More information on the Browse LNG Precinct is available below.
The Browse LNG Precinct is located approximately 60km north of the town of Broome in Western Australia.
Broome is located 2,200km north of Perth in Western Australia's Kimberley region.
The majority of the Browse LNG Precinct is Crown land and is leased to LandCorp.
When the land is required, it will be sub-leased to proponents.
The port area has been vested with the Kimberley Port Authority and proponents will require a separate lease for this area.
The Browse LNG Precinct is located within the boundaries of the Shire of Broome and is currently subject to an Interim Development Order.
The Western Australian Planning Commission has initiated an Improvement Plan over the precinct, which requires the preparation of an Improvement Scheme to control development. The Improvement Scheme is currently being prepared.
JTSI is currently seeking State and Federal environmental approvals for the Browse LNG Precinct.
The Browse LNG Precinct is a greenfield site and no services have so far been established at the Precinct.
The Browse LNG Precinct is subject to the Browse LNG Precinct Project Agreement, which is the native title agreement for the area.
Proponents wishing to locate within the Browse LNG Precinct will be required to comply with the obligations contained within the Agreement.
All ground disturbing activities within the Browse LNG Precinct likely to disturb an aboriginal heritage site are subject to the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1972 (WA).
There are no known European heritage sites within the Browse LNG Precinct.