QGC has spent almost $8 billion since the start of 2010 developing its Queensland Curtis LNG Project and domestic gas business, with about 74 per cent of the amount spent in Australia and 59 per cent in Queensland.
The figures are contained in QGC’s latest six-monthly report to the Queensland Coordinator-General on Australian industry participation.
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The Queensland Curtis LNG Project involves developing fields in the Surat Basin and transporting gas in a 540 km underground pipeline network to Gladstone where it will be liquefied for export.
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Image caption: A map indicating the location of the QCLNG Project.