Ichthys LNG Project updates

Community Bulletin 207

Strong progress has been made in 2016 across all scopes of work on the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG Facilities.

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Ichthys Project Bulletin December 2016

It’s been a year of important milestones for the INPEX-operated Ichthys LNG Project. New agreements have been signed to support ongoing opportunities for the Territory during the Project’s 40 year operating life. Read about a local business securing a new contract, construction progress on the Project and fundraising efforts.

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Community Bulletin 206

JKC’s longest standing community partnership was recently extended, with naming rights sponsorship of Wanderers Football Club’s junior program moving into its fifth year for the 2016/17 NTFL season.

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Community Bulletin 205

The permanent INPEX Operations complex at Bladin Point has come a long way since the ground breaking ceremony in April 2014, and is now in the final stages of construction with commissioning underway.

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Community Bulletin 204

Twenty-five Ichthys LNG Project workers raised almost $54,000 for a children’s cancer charity during October.

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Community Bulletin 203

Jeremy Brown is one of eight locals combining study with on the job training as part of the second intake of the JKC Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) White Collar Traineeship Program.

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Community Bulletin 202

The Variety NT Buslink VIVO Bash 2016 - Surf to Sunset was a resounding success, with 30 teams raising more than $372,000 for children in the Northern Territory growing up with disability, serious illness or disadvantage.

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Ichthys Project Bulletin October 2016

With the safe arrival of the final modules, the Ichthys LNG Project has entered the final phase of construction in Darwin. Read about new education initiatives and an Australian technology-first delivering leading-edge communications.

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Community Bulletin 200

Billy Mitchell and Tyler Moon are just two of more than 4,000 locals making the most of the opportunities the Ichthys LNG Project is offering.

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Community Bulletin 198

The largest module of the final three shipments was offloaded at Bladin Point on Saturday morning. The 5,100 tonne fractionation module will be used as part of the first LNG processing train to separate ethane, propane and butane after the gas has been treated.

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