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  • Shell’s QGC business develops next phase of gas
    édité le 11/02/2022 - Plus de news de "SHELL" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "SHELL"


Shell’s QGC business develops next phase of gas
Shell’s QGC business, along with its Joint Venture partners CNOOC and Tokyo Gas, today announced plans to develop the next phase of onshore natural gas in Queensland, to supply domestic and export customers.

Between now and 2024, Shell will progressively drill and connect approximately 145 new gas wells as part of Shell’s QGC business in the Western Downs region of Queensland.

The wells will connect to existing gas processing plants and will bring approximately 210 petajoules of gas to market over the next 15 years.

Shell Australia chairman Tony Nunan said the project would help boost the regional economy and employment and provide more gas – the cleanest burning hydrocarbon – to domestic and export customers.

“Gas will be crucial to the energy transition, allowing the integration of greater levels of renewable energy here and overseas, and a vital part of Shell’s strategy to provide more and cleaner energy solutions to supply the world’s energy needs.”

The project will further boost Queensland’s regional economy, powering lives and demonstrating Shell’s commitment to bring more gas to market.

Shell’s continued investment reflects its commitment to supplying the domestic market and enhancing Australia’s reputation as a global liquified natural gas supplier.

About QGC

Shell’s QGC business produces natural gas to supply the Australian domestic market and for export as LNG via a two-train LNG liquefaction plant on Curtis Island in Queensland. Shell’s QGC business produces natural gas from the Surat Basin of southern Queensland and supplies domestic and international markets.
Discussions with landholders are underway to agree access arrangements, as well as the location of wells to minimise any impact on farming activities.
All necessary state and federal government environmental approvals are in place.

About Shell plc

Shell is a global group of energy and petrochemical companies that aims to meet the world’s growing need for more and cleaner energy solutions in ways that are economically, environmentally and socially responsible.


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