Latest news from MEPAU in the Mid West
As part of the proposed Waitsia Gas Project – Stage 2, AWE is undertaking gas well testing in the Pye Road, Irwin area.
The independently facilitated Shire of Irwin Community Roundtable has got off to a strong start.
Commercial gas sales from Stage 1A of the Waitsia gas project have commenced and the development was delivered on time and within the approved budget of $18 million.
AWE is taking part in the Mingenew Mid West Expo, the largest agricultural field day in Western Australia’s Mid West.
AWE Limited has finalised decommissioning and rehabilitation works at its Drover-01 exploration site, in preparation for handing back the site to the landowner for agricultural use.
AWE has commenced construction work on Stage 1A of the Waitsia Gas Project with groundwork underway for the gas pipeline, which will transfer gas from the Waitsia-01 and the Senecio-03 wells to the Xyris Production Facility (XPF).
AWE Limited is delivering on its commitment to the economic development of the Mid West region by awarding service contracts totaling approximately $6 million to local Mid West businesses for Stage 1A of the company’s Waitsia Gas Project.
As part of AWE’s commitment to ongoing engagement with the Mid West community about our operations and forward plans for Stage 1A of the Waitsia Gas Project, we’re holding a Community Information Exchange Session next week.
AWE and its joint venture partner Origin Energy have made the Final Investment Decision (FID) for Stage 1A of the Waitsia gas field development project, the Waitsia Gas Project.
AWE is proud to co-fund and participate in a CSIRO/University of Western Australia baseline monitoring project.
A new template agreement for land access is now available for use by WA landowners and petroleum explorers.
AWE has flow tested the second zone in the Waitsia-01 appraisal well, the Kingia formation, to further assess the conventional Waitsia gas discovery.
AWE has commenced its flow testing program for the Waitsia-01 appraisal well to further assess the potential of the Waitsia gas discovery in the onshore Perth Basin, Western Australia.
AWE took part in the Shire of Irwin’s Oil and Gas Expo which connected local community members and stakeholders with a range of information in relation to the local oil and gas industry and its operations.
AWE is preparing to commence a production test (flow test) of the Waitsia-01 appraisal well in late September, which will potentially become a production well.
An update on our groundwater monitoring program at the Drover-01 exploration well site located in the Shire of Coorow, approximately 18km southeast of Green Head and 220km north of Perth.
AWE and its joint venture partner, Titan Energy, have announced that the Drover-01 exploration well near Green Head will not be hydraulically fracture stimulated, as initially planned and approved, and will proceed to be decommissioned and the site rehabilitated.
The Waitsia-01 appraisal well, drilled in May/June this year, delivered positive results confirming the initial evaluation of the Waitsia gas field as well as identifying the potential for further upside.