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Chevron Gains Stakes in Three Carbon Capture Projects Offshore Australia

Chevron Gains Stakes in Three Carbon Capture Projects Offshore Australia

Chevron Corp. has snagged a stake in three joint ventures to develop carbon capture projects offshore Australia. The greenhouse gas (GHG) assessment permits granted to Chevron Australia Pty Ltd. are for offshore blocks covering nearly 7.8 million acres. Two permits are for work in the Carnarvon Basin off the northwestern coast and one is for…

September 12, 2022
Chevron Says Gorgon’s Five LNG Trains Online, Readying Growth in Permian and Beyond

Chevron Says Gorgon’s Five LNG Trains Online, Readying Growth in Permian and Beyond

Following repairs, all five of Chevron Corp.’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains at the Gorgon export project in Australia are online, the Upstream chief said Friday. Executive Vice President Jay Johnson discussed the progress at Gorgon during a second quarter conference call.  Chevron, which operates Gorgon with a 47.3% stake, took it temporarily offline last…

July 30, 2021

Chevron Moving Ahead With Gorgon Compression Project — The Offtake

A roundup of news and commentary from NGI’s LNG Insight Chevron Corp. said Friday it would move ahead with a $4 billion project to boost compression from its Jansz-Io field in Australia. The project would take about five years to complete and is aimed at maintaining supplies to the three liquefaction trains at the company’s…

July 2, 2021
Chevron Says Gorgon, Wheatstone LNG Facilities Producing Above Capacity, with More Opportunities in Eastern Med

Chevron Says Gorgon, Wheatstone LNG Facilities Producing Above Capacity, with More Opportunities in Eastern Med

Chevron Corp. disclosed this week that both of its liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities in Australia are producing above their nameplate capacity. The San Ramon, CA-based supermajor has increased the initial capacity of the three-train Gorgon development by 5%, while the capacity at the two-train Wheatstone project has grown to 9% above nameplate. Upstream chief…

March 11, 2021
Chevron Nears Ramp of One Gorgon LNG Train, Eyes Opportunities for Eastern Med Natural Gas

Chevron Nears Ramp of One Gorgon LNG Train, Eyes Opportunities for Eastern Med Natural Gas

Chevron Corp. continues to see lower demand for oil and natural gas from Covid-19, but it is focusing on what it can control, CEO Michael Wirth said. The San Ramon, CA-based major issued its third quarter results Friday, highlighting the completion of its takeover of Noble Energy Inc. and the startup of some alternative energy…

October 30, 2020
LNG Market Tightens with Cameron, Sabine Pass and Gorgon Terminals Still Offline

LNG Market Tightens with Cameron, Sabine Pass and Gorgon Terminals Still Offline

The global market is tightening with three major liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities offline in the United States and Australia, supporting a price rally that began last month as fundamentals started improving.  The Sabine Pass and Cameron LNG terminals on the Gulf Coast, the two largest in the United States with a combined export capacity…

September 4, 2020
Chevron Launches Second Stage Australia Drilling Campaign for Gorgon LNG

Chevron Launches Second Stage Australia Drilling Campaign for Gorgon LNG

Chevron Australia and joint venture partners in the Gorgon natural gas export project in Australia on Tuesday launched the second stage drilling campaign off the northwest coast of the country.

May 28, 2019
Chevron Bullish on Asian LNG Demand as Gorgon, Wheatstone Deliver

Chevron Bullish on Asian LNG Demand as Gorgon, Wheatstone Deliver

Chevron Corp. is hitting the sweet spot for natural gas exports in Australia, in close proximity to thirsty Asian markets, and is in no hurry to look elsewhere for opportunities to expand, including on the U.S. Gulf Coast, the midstream chief said Friday.

April 27, 2018
Chevron, Partners to Expand Gorgon LNG Project in Australia

Chevron, Partners to Expand Gorgon LNG Project in Australia

Chevron Corp. and its joint venture partners plan to expand the Gorgon liquefied natural gas export (LNG) project off the northwest coast of Western Australia.

April 16, 2018
Chevron Looking for More LNG Buyers as Gorgon Ramps Up

Chevron Looking for More LNG Buyers as Gorgon Ramps Up

Chevron Corp. expects to begin shipping natural gas next week from the massive Gorgon Project offshore Western Australia to buyers that are more concerned about reliability of supply than chasing short-term price cycles, executives said Tuesday.

March 8, 2016
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