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Pluto-DBNGP connection facility opens

Pluto LNG operator Woodside enlisted DBNGP operator Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) to undertake a front-end engineering design study to convert an existing outlet meter station to an inlet facility.

The resulting Pluto Inlet Station now has the capacity to supply up to 25 TJ per day via the DBNGP to the natural gas market.

The new Pluto Inlet Station

AGIG Chief Customer Officer Andrew Staniford said the project had expanded the market’s capacity for natural gas consumption.

“Delivering the successful commissioning of the Pluto facility for Woodside demonstrates continued project success for AGIG and a greater diversification of gas sources available to the WA market,” he said.

For more information visit the AGIG website.

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