The proponent for the Surat to Gladstone Pipeline proposal is Surat Gladstone Pipeline Pty Ltd (SGP), a wholly owned subsidiary of Arrow Energy Ltd. Arrow Energy Ltd currently holds 90,000km2 of coal seam gas exploration tenements in the Surat Basin. The pipeline is proposed to deliver coal seam gas (CSG) from adjacent to the Kogan North Central Gas Processing Facility near Dalby to a proposed Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facility at Fisherman’s Landing near Gladstone (the LNG facility is subject to a separate assessment process under the Environmental Protection Act 1994).
The 660mm diameter high pressure buried steel gas pipeline would be approximately 470km long. The pipeline would have a minimum technical design life of 40 years. Above ground facilities would be required at intervals along the pipeline, including: mainline valves; cathodic protection systems; and marker signs.
The EIS Assessment Report has been issued to the proponent and the EIS process is now completed. The EIS assessment report recommended that the project proceed.
Publicly available documents:
- Final terms of reference (see availability)
- Initial advice statement describing the project (see availability)
- EIS assessment report
- Environmental authority
For further information about the EIS process for the Surat to Gladstone Pipeline Project contact the EIS Co-ordinator.
Available from the library catalogue
The documents referred to on this page are available from the department’s online library catalogue.