The Government of Queensland has granted Liquefied Natural Gas Limited pipeline license (PPL) 161.
The Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Gladstone LNG Pty Ltd is now able to connect future gas supply from the Callide Infrastructure Corridor to the company’s wholly owned LNG project at Fishermans Landing, in the Port of Gladstone.
The pipeline will initially be capable of supplying 520 TJ/day (180 PJ/year) for the 3 million tpa LNG Project but has expansion capabilities.
Australia is poised to become the premier exporter of LNG in the Asia-Pacific region as there are numerous LNG projects in development, some observers have predicted that Australia may overtake Qatar as the world’s biggest exporter in the next decade, assuming all the slated projects go ahead smoothly.
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