Queensland to get new gas pipeline

September 8, 2016

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APA, one of Australia’s largest natural gas infrastructure businesses, has announced the creation of a new $80 million gas pipeline project in southern Queensland.

According to the news article:

The 50km bi-directional pipeline will connect APA’s Wallumbilla Hub to the Australia Pacific LNG Pipeline at Reedy Creek in southern QLD.

It will have a capacity of up to 300 tetrajoules per day.

The new pipeline announcement was welcomed by QLD mines minister Anthony Lynham, who highlighted further employment opportunities it will create.

“With construction to start in 2017, the project is estimated to create 170 jobs including 20 permanent jobs within land access, approvals, technical design and procurement teams and 100 to 150 jobs for the construction phase of the project,” he said.

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