The Queensland government is considering approving a 585-kilometre gas pipeline that could significantly affect some of the state’s most vulnerable animals.
- The pipeline would run from Aramac to Injune
- Jemena has applied for a petroleum survey licence, which would allow it entry to 374 properties along the proposed route
- An environmental assessment found the pipeline would significantly impact the vulnerable koala
Multinational gas transportation company Jemena has applied for a new petroleum survey licence (PSL) that could lead to the construction of a buried high-pressure gas pipeline from west of Aramac in central-west Queensland to Injune in the state’s south-west.
It would connect Galilee Energy’s Glenaras Gas Project near…