The North West Shelf Project facilities include the Karratha Gas Plant where liquefied natural gas, condensate and liquefied petroleum gas is produced.
The North West Shelf Project commenced domestic gas production from the Karratha Gas Plant in 1984.
Over the past 25 years the North West Shelf Project has delivered more than 4000 LNG cargoes to the Asia Pacific region.
Japanese foundation customers have played an integral role in the success of the North West Shelf Project.
North West Shelf Gas has proudly supported the WA Youth Jazz Orchestra since 2009.
The North Rankin Complex is one of the largest offshore gas facilities in the world.
The first cargo of North West Shelf LNG left the Karratha Gas Plant onboard the Northwest Sanderling for delivery to Japan in 1989.
Since 1984 the Karratha Gas Plant has supplied gas into the Dampier Bunbury Pipeline for delivery to households and businesses across Western Australia.