Blue Energy Chief Executive John Phillips said “Route options include Abbot Point and Gladstone, with an additional option to connect to a potential Moranbah hub.”
The company had previously lodged a pipeline survey licence application, PSL 49, with the Queensland Government to enable a more detailed investigation into possible pipeline routes from permits ATP 813P and ATP 814P to potential export locations on the east coast of Queensland, between Abbot Point and Gladstone.
Blue Energy is now investigating the potential to connect pipelines with the Moranbah area, where it is undertaking an appraisal drilling program. In its 100 per cent owned coal seam gas (CSG) tenements in
Queensland, the Sapphire and Monslatt drilling programs recently confirmed significant CSG reserves.
The company is also waiting on final confirmation for four conventional permits in Queensland’s Cooper-Eromanga Basin.
Abbot Point is the location of the proposed EWC LNG Project, and Gladstone is the site of several proposed LNG developments.
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