Today, Woodside reported an incident, in which an employee of the Woodside-operated offshore North Rankin Complex died.
s explained, the incident occurred during work activity being carried out at the North Rankin Complex. All other people on board are safe, Woodside said without sharing further details into the incident.
This is a very sad day for the extended Woodside family and I offer my deepest sympathy to our colleague’s family, friends and workmates. Any loss of life is heartbreaking.
..said Woodside CEO Meg O’Neill.
Australia’s oil and gas industry offers its condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of a worker who died today at Woodside Energy’s North Rankin Complex off Western Australia. This is a shock and a tragedy for our industry, which prioritizes workplace health and safety. APPEA and its membership offers its sympathies to all those impacted by this loss.
..said the Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) Chief Executive Samantha McCulloch.
The North Rankin Complex is an offshore facility comprised of two interconnected production platforms, North Rankin A (NRA) and
North Rankin B (NRB), and associated subsea infrastructure, including two export trunklines (1TL and 2TL), which run between the North Rankin Complex facility and the onshore Karratha Gas Plant (KGP).
As informed, the North Rankin Complex is located in Commonwealth waters about 135 km offshore from Dampier on the northwest coast of Western Australia in a water depth of about 125 meters.