Strike Energy Geraldton Complex is an upcoming petrochemical complex located in Western Australia, Australia. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 13,000 active and developing petrochemical plants worldwide, the complex is expected to commence commercial operations in 2025 and is likely to have an annual petrochemical capacity of 2.2mtpa. The complex will use natural gas as its key feedstock. The plants in this complex are operated by Strike Energy. Buy the profile here.

Details of the key upcoming projects in Strike Energy Geraldton Complex

The complex is set to add capacity with upcoming plants including Strike Energy Geraldton Ammonia Plant (0.8mtpa), and Strike Energy Geraldton Urea Plant (1.4mtpa).

The operator details for upcoming plants are as follows:

Key products capacity - Strike Energy Geraldton Complex, 2022-2030

The complex is expected to produce key products such as urea, and ammonia.

Urea accounts for 63.6% of the total annual capacity of the complex with 1.4mtpa, followed by ammonia 36.4% (0.8mtpa).

About Strike Energy

Strike Energy Ltd (Strike Energy) is an oil and gas exploration and development company that explores, produces, and develops shale oil and gas. The company projects include Perth Basin, Greater Erregulla Gas, Project Haber and Walyering. Its Perth Basin has clean, low-cost gas and geothermal energy resources. In addition, it also provides competitive urea fertilizer to Australian farmers. The company Project Haber is located in the Geraldton positions to Western Australia’s wheatbelt region. Its Walyering project is located near major industrial gas users and primary gas transmission lines. Strike Energy is headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

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