Bayu-Undan Carbon Capture and Storage


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NT Australia
Initial Project Phase
SANTOS LTD

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Industry Capability Network (NT)
+61 8 8922 9422

The Bayu-Undan Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Project targets the capture of up to 10 Mtpa of CO2 at a Darwin hub – initially from the Darwin LNG facility (DLNG), with potential future expansion to proximal 3rd party. Captured CO2 will be transported to, and stored in, the offshore Bayu-Undan reservoir (in Timor Leste waters).


The Project will require additions and modifications to the DLNG facility, which is proposed as the foundation for a CO2 processing hub, as well as the repurposing of the Bayu-Undan to Darwin Gas Export Pipeline (GEP), the offshore processing facility and the facility wells for reinjection of the processed CO2.


Santos is working closely with the Timor-Leste Government towards the necessary agreements and regulatory framework that will be required for the Bayu-Undan CCS Project. A required Australian Industry Participation (AIP) Plan is also in place for the Project and the summary is available at www.industry.gov.au


Santos has partnered with the Industry Capability Network NT to assist with Australian vendor identification and raise awareness of the project. To register a general expression of interest please submit in the work packages tab.

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