|Final recommendation on application for revocation of coverage - NCC||1999-09-24||Coverage decision||1999|
|Minister’s decision on revocation of coverage||1999-09-22||Coverage decision||1999|
The Karratha to Cape Lambert Pipeline (KCLP) is a transmission pipeline located in north-west Western Australia. It is operated by Robe River Mining Company Pty Ltd (a subsidiary of Rio Tinto) and is owned by the Robe River Iron Associates Joint Venture.
The KCLP is 57 km in length and has a capacity of 95 TJ/day. It transports gas from the Dampier to Bunbury Natural Gas Pipeline (DBNGP) near Karratha to Cape Lambert where the gas is used for power generation.
The KCLP is currently a non-scheme pipeline, and is subject to the access regime for non-scheme pipelines under Chapter 6A of the NGL and Part 23 of the NGR.
The KCLP was initially covered under the Gas Code. However, in September 1999 the relevant minister decided to revoke coverage of the KCLP after an application was made to the NCC and the NCC subsequently made a recommendation that coverage should be revoked. The KCLP was constructed in 1984.