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Woodside commits to Pluto LNG carbon reduction

The Australian firm plans to achieve net-zero emissions from its Pluto LNG project in Western Australia by 2050

Australia’s Woodside Energy has set an interim target of abating 30pc of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from its Pluto LNG project by 2030 and 100pc by 2050. These targets deal only with the facility’s direct and indirect emissions (scope one and two) and does not include emissions generated when the exported LNG is consumed (scope three). Woodside’s targets are part of its revised Pluto Greenhouse Gas Abatement Program (GGAP), which was updated to account for the planned addition of a second liquefaction train. The Western Australia (WA) government has approved the plan. The company aims to reach FID on developing the Scarborough gas field, which will underpin the second train, before the



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