April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4


Arrow Energy Announces Pipeline Plans For Australian LNG Facility

Arrow Energy announced plans for a major pipeline to connect its operations in the Bowen Basin in central Queensland, to a LNG facility at Curtis Island, off Gladstone, Australia. The pipeline is part of the Arrow LNG Project to bring coal seam gas (CSG) from both the Bowen Basin and the Surat Basin in the state’s south-east to Gladstone where it would be cooled and liquefied for shipping to international markets. Arrow plans to submit an environmental impact statement for the pipeline to the Queensland Government by early 2012. The diameter and capacity of the pipeline, as well as a timeline for selecting its contractors and suppliers, is yet to be finalized. Arrow alr

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