Gas Shortfall Likely in 2018

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The Australia Government has released the ACCC’s first interim report into the supply of, and demand for, wholesale gas in Australia and the outlook is not pretty. The ACCC Gas Inquiry 2017-20 Interim Report focusses on likely supply and demand conditions for 2018 and according to ACCC Chair Rod … [Read more...]

CSG Not the Likely Cause

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There’s been years of study and research and claims and counter claims but it appears the science is ion and the “Bubbling" in the Condamine River is not the result of Coal Seam Gas extraction.   The CSIRO who has conducted intricate research says the bubbling of methane from the River … [Read more...]

Your Chance to Buy In

Queensland’s Gasfields

Commerce Roma President, Mitch Greig will be one of the attendees at this weeks’ GasFields Forum and the organization is seeking members who have any issues or concerns that they would like raised, to let them know by close of business Wednesday. The Forum is being held Thursday and is the result … [Read more...]

New Umpire to Sort Resources Disputes

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Landholders and resources companies are a step closer to having a new independent umpire to help resolve disputes over their negotiated agreements following legislation introduced into State Parliament. Minister Natural Resources and Mines Anthony Lynham told Parliament that the new Land Access … [Read more...]

Gasfields Commission Revamp

Queensland’s Gasfields

Queensland’s Gasfields Commission is set to be revamped to better serve landholders, communities during the next phase of gas development and production. State Development Minister Anthony Lynham says the proposed changes in legislation are part of a package of reforms recommended by an … [Read more...]