COMMUNITY information sessions have been held throughout the region this month to keep the community informed on the Santon GLNG project.
Nine community information sessions were held across the Maranoa, Central Highlands, and Banana Shire to provide an update about on GLNG's current activities and development plans for the future.
More than 160 people attended the sessions including various local councillors, landholders, local business owners, school teachers, health workers, and a number of other interested community members.
GLNG said it made sure it had the right subject-matter-experts on-hand from our community, water, landholder, and environment teams to answer all questions that were raised about our Project.
The main topics of interest were water management, social infrastructure, road use, and local business opportunities.
Overall, GLNG said it had received positive feedback about the sessions; however, it understood there were many people who have questions about the impacts of the project and the industry at large.
Peope can stay informed through information sessions, the website, Project Update newsletters, regular advertising and by speaking frequently and openly with community members in the area.
If you have any questions about the project or future developments, you can contact the free hotline on 1800 761 113 , visit shopfronts in either Roma or Gladstone, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.