Scarborough Gas Field (Western Australia, Australia)

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Scarborough Gas Field is an in development gas field in Western Australia, Australia.

Scarborough is a part of the Scarborough complex.

Project Details

Main Data

Table 1: Field-level project details for Scarborough Gas Field

*Final Investment Decision
Unit name Status Operator Owner Discovery year FID* year Production start year
Scarborough In development[1] Woodside Energy[2] Woodside Energy (90.0%); LJ Scarborough Pty Ltd (10.0%)[3] 1979[4] 2021[5] 2026 (expected)[6]

Production and Reserves

Table 2: Reserves of Scarborough Gas Field

million m³ = million cubic meters
Fuel Description Reserve Classification Quantity Units Data Year Source
gas reserves 314314.03 million m³ 2020 [7]

Table 3: Production from Scarborough Gas Field

million m³/y = million cubic meters per year
Category Fuel Description Quantity Units Data Year Source
production design capacity gas 14.86 million m³/y 2025 [1]


Table 4: field-level location details for Scarborough Gas Field

Concession/Block Location Coordinates (WGS 84)
WA-61-L; WA-62-L[6] Western Australia, Australia[4] -19.8839, 113.147 (exact)[4]

The map below shows the exact location of the field(s) within the Scarborough complex:

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Articles and Resources

Additional data

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