Category: GFCQ News

GasFields Commission publishes ‘Shared Landscapes – Industry Snapshot’

GasFields Commission publishes ‘Shared Landscapes – Industry Snapshot’ Report The GasFields Commission Queensland have released the ‘Shared Landscapes – Industry Snapshot’ Report (the report). The report combines a range of information from a variety of data sources and aims to briefly delineate the current state of Queensland’s petroleum and gas industry (reporting on FY20 data), […]

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GasFields Commission Convenes ‘Community Leaders Council’

GasFields Commission Convenes ‘Community Leaders Council’ Today the GasFields Commission Queensland (the Commission) welcomed a cross section of its stakeholders to participate in the annual Community Leaders Council (CLC). The Commission hosted senior leaders of industry, executives from state and local government, regional mayors, representatives from academia and the heads of relevant industry peak bodies. […]

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UPDATE: Agreement Reached on Public Liability Insurance for Farmers

UPDATE: Agreement Reached on Public Liability Insurance for Farmers Today the GasFields Commission Queensland (the Commission) can reaffirm that landholders who host gas activities (including infrastructure) on their properties are, and will continue to be able to access general insurance policies for farm risk and be appropriately protected against loss. A new indemnity clause has […]

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GasFields Commission Commences Review of RPI Act

GasFields Commission Commences Review of RPI Act The GasFields Commission Queensland (the Commission) has commenced a targeted consultation process as part of their review of the Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 (RPI Act) assessment processes. The review comes as a direct result of the Queensland Audit Office’s (QAO) performance audit report (“Managing coal seam gas […]

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GasFields Commission’s Gas Guide 2.0 Released

GasFields Commission’s Gas Guide 2.0 Released GasFields Commission Queensland (GFCQ) is proud to present the new and improved Gas Guide 2.0. Working in consultation with key stakeholders including the Department of Resources, Department of Environment and Science, Resources Safety & Health Queensland, Land Court of Queensland and the Office of Groundwater Impact Assessment, GFCQ has […]

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WEBINAR: Navigating Land Access

Navigating Land Access Webinar The GasFields Commission have delivered a Navigating Land Access Webinar the first in a series of webinars in collaboration with the Department of Resources (DOR), the Department of Environment and Science (DES), the Land Access Ombudsman (LAO) and the Land Court of Queensland. The first webinar in the series – Navigating […]

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GasFields Commission Establishes Regional Advisory Group (SSAG)

GasFields Commission Establishes Regional Advisory Group The GasFields Commission Queensland (GFCQ or the Commission) has established a Surat Stakeholder Advisory Group (SSAG or the Group) to act as a primary regional mechanism for the Commission to consult with and inform GFCQ stakeholders and the Surat regional communities on its operations and related sustainable coexistence matters. […]

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WEBINAR: Helping Farmers Prepare for Gas Field Developments

Helping Farmers Prepare for Gas Field Developments Webinar The GasFields Commission’s Stakeholder Engagement Manager, Jane Walker recently presented as part of an “Afternoon Session with AgForce CQ” webinar. Jane joined Noel Brinsmead (AgForce Queensland mapping guru with 40 years’ experience as a cartographer and GIS analyst) to educate farmers on how to accurately map their […]

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