One of Australia’s leading oil and gas companies, Quadrant Energy has a primary focus on activities in the Exmouth and Carnarvon Basins offshore north Western Australia.
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|Product:||Domestic gas, oil and condensate|
|Location:||95km west of Dampier in Western Australia’s northwest|
Varanus Island is surrounded by network of fixed production platforms which feed gas, oil and condensate into the Island's facilities for processing. Key facilities include those that support the Quadrant Energy-operated John Brooks, Harriet and East Spar Joint Ventures. The Varanus Island has a reliable capacity of 290TJ of gas per day. Oil and condensate are stored on the island and transferred to tankers for direct export, while natural gas is transported into the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipleline and the Goldfields Gas Transmission pipeline. Varanus also provides a support base for a number of Quadrant Energy’s offshore operations across the North West Shelf.
|Product:||Domestic gas and condensate|
|Location:||45km southwest of Dampier in northwest Western Australia|
Devil Creek Domestic Gas Plant comprises a two train facility with a reliable capacity of 140TJ of gas per day, raw gas supply pipeline and a sales gas export pipeline. Raw natural gas is processed at the plant before being supplied into the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline. Gas condensate, a second commercial product, is also exported by road. Quadrant Energy (55%) operates the Reindeer/Devil Creek development in joint venture with Santos (45%).
|Location:||Onslow, 210km southwest of Dampier in northwest Western Australia|
Quadrant Energy has a 28.6% interest in the BHP Billiton-operated Macedon Domestic Gas Plant, which is supplied with natural gas from a discovery in offshore production licence WA-42-L. The Macedon field feeds gas via a 75km subsea pipeline to processing facilities located in the Ashburton North Industrial Estate, near Onslow. The plant has a design capacity of 200TJ of gas per day, and feeds into the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline servicing the Western Australian domestic gas market.
|Location:||Stationed 40km north of the North West Cape in Western Australia.|
Quadrant Energy operates and has a 52.5% interest in the Van Gogh and Coniston/Novara fields and the Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel Ningaloo Vision, with joint venture participants INPEX. The vessel’s facilities separate, stabilise and dehydrate oil and gas drawn from the subsea fields. Oil is stored on board, and periodically offloaded to tankers, while gases are reinjected. Design processing capacity is 150,000 barrels per day, including 63,000 barrels of oil, and total oil storage capacity up to 540,000 barrels. Production from the Van Gogh oil field commenced in 2010, with and was augmented in 2015 by the tie-back of the Coniston/Novara developments.
|Location:||Stationed 25km north of the North West Cape in Western Australia|
Quadrant Energy has a 28.6% interest in the BHP Billiton Petroleum-operated Pyrenees project, comprising the Crosby, Ravensworth and Stickle oil fields and the Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel Pyrenees Venture, which has a nominal production capacity of 100,000 barrels of oil per day. Part of the Ravensworth field is located in production licence WA-43-L, operated by BHP Billiton (40%) in JV with Quadrant Energy (31.5%) and INPEX (28.5%).