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Barossa Offshore Project

The Barossa Offshore Project, led by the Barossa Joint Venture comprising Santos Offshore Pty Ltd and SK E&S Australia Pty Ltd, has received a Final Investment Decision.

The project aims to supply gas to the Darwin LNG facility, extending its operating life by 15-20 years after the depletion of existing offshore gas reserves from the Bayu-Undan field.

Santos holds a 62.5% operated interest in the joint venture, alongside partner SK E&S (37.5%). Santos is also a joint venture partner and operator in DLNG with a 68.4% interest. Find out more here


Fortescue Decarbonisation Project

Fortescue is dedicated to decarbonising its Australian iron ore operations across various sectors, including mining, port, rail, non-process infrastructure, and mobile fleet in the Pilbara, Western Australia. The aim is to achieve zero terrestrial emissions (Scope 1 and 2) by 2030, emphasizing “real zero” with the elimination of fossil fuels and minimal reliance on offsets.

Fortescue’s decarbonisation strategy involves deploying 2-3 GW of renewable energy generation (wind and solar) and significant battery storage. The generated renewable power will be transmitted through dedicated connections to Fortescue’s electrical network.

In line with Fortescue’s commitment to supporting local Western Australian communities, engagement requirements for local and First Nations vendors will be incorporated into the Project’s tendering criteria. Find out more here


Newcastle Offshore Wind Project

EDF Renewables Australia, in partnership with Newcastle Offshore Wind Energy (NOWE), is developing an offshore, floating wind farm in the Hunter Declared Area off the coast of Newcastle, Australia.

The Newcastle Offshore Wind (NOW) project aims to contribute to the electricity grid supply, promoting clean energy and a sustainable future for the region. EDF Renewables emphasizes collaboration with local suppliers and communities to enhance local capabilities. Find out more here


Gibson Island Project

The Gibson Island Project proposes to develop a green ammonia hub in Brisbane, Queensland, by constructing a green hydrogen production facility adjacent to Incitec Fertilizers Pty Limited’s existing gas-based facility.

Subject to a Final Investment Decision, the Project plans a 500 MW plant capable of producing 70,000 tonnes of renewable hydrogen annually. Gibson Island H2 seeks expressions of interest from qualified contractors and suppliers for hydrogen facility tendering opportunities. Find out more here




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