Qgc Land Access Golden Rules

The company owns a gas plant called Kenya, located near Tara, Queensland. [6] Three Lauren, Codie and Kate coal seam gas fields are connected to the Kenya power plant. [7] Leak tests conducted in April and May 2010 showed that more than half of the wells in these gas fields had extremely low methane concentrations. [7] QGC Pty Limited[1] (formerly Queensland Gas Company) was part of the international BG Group prior to the acquisition of BG by Royal Dutch Shell in 2016. QGC is one of Australia`s largest coal bed methane companies developing methane reserves in Queensland`s Bowen and Surat basins. The company is valued at around A$13 billion. Coal seam gas production in the Surat and Bowen basins in Queensland, Australia, forms the basis of the Company`s core business. QGC has built a coal seam plant for methane on Curtis Island off Gladstone in central Queensland. The company built a 540-kilometer (340-mile) 42-inch (1,070 mm) diameter pipeline from Miles to Gladstone, making it the longest buried pipeline of its kind in Australia.

[3] The work was delayed after it was determined that QGC had violated the state`s environmental laws. [4] The AbC`s Four Corners Current Affairs program has published several investigative reports into what has been described as Australia`s great land grab and the environmental dangers of coal seam gas. BG Group acquired queensland Gas Company in November 2008. [2] About 20% of Queensland`s natural gas was produced by QGC in 2009. [5] Royal Dutch Shell acquired BG Group, the former parent company of QGCs. Godson C. in February 2016. Njoku is currently Vice President of Operations for Shell East Australia (which includes QGC and Arrow Energy (a joint venture with PetroChina)) and a member of Shell Australia`s management team. In 2011, Bob Irwin, the Australian ecologist and founder of Australia Zoo, was arrested after protesting QGC and refusing to obey a police order to continue. [8] This was part of a long-standing protest by Tara protesters to disrupt the gas infrastructure that was imposed on them without their consent. [9].

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