Australia Pacific LNG is a joint venture between three oil and gas companies: ConocoPhillips (47.5%), Origin (27.5%) and Sinopec (25%).
Origin is responsible for the operation of the Australia Pacific LNG gas fields and main gas transmission pipeline. In addition to the Australia Pacific LNG business, Origin has diverse operations across the energy supply chain; from gas exploration and production to power generation and energy retailing.
Origin is Australia’s leading integrated energy company with 4.3 million customers, 6,000 MW of owned and contracted generation capacity, and is one of Australia’s most experienced CSG producers with over 15 years’ experience in Queensland.
Responsible for the construction and operation of the two train LNG facility on Curtis Island, ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent exploration and production company, based on proved reserves and production of liquids and natural gas.
ConocoPhillips explores for, develops, and produces crude oil and natural gas globally, and has more than 25 years of working experience with CSG and over 45 years’ experience in LNG. ConocoPhillips brings its proven Optimized Cascade® Process LNG technology to Australia Pacific LNG, to convert the CSG into LNG. It also brings its knowledge and experience of LNG production and exporting from its existing LNG facility located in Darwin, in the Northern Territory and in Kenai, Alaska.
Sinopec joined Australia Pacific LNG in April 2011 as the foundation customer and later as part equity owner.
Sinopec Group is China’s second largest crude oil and natural gas producer and China’s largest petroleum products and chemicals producer and supplier.
China Petrochemical Corporation (Sinopec Group) is an energy and petrochemical company with major business activities including exploration, production, storage, oil and natural gas, oil refining, transportation, trade, distribution and sales of refined products as well as the production, distribution and trade of petrochemical products.