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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The liquefaction facility will produce up to 16 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) of LNG, and includes the phased construction of up to four trains or processing plants on its Curtis Island site. Stage 1 includes the construction of two trains of around 4mtpa of LNG each on the Arrow site at Boatshed Point.

Technical Details

  • Storage capacity:
  • Constructor:
    • A joint venture of CB&I with Chiyoda Corporation and Saipem S.p.A., was awarded the contract for Preparation and Supply of the Project Specification
  • Licensor: Shell's liquefaction process DMR (Dual Mixed Refrigerant) process is used in this project


  • 2010 - Engineering companies invited to tender for early design works
  • 2011 - Contract for Preparation and Supply of the Project Specification awarded
  • 2011 - Arrow acquires Bow Energy, which will enable expansion of the project
  • 2013 - Queensland Government approval granted for the project

Ongoing Projects/Project Status

  • Preparatory work is underway
  • First LNG export from Trains 1&2 expected in 2020

Suppliers / Customers

  • Suppliers:
    • The proposed Arrow Energy LNG plant on Curtis Island will be supplied with coal seam gas from Arrow Energy reserves located in the Surat Basin in South East Queensland and the Bowen Basin in Central Queensland.
  • Customers:

Other Information

  • Following the acquistion of Bow energy, Arrow has enough reserves to increase the size of the project

Relevant Links

  1. Chiyoda LNG References
  2. Project Webpage
  3. Shell, PetroChina Invite Tenders For LNG Project Early Works
  4. CB&I Joint Venture Awarded Contract for Arrow LNG Liquefaction Plant Project in Australia
  5. Arrow Energy welcomes approval from Bow Energy shareholders
  6. Arrow’s LNG plant gains State approval

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