- 36” ND Condabri Lateral coal seam gas pipeline 78 km in length.
- 30” ND Woleebee Lateral coal seam gas pipeline 92 km in length.
- 42” ND Main Pipeline coal seam gas pipeline 360 km in length.
- 24” ND Spring Gully 2 to Reedy Hub (via Taloona) Lateral Pipeline coal seam gas pipeline 71.4 km in length.
- 18” ND Fairview CS3 to Spring Gully coal seam gas pipeline 27.3 km in length.
- 18” ND Spring Gully to Taloona coal seam gas pipeline 12.2 km in length.
- 4 nos. Main Line Valve Stations, 13 nos. Scraper Stations and various facilities for each pipeline.
- Connections for future compression at the APLNG Hub and at the mid-line scraper stations on the Main Pipeline.
- Connection points for gas sourced from various CSG production facilities and carried to the Main Pipeline System via the Infield Piping Works (IPW).
- Associated pig launchers and receivers (scraper stations).
- Main Line Valves (MLV) and remote pipeline vent facilities.
- Delivery point facility (Pig Receiver Station) at Curtis Island (not including metering, filtering, pressure reduction and/or flow control).
- Installation of a single fibre optic cable along the mainline and laterals right of way with connections to all associated termination points.
- Associated facilities (civil, mechanical and E&I works).
APLNG worked with the MCJV from January 2010 to August 2011 in an integrated team environment to complete the Early Works scope of the project in accordance with the Early Works Contract. The Early Works scope included field development optimization, FEED, approvals and land access, scheduling, long lead procurement and pricing the EPC scope.
The entire 530 km high pressure main gas transmission pipeline became a single, continuous structure linking Curtis Island with the Condabri gas fields.
Through the dedication, commitment and collaboration between Australia Pacific LNG and CCC and its partner McConnell Dowell, the Environment Management team from Australia Pacific LNG received an Australia Biosecurity Award.