NT: DLNG to PWC Pipeline

NT: DLNG to PWC Pipeline

The DLNG to PWC pipeline (also known as Darwin LNG Lateral) is a lateral transmission pipeline in the north region of the Northern Territory. The pipeline is owned by ConocoPhilips Pipeline Australia. At present the only pipeline connected to the DLNG to PWC pipeline capable of the transmission of gas is the Bayu-Undan to Darwin Pipeline.

The pipeline has a nameplate rating of 84 TJ per day. The Bayu DLNG to PWC Pipeline is currently a non-scheme pipeline, and is subject to the access regime for non-scheme pipelines under Chapter 6 of the NGL and Part 23 of the NGR.

On 13 August 2019, the AER granted a 5 year category 3 exemption under the NGR for the DLNG to PWC Pipeline and was revoked on 6 March 2020. On the same date, the AER granted new category 1 and 2 exemptions for the DLNG to PWC Upstream Pipeline and category 2 exemption for DLNG to PWC Downstream Pipeline.

Pipeline details

State:

NT

Type:

Transmission

Capacity:

84 TJ/day

Regulation:

Non-scheme

Additional Regulation:

Category 3

Owner:

ConocoPhilips Pipeline Australia Pty Ltd

Length:

1.8 km

Gas Type:

LNG

Contact us

Piepline owner's links

Title Date Documents
AER letter to ConocoPhillips re DLNG to PWC Pipeline 2019-08-13
AER letter to ConocoPhillips re exemption application - DLNG to PWC pipelines 2020-03-06
Darwin LNG - Map 2023-03-16
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