We are progressing new projects to help meet Australia’s growing gas demand.
The South East Australia Carbon Capture Hub
Bass StraitIn 1965 an Esso/BHP Billiton joint venture drilled Australia's first offshore well and discovered the Barracouta gas field in Bass Strait.
Longford PlantsLongford, with its three gas plants and one crude oil stabilisation plant, is one of the most important industrial facilities in Australia.
Long Island PointOpened 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.
Gorgon projectThe project is developing the Gorgon and Jansz-Io fields, located between 130 and 200 kilometres off the northwestern coast of Western Australia.
Decommissioning in Bass Strait
Natural gas – an essential energy source
Victorian homes and businesses rely heavily on natural gas. As Australia's energy landscape transitions, this presents a challenge, but also a unique opportunity. Natural gas will continue to play an essential role maintaining the energy security Victorians are used to as we progress towards a lower emissions future.
A cleaner energy option
More than $18 billion invested
ExxonMobil has invested more than $18 billion in major gas projects such as the Kipper Tuna Turrum and West Barracouta Projects in Victoria and the Gorgon Project in Western Australia, to develop Australia’s natural gas resources and deliver cleaner-burning energy.