Woodside Moves Forward with Phase 2 of Julimar-Brunello Project

Artist's impression of the subsea infrastructure installed as part of phase 1 of the Julimar Project. Photo: Woodside

Australian oil and gas company Woodside said it is progressing concept definition for Phase 2 of the Julimar-Brunello project which will tie-back the Julimar field to the existing Brunello subsea infrastructure.

Across the 25-year life of the project, two flowlines, approximately 22.5 km long, will connect the Julimar and Brunello fields at production and crossover manifolds back to the Wheatstone platform.

The final investment decision on the Julimar project was made in September 2011. Woodside is the operator of the Julimar project with a 65% equity interest.

In addition, Woodside informed that the liquefied natural gas (LNG) production has started from Train 2 of the Chevron-operated Wheatstone project, located in Western Australia. Woodside holds 13% in Wheatstone.

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