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Woodside to supply gas to Perdaman for use in Western Australia urea plant

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World Fertilizer,


Woodside Energy Ltd has entered into a long-term gas sale and purchase agreement (GSPA) with Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers Pty Ltd for the supply of pipeline gas for a term of 20 years.

The GSPA is for a quantity of approximately 125 TJ of gas per day for use in Perdaman’s proposed 2 million tpy urea plant on the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia. Gas will be supplied from Woodside’s portfolio and primarily sourced from Woodside’s proposed Scarborough development. The agreement is subject to a number of conditions and supply will commence between 2023 and 2025.

Execution of the GSPA follows a memorandum of understanding signed between Woodside and Perdaman in April 2018.

Woodside CEO, Peter Coleman, said: “This is a significant domestic gas sale and represents another step towards the delivery of the proposed Burrup Hub. The realisation of our vision for the hub will ensure that the world-class North West Shelf and Pluto facilities on the Burrup Peninsula are positioned to meet both domestic gas and global LNG demand for decades to come.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/project-news/20112018/woodside-to-supply-gas-to-perdaman-for-use-in-western-australia-urea-plant/

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