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New Gas Guide

  • Gasfields Commission
  • 14 May 2019
  • Posted 2 months ago

New Gas Guide

The GasFields Commission Gas Guide is another Queensland first.

The Gas Guide pulls together all the information landholders need to know about gas development into one document covering everything from the awarding of exploration permits through to rehabilitation of the field.

It’s the first time all the information has been compiled into one easy to read, updateable ring binder by an independent authority.

It’s a customisable ready reckoner for everything gas in Queensland.

The guide is broken into 11 chapters including a roadmap that landholders can put up on the office wall to follow the various stages of gas development and find the information they need.

As new information becomes available or other information becomes obsolete, the Commission will update individual chapters and landholders can simply replace the old one in their ring binder.

As part of the distribution process, landholders will be asked if they want to receive updates and the Commission can mail them out as they’re printed.

The Gas Guide is also available online on the GasFields Commission website.

The information in the Gas Guide can be used for educational purposes, as a reference guide, to help develop business plans, prepare for meetings or whatever else a landholder might need.

Commission staff will have the guides available at future information sessions and workshops or you can register online to have a guide mailed out.

The Gas Guide is another initiative designed to give people the information they need to make informed decisions about their business.

Queensland is the first state to develop a commercially viable onshore gas industry so it makes sense for the GasFields Commission to be developing Australian first initiatives to support all stakeholders.

The Gas Guide joins the GasApp as another Queensland first.