AUSTRALIA – BEACH DELIVERS ADDITIONAL GAS TO EAST COAST GAS MARKET
Beach Energy has connected the offshore Otway Basin Thylacine North 1 and 2 development wells to the Otway Gas Plant and is now delivering additional gas into the East Coast gas market. Four of the six Otway development wells that were drilled as part of the major drilling campaign in FY22 are now connected and have increased well deliverability for the Otway Gas Plant. Beach is currently reviewing its preferred approach to connect the final two wells, which will require either the repair or replacement of a flowline. An update will be provided following completion of this review.
The Otway Basin is an onshore and offshore basin which extends approximately 500 kilometres from Cape Jaffa in South Australia to north-west Tasmania.
In Victoria, Beach’s operations in the Otway Basin involve natural gas production from the Halladale and Speculant natural gas fields, as well as the Geographe and Thylacine gas fields, with natural gas being piped and processed at the Otway Gas Plant near Port Campbell.
(Source and image: Beach Energy – Thylacine platform in the Otway Basin/C. Knezevic)
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