$1.2b natural gas condensate processing plant for Darwin

A new natural gas condensate processing plant will be built in Darwin, creating 400 construction jobs and 120 ongoing positions.
Nine.com.au is reporting thyat Darwin Clean Fuels will build the $1.2 billion plant which will produce 100,000 barrels of transport fuel daily and will provide a $360 million annual boost to the Northern Territory economy.
The Darwin plant will be the first significant petroleum production facility built in Australia in more than 40 years and the first to use entirely condensate as its feedstock.