Arrow Energy Holdings Pty Ltd
Arrow Energy is an unlisted company owned by Shell and
PetroChina and is one of the largest integrated energy companies in
2010 in a takeover valued at $5 billion Royal Dutch Shell and PetroChina form a 50/50 joint venture
partnership to acquire 100 per cent of Arrow enabling Arrow
to deliver a mega CSG to LNG project - the Arrow LNG
Arrows activities are focused on the exploration, extraction
and use of CSG in Queensland, which will underpin the
planned Arrow LNG project.
The project is comprised of five
Surat Gas Project
Staged development of up to
7,500 wells in the Surat Basin
Bowen Gas Project
development of more than 6,600 wells near Arrows
existing Moranbah Gas Project.
500km pipeline transporting CSG
from the Surat Basin to the Arrow LNG Plan
Arrow Bowen Pipeline
pipeline transporting CSG from the Bowen Basin to the
Arrow LNG Plant
Arrow LNG Plant
liquefaction plant on Curtis
Island, off Gladstone, processing CSG to LNG for shipping to
overseas markets as a cleaner form of energy
The Curtis Island, Gladstone project will take CSG from Arrow's producing fields in
the Surat and Bowen basins to a facility on Curtis Island
via two major pipelines, for conversion to LNG and export to
Arrow has five gas production fields in the
Bowen basins in Queensland.
Arrow provides about 20 per cent of Queenslands gas supply,
mainly for electricity generation.
In the Surat Basin, Arrow has four production fields and
supplies the Daandine, Braemar and Braemar 2 power stations.
Arrow owns and operates Braemar 2 and has take-off rights at
Arrow (ASX Code: AOE) listed on the ASX in 2000 following
the granting of Arrow's first Surat Basin tenure, ATP 683. The
granting of ATP 676 (Chinchilla) soon followed. BHP has farm-in
rights to ATP 364 in the Bowen Basin.
Arrow subsidiaries include Australian CH4 Pty Ltd, CBM Pty Ltd.
and BNG Pty Ltd. Arrow acquired
CH4 Gas Limited (ASX Code: CHX) in a friendly take over in
Bow Energy NL (ASX Code: BOW) lists on the ASX. Bow
was created as a spin-off petroleum company when Arrow focused on CSG project development.
Bow takes Arrow's conventional
Petroleum Lease in the Bowen Basin PL 191.
Petroleum Lease in the Surat Basin PL 194.
CH4 and BHP sign an agreement to form the Moranbah Gas
Project Joint Venture project – Townsville's sole supplier of
natural gas. Arrow owns the Townsville (Yabulu) Power Station in a 50/50 joint venture with AGL
Moranbah to Gladstone for Arrow and AGL's joint venture - The Moranbah Gas Project.
Arrow runs the Kogan North CSG pilot project between
Dalby and Chinchilla.
The Arrow Surat Pipeline transports CSG from gas fields in
the Surat Basin to Gladstone
2005 - Arrow's first reverse osmosis (RO) plant at
Tipton West in the Surat Basin.
Arrow purchases Theten, a 12,000 acre mixed cropping and
grazing property. Theten goes on to become Arrow's central
research centre and the site of coexistence demonstrations
that include pitless drilling, pad drilling and irrigation
projects using treated CSG water. Theten was originally
called The Ten.
In just over a decade, Arrow has become an
internationally-backed, experienced industry leader, well-placed to
deliver a multi-billion dollar CSG to LNG project.