What are your views on the onshore gas industry and GasFields Commission Queensland?

19 February 2024 What are your views on the onshore gas industry and GasFields Commission Queensland? Are you a community member with experiences or thoughts about the onshore gas industry? Now is the time to have your say! Take part in a survey to assist the GasFields Commission Queensland in better understanding your community. Your […]

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Coexistence challenges and opportunities

6 December 2023 Coexistence challenges and opportunities The GasFields Commission Queensland’s Community Leaders Council 2023 event saw 71 representatives from community, government, Traditional Owners and industry meet in Chinchilla on 7 September. The day’s agenda centered around the theme of Shared Landscapes: Coexistence challenges and opportunities for Queensland’s gas industry in an increasingly complex energy […]

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Join the conversation to enhance coexistence in Queensland

28 September 2023 Join the conversation to enhance coexistence in Queensland Queenslanders are encouraged to have their say on proposed changes that will help improve the sustainable coexistence of landholders, rural and regional communities, and the resources and energy sectors. The consultation paper builds on the Queensland Government’s response to the GasFields Commission Queensland’s (GFCQ) […]

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Corrigendum to the report: Review of the Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 Assessment Process

11 August 2023 Corrigendum to the report: Review of the Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 Assessment Process On page 21 of the, under the heading of other observations, the GasFields Commission Queensland’s report Review of the Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 originally stated the following: The RPI Act allows for a range of other exemptions in […]

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Study builds greater understanding of CSG-induced subsidence impact on farming businesses

28 July 2023 Study builds greater understanding of CSG-induced subsidence impact on farming businesses New research into the potential impacts of coal seam gas-induced land subsidence on farming operations has today been released by the GasFields Commission Queensland. GasFields Commission CEO Warwick Squire said the latest research assessed the potential consequence of CSG-induced subsidence to […]

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Look up – aerial groundwater survey of the Condamine Alluvium

27 April 2023 Look up – aerial groundwater survey of the Condamine Alluvium As part of their ongoing commitment to improve groundwater assessment, the Office for Groundwater Impact Assessment will be conducting an airborne electromagnetic survey on land around Dalby and Cecil Pains during May. OGIA is an independent office responsible for the cumulative assessment […]

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Wanted: interview participants for UQ’s Beneficial Reuse of Coal Seam Gas Water study

27 April 2023 Wanted: interview participants for UQ’s Beneficial Reuse of Coal Seam Gas Water study The University of Queensland’s Sustainable Minerals Institute is conducting research on the broader range of social, economic and environmental values associated with the reuse of water from extractive industries using Surat Basin CSG water reuse schemes as a case […]

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New CSIRO research explores CSG influence on human health

27 April 2023 New CSIRO research explores CSG influence on human health CSIRO has released its latest coal seam gas research, culminating in the analysis of a 2,150 square kilometre study site in the Surat Basin. The five year study looked at potential hazards such as chemicals, air emissions, noise, light and dust associated with […]

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New Shared Landscapes – Industry Trends report released

23 February 2023 New Shared Landscapes – Industry Trends report released In its continued commitment to keeping Queenslanders informed about development trends in the gas industry, including how the industry interacts with the state’s agricultural sector and host communities, the GasFields Commission Queensland has released the latest Shared Landscapes – Industry Trends report. Shared Landscapes […]

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Surat locals encouraged to have their say on future energy development

16 February 2023 Surat locals encouraged to have their say on future energy development University of Queensland researchers are calling on community members and business leaders alike to help explore the expected benefits and challenges of future energy development in the Surat Basin. The research, being conducted by the UQ Centre for Natural Gas, will […]

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