Gladstone residents invited to have their say on gas boom

GLADSTONE residents have been invited to participate in a survey into the effects of the gas boom on the Gladstone region.

Researchers from the Australian National University and the CSIRO are working with Gladstone Regional Council to study the effects of the gas boom on the region.

As part of the study, members of the Gladstone community can have their say about gas development through an online survey.

The survey asks questions about the community, the LNG boom and Gladstone Harbour.

It is part of PhD research being conducted at ANU.

The survey can be conducted at www.surveymonkey.com/s/gladstonegas or by phoning (02) 6125 8765.
 



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