The Curtis Island GLNG project is a US$18.5 billion pioneering enterprise to convert coal seam gas (CSG) into liquefied natural gas (LNG). The joint-venture led by Santos with PETRONAS, Total and KOGAS as partners represents a major investment into a cleaner energy source. This infographic visualises some of the key facts about the project.
The Narrows Crossing Tunnel is a main element of the project. Scott Connor, Senior Project Engineer – Narrows Marine Tunnel at Thiess will be giving a presentation about the challenging project at the Australian Tunnelling Conference, to be held on the 21-22 November. He will be joined by Andrew Acton, Deputy Construction Manager, GLNG. For more information and to register for the two day even featuring a number of high-profile international and domestic case studies, please visit the conference website.