Explore the project

Project Overview

Learn more about Shell’s proposed plans for the Crux Project, including design concept and location.

Project Development

Read about the key development stages of the Crux Project over its lifespan.

Existing Environment

Review Shell’s summary and assessment of the natural and socio-economic environment surrounding the Crux Project.

Acceptable Levels of Impact

Read Shell’s defined levels of acceptable impact for each of the potential risk areas.

Impact & Risk

View the potential impacts and risks associated with the Crux Project, as well as Shell’s proposed mitigation strategies.

Joint Venture Participants

  • Daigas Group

    Daigas Group

    Daigas Group is the parent company of Osaka Gas. Osaka Gas is engaged in upstream, midstream and downstream international energy business, applying its knowledge, expertise and networks across the entire spectrum of the energy value chain.

    Daigas Group

  • SGH Energy

    SGH Energy

    SGH Energy, a subsidiary of Seven Group Holdings, is an Australian oil and gas company with a portfolio of high quality assets and a resources base in two key regions in Australia: the Gippsland basin off the south-east coast of Victoria and the Browse basin off the north-west coast of Western Australia, in addition to an onshore producing asset in the USA.

    SGH Energy

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