Category: GOVERNMENT News

Record LNG Exports Leave Gladstone Port

Record LNG Exports Leave Gladstone Port Record Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports left the port of Gladstone during the month of October, Gladstone Ports Corporation (GPC) shipping data has revealed. In continued good news for the industry, National Australia Bank economists have predicted demand for Gladstone’s gas could continue to rise. “LNG demand in east […]

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New Government Guideline Enables Transfer of Gas Infrastructure

New Government Guideline Enables Transfer of Gas Infrastructure to Landholders A new guideline has been published by Department of Environment and Science (DES) to help facilitate the transfer of infrastructure from petroleum and gas activities (like bores, access tracks, small dams, fences and sheds) to Queensland landholders. The process is part of the Queensland Government’s […]

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Morrison Government’s “Gas-Fired Recovery” Plan

Morrison Government’s “Gas-Fired Recovery” Plan Recently much has been reported in the media on the Morrison Government’s “Gas-Fired Recovery” Plan, the critical role Queensland will continue to play in supplying additional gas volumes into the domestic market, plans to unlock key gas basins in the North Bowen and Galilee basins, and the expansion of the […]

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Queensland Gas Pipeline Turns 30

Backbone of Queensland’s Gas Industry Turns 30 A piece of Queensland gas infrastructure that laid the foundation for thousands of jobs in Queensland’s gas and manufacturing industries – the Queensland gas pipeline – turned 30 on Saturday 25 July. Mines Minister Dr Anthony Lynham said thousands of jobs, hundreds of petajoules of gas and multi-billions […]

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New Territory Opens for Queensland’s Petroleum and Gas Exploration Program

Queensland’s Petroleum and Gas Exploration Program Resumes The Queensland Government has today released Tender Package PLR2020-2. This new tender release for petroleum and gas exploration is being offered in response to industry feedback and as part of the Queensland Government’s Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs plan. It includes five areas totalling 1,459 km² (479 […]

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