Arrow receives approval for Australian gas pipeline

Arrow Energy, a joint venture between Shell and PetroChina, has received approval to build a 420 km gas pipeline in the Australian state of Queensland.
By Staff reporter 2 May 2017 0 25717

Arrow Energy, a joint venture between Shell and PetroChina, has received approval to build a 420 km gas pipeline in the Australian state of Queensland, according to Reuters.

The connection was approved by the Queensland Department of Resources on Friday.

The pipeline will deliver CBM from a project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin to the Gladstone region and could help solve Australia’s supply problems.

The project was originally planned to deliver gas to an LNG export project.

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