Our Philippines projects are located in Pagbilao Island, in the Quezon Province, approximately 90 kilometres South East of Manilla.

Pagbilao Power Project

In November 2018 the project was certified as an Energy Project of National Significance by the Philippines Department of Energy

LNG Hub Terminal

  • We are the 100% owner and developer of the Philippines first ever LNG Hub terminal, which we consider to be a strategically important asset for the Philippines nascent gas industry
  • The Hub Terminal is 130,000 m3 and will be used as an import / export facility
  • Facility is capable of handling up to 3 mtpa of LNG per year, which can support up to 3,000 MW of gas fired power plants
  • Deep water jetty can handle all sizes of LNG vessels
  • The Hub Terminal will support our adjacent 650 MW combined cycle gas fired power plant, and provide expansion options for both EWC and third party gas clients
  • Hub Terminal to be run on a tolling model for third party clients

650 MW Combined Cycle Gas Fired Power Plant

  • We are the 100% owner of a 650 MW power plant, which is being developed in stages:
    • Block 1 - 200 MW gas turbine
    • Block 2 - 200 MW gas turbine
    • Block 3 - 250 MW steam turbine
  • Plant will secure gas from the adjacent LNG hub terminal
  • Electricity will initially be sold into the Wholesale Electricity Spot Market (“WESM”)


Our Indonesian projects are located in the province of South Sulawesi.

Sengkang Gas Field

  • The PSC is 100% owned by EWC and covers 2,925 square kilometres
  • Gas from the PSC is supplied to the 315MW Sengkang Power Station IPP

Sengkang Power Plant

  • The Sengkang Power Station is 315 MW, comprising of Block 1 of 135 MW and Block 2 of 180 MW, and is owned 95% by EWC
  • Gas is obtained from the Sengkang gas field
  • Electricity is sold under a take or pay PPA with PLN

Sengkang LNG Project

  • The Sengkang LNG Plant has a design capacity of 2 mtpa, consisting of 4 modular 500,000 tpa trains, an import/export terminal and jetty facilities and is 100% owned by EWC
  • It is our intention to complete construction of 500,000 tonnes of capacity initially, and then roll out additional modules until all 4 modules are in commercial operation
  • LNG Plant


In Australia we have a number of gas fields. We own:

100% of PL 65, PL 115, PL 116, PL 184 and PL 1030-1033. PL 65, PL 115 and PL 116 are connected to existing processing facilities and pipelines and we have commerced the process to restart gas production from these field

33% of PEL 96 (Operator is Strike Energy)

2% of ATP 259 (Operator is Santos)

We also own:

  • 8 MW Alice Springs power plant (on care and maintenance)
  • Alice Springs LNG plant (on care and maintenance)

We are also developing a 56,000 tpa LNG liquification plant at PL 65

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