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Carel van Bylandtlaan 30

The Hague, 2596 HR


Phone: 31 70 377 9111


as-processing facility and an LNG train with a collective production capacity of 7.8 mtpa of LNG and 70 thousand boe/d of condensate and NGL. The LNG is shipped mainly to China, Europe and the United Arab Emirates. Russia: The company has a 27.5% interest in Sakhalin-2, an integrated oil and gas project located in a subarctic environment. Its 100% interest in an exploration and production licence for the Lenzitsky block in the Yamalo Nenets Autonomous District was relinquished in 2015. The company has a 100% interest in the North Vorkutinsky 1 and North Vorkutinsky 2 exploration and production licences in Komi Republic (Timan Pechora). The company also has a 50% interest through Khanty-Mansiysk Petroleum Alliance (a 50:50 joint venture with Gazprom Neft) in three exploration licence blocks in western Siberia: South Lungorsky 1, Yuilsky 4 and Yuilsky 5. The company has a 50% interest in the Salym fields in western Siberia, Khanty Mansiysk Autonomous District, where production was approximately 120 thousand boe/d in 2015. In the Salym fields, production is supported by water injection. The United Arab Emirates: In Abu Dhabi, the company has a 15% interest in the licence of Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Limited (GASCO), which expires in 2028. GASCO exports propane, butane and heavier-liquid hydrocarbons, which it extracts from the wet gas associated with the oil produced by the Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO). The company is working with ADNOC on the development of the Bab sour gas reservoirs in Abu Dhabi (Shell interest 40%). Rest of Asia: The company also has interests in Jordan, Kuwait, Myanmar, the Philippines and Turkey. Oceania Australia: The company has interests in offshore production and exploration licences in the North West Shelf (NWS) and Greater Gorgon areas of the Carnarvon Basin, as well as in the Browse Basin and Timor Sea. Woodside is the operator of the Pluto LNG project. Woodside is also the operator on behalf of the joint-arrangement participants in the NWS gas, condensate and oil fields, which produced approximately 500 thousand boe/d in 2015. The company provides technical support for the NWS development. The company has a 50% interest in Arrow Energy Holdings Pty Limited (Arrow), a Queensland-based joint venture with PetroChina. Arrow owns coal-bed methane assets and a domestic power business. It has a 25% interest in the Gorgon LNG project, which involves the development of gas discoveries to date in Australia, beginning with the offshore Gorgon (Shell interest 25%) and Jansz-lo (Shell interest 19.6%) fields. The Gorgon LNG project on Barrow Island started LNG and condensate production in March 2016. The company is the operator of a permit in the Browse Basin in which two separate gas fields were found: Prelude in 2007 and Concerto in 2009. The company is a partner in the Browse joint arrangement covering the Brecknock, Calliance and Torosa gas fields. The company is a partner in both Shell-operated and other exploration joint arrangements. Rest of Oceania: The company has interests in New Zealand. Africa Offshore: The company’s main offshore deep-water activities are carried out by SNEPC, which has interests in four deep-water blocks, under PSC terms. SNEPCO operates OMLs 118 (including the Bonga field, Shell interest 55%) and 135 (Bolia and Doro, Shell interest 55%) and has a 43.75% interest in OML 133 (Erha), and a 50% interest in oil production lease 245 (Zabazaba, Etan). SNEPCO also has an approximate 43% interest in the Bonga South West/Aparo development via its 55% interest in OML 118. LNG: The company has a 25.6% interest in NLNG, which operates six LNG trains with a total capacity of 22.0 mtpa. Rest of Africa: The company also has interests in Algeria, Egypt, Gabon, Namibia, South Africa and Tanzania. North America Canada: The company has approximately 1,800 mineral leases in Canada, mainly in Alberta and British Columbia. The company produces and markets natural gas, NGL, synthetic crude oil and bitumen. In addition, it has significant exploration acreage offshore. Bitumen is a very heavy crude oil produced through conventiona


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