Hamilton Australia Supports Curtis Island LNG Projects

Hamilton Australia said that the company’s workers are currently working on the laboratory fume cupboards at all 3 separately owned liquefied natural gas projects on Curtis Island, near Gladstone.

By the end of this year, QGC will become the first of three LNG plants to start exporting to Asia, closely followed by the Australia Pacific LNG and Santos GLNG plants.

Once the three plants are operating, about 24 million tonnes of LNG will be exported each year. That’s expected to give Queensland about $600 million a year in royalties, and once added to the estimated royalties from the other two operations, the state could rake in $1.8 billion a year.

Press Release, June 11, 2014; Image: Hamilton

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