The GLNG project is a pioneering initiative to convert coal seam natural gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export to global markets. It represents a major investment in a cleaner energy source and fuel for the future.
The project involves developing gas fields from the Bowen and Surat Basins in south-western Queensland, and transportation of the gas via a 420 kilometre underground pipeline to an LNG plant on Curtis Island, off the coastline of Gladstone. This ground breaking US$18.5 billion project is a joint venture between Santos and three of the world’s largest LNG companies, Petronas, Total and KOGAS.
Our scope of work involved the site preparation for the LNG plant which included clearing, topsoil strip, bulk earthworks, pavements heavy haulage and light vehicle roads and drainage for a 144 hectare site on Curtis Island.