Arrow calls for expressions of interest in pipeline

ARROW Energy has taken another step in the development of its Arrow Bowen Pipeline Project, which will bring gas to Gladstone.

The company is conducting an expression of interest process for suppliers, to identify market capability for the project.

Expressions of interest close on December 1.

The project, which was approved by the Federal Government last month, will include horizontal directional drilling and thrust boring works.

The central Queensland pipeline, expected to be 430km in length, will take coal seam gas from Moranbah in the Bowen Basin to a gas hub 22km west of Gladstone, where it will join the proposed Arrow Surat pipeline.

More details are available at ICN Gateway here.

Editor's note November 28: This story was edited to change 'called for tenders' to 'expressions of interest'.



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