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wild files
protecting a vulnerable habitat
in western australia

Mangroves are a group of trees or shrubs in tropical coastal areas that are flooded at high tide. Their roots typically form dense thickets and support a wide variety of species. In this installment of Wild Files – Protecting a Vulnerable Habitat in Western Australia, discover a unique micro-tunneling technique Chevron engineers developed to bore underneath the Ashburton River Delta to connect the Wheatstone production field with the liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant facility.

wild files: protecting a vulnerable habitat in western australia

Published: February 2018