Tony and Tracey Davis (Tannum Sands Surf Life Saving Club), with Assunta and Robert De Florian (Gladstone Naval Cadets).
Tony and Tracey Davis (Tannum Sands Surf Life Saving Club), with Assunta and Robert De Florian (Gladstone Naval Cadets). Chrissy Harris

QGC celebrates partnerships in Curtis LNG priority project

BUILDING an LNG plant requires partnerships, and QGC acknowledged those links at a function on Thursday evening.

Gladstone's who's who attended the Celebrating Partnerships event at the marina marquee.

QGC's priority project is Queensland Curtis LNG.

Director Mitch Ingram spoke of the importance of partnerships.

"We'll be operating in your city for decades and so we set out at an early stage to ensure we were listening to what was required to maximise the benefits and manage the impacts of QCLNG," he said.

Mr Ingram said QGC recognised it was vital to be a "good neighbour" and member of the local community.

"During the past two years you put up ideas for community projects that will enable us to help you and your city on an enduring basis.

"And I'm pleased that we have been able to say, 'That's a great idea - what can QGC do to help?'"



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