VIDEO: QGC Laying Pipe for QCLNG Project

QGC, a BG Unit, has laid thousands of kilometres of pipe on the QCLNG project.

Gas will be transported from QGC’s processing facilities in southern Queensland to a liquefaction plant on Curtis Island, near Gladstone, via a one metre (42 inch) diameter steel pipeline.

The northern arm of the pipeline links well sites near Woleebee Creek. The southern arm links wells south-west of Dalby. In total, this 540km journey is roughly equivalent to the distance from Brisbane to Port Macquarie – or from London to Glasgow in the UK.

LNG World News Staff, February 13, 2014; Image: QGC

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