Apache commissions Devil Creek gas plant

By OGJ editors

Apache Energy Ltd. has commissioned the Devil Creek Gas Plant in Western Australia (OGJ Online, Oct. 14, 2010).

The two-train plant can process 200 MMcfd of natural gas and 1,000 b/d of condensate.

It will receive gas from offshore Reindeer field via a 105-km subsea pipeline. The plant is linked with a trunkline between Dampier and Bunbury.

Apache Energy, West Perth, a subsidiary of Apache Corp., has a 55% interest in the project. Santos Ltd., Adelaide, holds 45%.

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