The Kipper Tuna Turrum Project is the largest domestic gas development on the eastern seaboard.
Opened in 1970, the Long Island Point plant, situated near Hastings, 75 kilometres south-east of Melbourne, plays a vital role in the Bass Strait production line.
Learn more about the Gorgon and Scarborough Projects.
Longford, with its three gas plants and one crude oil stabilisation plant, is one of the most important industrial facilities in Australia.
The Barry Beach Marine Terminal is the main supply depot for our Bass Strait oil and gas operations.
To date, more than four billion barrels of crude oil and around eight trillion cubic feet of gas have been produced. And our future remains bright - with Bass Strait continuing to supply vital energy to Australians for more decades to come.