Gorgon and Jansz Feed Gas Pipeline

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The Gorgon and Jansz Feed Gas Pipeline is an operating natural gas pipeline.[1]


The pipeline runs from the undersea Gorgon Gas Field and the undersea Jansz-Io Gas Field to Barrow Island, Western Australia, and from Barrow Island to the Dampier to Bunbury Gas Pipeline in Dampier, Western Australia.

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Project Details

  • Operator: Chevron
  • Parent Company: Chevron
  • Current Capacity: 300 terajoules per day (277.4 million cubic feet per day)
  • Length: 137 Miles / 220 kilometers
  • Status: Operating
  • Start Year: 2017


The Gorgon and Jansz Feed Gas Pipeline is owned and operated by Chevron.[2] The pipeline gathers gas from the Greater Gorgon gas fields and delivers it to the Barrow Island LNG Facility.[3] 'Greater Gorgon' refers to a grouping of several gas fields, including Gorgon, Chandon, Geryon, Orthrus, Maenad, Eurytion, Urania, Chrysaor, Dionysus, Jansz-Io, and West Tryal Rocks, situated in the Barrow sub-basin of the Carnarvon Basin. The Gorgon field is centered about 130 km off the northwest coast of Western Australia, where the water depth is approximately 200 m (120 ft.).

The Gorgon and Jansz-Io gas fields are estimated to contain 35.3 trillion cubic feet (990 billion cubic meters) of natural gas and may have a lifespan of 60 years.[4]

Articles and resources


  1. First gas from Gorgon, Maritime Executive, Mar. 7, 2016
  2. Gorgon And Jansz Feed Gas Pipeline Operations, Chevron, Sep. 12, 2016
  3. "Gorgon, Northern Carnarvon Basin". Offshore-technology.com. SPG Media Limited. Retrieved 2008-06-16.
  4. "Gorgon To Drive Australian LNG Asia-Export Surge" (PDF). JPT. November 2010. Retrieved 2011-06-02.

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