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Queensland Curtis Liquid Natural Gas Project on Track, Despite Alleged Vandalism, an Industrial Info News Alert

PERTH, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/07/13 -- Researched by Industrial Info Resources Australia (Perth, Australia) -- The Queensland Curtis Liquid Natural Gas (QCLNG) project is one of the largest resource and construction projects to be undertaken in Australia. When complete in 2014, it also will be the world's first to turn coal-seam gas into liquefied natural gas (LNG). The owner of the project, the Queensland Gas Company (Brisbane, Australia), says that it will inject about $32.9 billion into the Australian economy.

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