Bayu-Undan to Darwin Pipeline

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The Bayu-Undan to Darwin Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.[1]


The pipeline runs from the Joint Petroleum Development Area in the Timor Sea between Australia and Timor-Leste to the Darwin LNG facility in Darwin, Northern Territory.

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Project Details

  • Operator: ConocoPhillips
  • Parent Company: ConocoPhillips (56.72%), Eni (12.04%), Santos (10.64%), INPEX (10.53%), Tokyo Electric Power and Tokyo Gas (10.08%)
  • Current Capacity: 556 terajoules per day (514.1 million cubic feet per day)
  • Length: 311 Miles / 500 kilometers
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2005


The pipeline is operated by ConocoPhillips, and owned by ConocoPhillips (56.72%), Eni (12.04%), Santos (10.64%), INPEX (10.53%), and Tokyo Electric Power and Tokyo Gas (10.08%).[2] The supply of gas from the Bayu-Undan field is expected to run dry by 2023, after which ConocoPhillips has proposed repurposing the pipeline to carry gas from the Barossa gas field and a new floating LNG facility (FLNG) to be built above the Barossa gas field.[3]

Articles and resources


  1. Bayu-Undan Pipeline, ConocoPhillips, accessed March 2018
  2. Bayu Undan Gas Field, A Barrel Full, accessed March 2018
  3. Darwin LNG to get life extension as Barossa gas project comes good, Financial Review, Nov. 10, 2017

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