Chevron Australia has released updates on the progress of the Gorgon and Wheatstone LNG projects.

The Gorgon Project is now 87 per cent complete. All LNG Train 1 and common modules required for first gas are on their foundations and work is continuing on their connections. Delivery of modules for Train 2 is also continuing with 11 of the 17 modules on their foundations.

LNG Tank 1 is now awaiting product. LNG Tank 2 is expected to achieve that same status by the end of January 2015. The five turbine generators are all installed and the jetty is essentially complete. In addition, 11 of 17 Train 2 modules have been received and installed.

Seven of the ten wells at the Jansz-lo field and seven of the eight wells at the Gorgon field are ready to produce. The Jansz-lo field is now connected to the LNG plant following the final tie-in welds between the offshore and cross-island pipeline systems. The Gorgon pipeline system is being prepared for a similar tie-in.

The Wheatstone Project is 49 per cent complete. The Materials Offloading Facility is 100 percent operational. And, the upstream drilling campaign, the fabrication of the platform, site preparation and construction of the LNG tanks are all on schedule.

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