Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Land secured for Broome gas precinct - The West Australian

Land secured for Broome gas precinct - The West Australian

Premier Colin Barnett has pushed ahead with the acquisition of land for a gas precinct at James Price Point near Broome despite Woodside and its joint venture partners deciding their Browse LNG project will be developed using floating technology.
The State Government announced this morning it had completed the acquisition of 3414 hectares of land at James Price Point for a gas precinct.
Mr Barnett had hoped the land would be used for an onshore gas processing hub for the Browse project but has all but conceded the land is now more likely to be used as a service and supply base for the project.
Woodside and its Browse partners announced earlier this year it would be pursuing a floating processing option for Browse rather than an onshore processing solution, which had previously been proposed.
Mr Barnett said securing the land was an important next step in ensuring the efficient development of offshore and onshore gas in the Kimberley.
"It has taken substantial effort to reach this point, with the support of traditional landholders," Mr Barnett said.


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