Project Destiny - Perdaman Urea Project

Project Destiny - Perdaman Urea Project, Urea

Cardno's Environmental, Planning and Approvals team in Western Australia has been engaged by Perdaman Chemicals and Fertilisers (Perdaman), to provide environmental support for a two million tonne per annum urea plant located on the Burrup Strategic Industrial Area (BSIA) near Karratha in Western Australia.

In November 2018, Perdaman and Woodside Energy Limited (Woodside) signed a historic Gas Sale and Purchase Agreement (GSPA) for the supply by Woodside of domestic gas to the $4.5 billion Perdaman Urea Plant for a period of 20 years.

Our Western Australia Environmental, Planning and Approvals team is coordinating the Environment Review of Project Destiny, a proposed world-scale urea plant helping to solve the worldwide shortage of fertiliser.

Project Destiny has been awarded 'Project of State Significance' status by the Western Australian State Government, which is set to kick start a new wave of local manufacturing in the State creating local jobs and supporting the local community in the Karratha and Dampier region.

Project Destiny - Perdaman Urea Project, Burrup Peninsula

Burrup Peninsula, Western Australia - aerial view

The plant will be Australia's first urea export project supplying the growing Asia Pacific demand and where possible, will invest in the employment of the local workforce.

Cardno is working collaboratively with Perdaman and its prime contractor SNCL to help the project develop sustainable and best-practice detailed design and construction management solutions.

Our Western Australia Environmental, Planning and Approvals team is coordinating the Environmental Review Document for the Public Environmental Review of Project Destiny, a proposed world-scale urea plant helping to solve the worldwide shortage of fertiliser.