Moranbah to Denison Trough North Gas Pipeline
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Moranbah to Denison Trough North Gas Pipeline was a proposed and now shelved pipeline in Australia.
The pipeline would have connected the Moranbah gas fields in Moranbah, Queensland, Australia, to an existing pipeline at Denison Trough North, Queensland, Australia.
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- Operator: Blue Energy
- Parent company: Blue Energy
- Length: 200 kilometers
- Status: Shelved
The pipeline's purpose was to supply the southern Queensland market, connecting the northern market with the Gladstone LNG Terminal to the east. In July 2021, Blue Energy announced in a 2019 quarterly report that a license was granted to explore the pipeline's feasibility.
As of August 2021, over two years without progress in developing the pipeline had passed, and the project is now considered shelved.
Articles and resources
- 'Screaming out for gas': Pipeline to connect gas fields, Jul. 30, 2016, accessed Aug. 18, 2021.
- Blue Energy June Quarterly Activities 2019, Blue Energy, Jun. 2019, accessed Aug. 18, 2021.