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    Gorgon Project

    Greenhouse Gas Emissions Management

    John Cain

    ChevronNovember 1, 2006

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    Chevrons Climate Change Position and Action Plan

    Position: We at Chevron Corporation are responding to increasing climate change concerns by integrating an action-based approach into our business strategy

    4-Fold Action Plan

    Support flexible & economically sound policies and mechanisms that protect the environment

    Reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) and

    increase energy efficiency

    Invest in research, development, and improved technology

    Pursue business opportunities in promising innovative energy

    technologies

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    Greater Gorgon Development Plan

    0 50N

    kilometres

    Gorgon Field

    Subsea tie-backto Barrow Island

    2 x 5mtpa LNG trains & CO2 Injection on

    Barrow Island

    Domestic Gas Connectionto the mainland

    North WestShelf

    AUSTRALIA

    Existing Domestic Pipeline

    LNGExports

    Jansz Field

    Karratha

    Onslow

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    GHG Management Strategy

    Gorgon GHG Management Strategy continues to guide decision making

    LNG process technology & gas turbine & waste heat recovery configuration

    Major drivers of plant efficiency Represent currently applied

    best practice but not unproven or leading edge practice

    Injection of reservoir CO2 is an opportunity to significantly reduce Gorgon GHG emissions

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    GHG Emissions - Efficiency Improvements

    0.89

    0.08

    0.06

    0.20

    0.20

    0.35

    0.07

    0.0

    0.1

    0.2

    0.3

    0.4

    0.5

    0.6

    0.7

    0.8

    0.9

    1.0

    1998 Concept -Greenhouse Challenge

    Agreement

    Use of Sub-SeaProduction System

    LNG TechnologyImprovement

    Improved Waste HeatRecovery

    Reservoir CO2 injection Reference CaseEmissions Efficiency

    Potential for FurtherReductions Based onPerformance Targets

    Tonnes

    CO

    2e

    / Tonne

    LNG

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    GHG Emissions LNG Benchmarking

    0.440.46

    0.07

    5

    0.07

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    0.07

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    0.07

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    75

    0.07

    5

    0.59

    0.49

    0.35 0.35

    0.390.39

    0.360.34

    0.28

    0.22

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    0.1

    0.2

    0.3

    0.4

    0.5

    0.6

    0.7

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    Australian LNG

    International LNG Developments

    Gorgon Development

    Tonnes

    CO

    2e

    / Tonne

    LNG

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    Gorgon Gas Processing and CO2 Injection

    Greater Gorgon Gas Fields

    Inlet Gas/Liquid Separation CO2 Removal Liquefaction LNG Storage

    Domestic Gas Customer

    Sub-sea Pipeline

    CO2Compression

    Injection Wells

    Dupuy Formation

    CO2Pipeline Injection of between 2.7 & 3.2

    million tonnes CO2 per annum

    Alternative greenhouse abatement options are more costly than CO2injection and have greater future price uncertainty and security

    Gorgon will still emit ~ 3.5 to 4 million tonnes CO2 per annum

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    Regulation

    Barrow Island Act 2003 provides:

    Legislative mechanism for CO2 conveyance & underground disposal by injection

    Ongoing management by the BI Act Minister

    Provision for Minister to place conditions or restrictions on the CO2 disposal

    Conditions of approval will establish the regulatory framework

    Areas where existing regulations can be applied

    Federal & State environmental laws

    State occupational health & safety laws

    State petroleum pipelines laws (enabled by the BI Act)

    State regulations for petroleum wells & geophysical surveys

    Process in the PSLA for ongoing reservoir management

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    CO2 Injection Development Concept

    Subject to Environmental, State Government and Joint Venture approval

    CO2 compressors and pumps integrated into gas processing facility

    7 injection wells drilled from 2 or 3 drill pads

    CO2 pipelines

    Fit for purpose monitoring program

    Commitment to make data from the ongoing monitoring available to the public

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    Target reservoir for CO2 injection

    2300m

    SHALE / SILTSONE (Seals)CARBONATE

    SANDSTONE

    GREENSAND

    Barrow Island Stratigraphy

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    Containment Mechanisms

    Solution of CO2 into formation water

    Residual gas trapping

    Mineralogical trapping

    Large scale geometric trapping below formation seals

    1mm

    Fine-grained sandstone

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    Reservoir Simulation

    Reservoir SimulationSingle injection well simulationFull reservoir simulation

    Pressure fieldDisplaced formation water

    Deviations from simulation predictions

    High permeability layersDown dip migrationExisting wells

    Perforans

    Reference Injection IntervalLower Dupuy

    Upper Massive Sand

    Upper Dupuy

    Basal Barrow Shale

    Barrow Group

    Lower Dupuy ShalePerforans

    Reference Injection IntervalLower Dupuy

    Upper Massive Sand

    Upper Dupuy

    Basal Barrow Shale

    Barrow Group

    Lower Dupuy Shale

    W

    E

    W

    E

    W

    E

    DM E-W : 5yrsDM E-W : 5yrs

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    Dupuy Formation 5 Years

    DM E-W : 5

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    DM E-W : 5

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    100

    010

    00

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    0 50 5

    (Km)

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    Dupuy Formation 25 Years

    DM E-W : 25

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0(m

    )

    0 5

    (Km)

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    Dupuy Formation 50 Years

    DM E-W : 50

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    DM E-W : 50

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    100

    010

    00

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    0 50 5

    (Km)

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    Dupuy Formation 100 Years

    DM E-W : 100

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    DM E-W : 100

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    100

    010

    00

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    0 50 5

    (Km)

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    Dupuy Formation 500 Years

    DM E-W : 500

    CO2 Plume

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    Perforans Siltstone:

    100

    0

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    DM E-W : 500

    CO2 Plume

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    Perforans Siltstone:

    100

    0

    (m)

    100

    010

    00

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    0 50 5

    (Km)

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    Dupuy Formation 1000 Years

    DM E-W : 1000

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    DM E-W : 1000

    CO2 Plume

    Perforans Siltstone:

    UDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLDUDUD

    UMSUMS

    UMSUMS

    LDLD

    100

    0

    (m)

    100

    010

    00

    (m)

    0 5

    (Km)

    0 50 5

    (Km)

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    Monitoring

    Monitoring technologies will evolve over the life of the project

    A comprehensive CO2 monitoring program (todays technology) has been developed focused on seismic technology & observation wells

    Monitoring to be undertaken in accordance with Barrow Island Act & State Agreement land disturbance provisions

    Draft EIS/ERMP contains a reference case based on repeat 3D seismic surveys

    Use of pre-existing roads etc wherever possible for source lines

    Hand carrying all receiver equipment from source line access

    Estimated 81km (approx. 35Ha) of new source lines

    Includes marine (transition zone) acquisition

    Likely initial surveys will be acquired at 2-3 year intervals after the injection commences

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    EIS/ERMP Chapter 13

    Chapter 13 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Risks and Management

    Provides and extensiv