Train 2
Pluto Train 2 will process Scarborough gas and have an LNG capacity of ~5 million tonnes per annum. As part of the construction of Pluto Train 2, additional domestic gas infrastructure will be installed to increase capacity to ~ 225 Terajoules per day.
Woodside has selected Bechtel to execute the engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of a second LNG train (Pluto Train 2) at Pluto LNG. The contract includes the construction of supporting infrastructure, such as the Construction Accommodation Village (CAV).
Woodside and Bechtel are working to maximise opportunities for local, regional and WA businesses across the supply chain, including Indigenous participation opportunities.
Project at a glance
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The North West Shelf (NWS) subsea tieback (SSTB) program is focused on using existing infrastructure to develop reserves from existing and undeveloped NWS Project fields.
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Woodside is proposing to develop the
Scarborough gas resource through new
offshore facilities connected through an
approximately 430 km pipeline to a proposed
brownfield expansion of the existing Pluto
LNG onshore facility (Pluto Train 2 Project).
The proposed offshore development, referred
to as the Scarborough Project, is to initially
develop the Scarborough gas field with up to
seven subsea, high-rate gas wells, tied back to
a semi-submersible floating production unit
(FPU) moored in 900 metres of water close to
the Scarborough field.
The Scarborough Project is an integral part of
Woodside’s Burrup Hub vision for a regional
gas hub which will secure economic growth
and local employment opportunities for
Western Australia for decades to come.