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What is Coal Seam Gas?
 
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In this episode Darren finds out what CSG is, how it's extracted and how it's being used. Learn more about Coal Seam Gas: http://www.aplng.com.au/home/what-coal-seam-gas Learn more about the Australia Pacific LNG project: http://www.aplng.com.au/about-project/about-project Learn more about CSG as a cleaner energy source: http://www.aplng.com.au/home/cleaner-energy
Views: 12413 AustraliaPacificLNG
QGC's Dirty Little Secrets
 
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High point vents aren’t listed in any of the company documentation or any of the EA’s and are a source of toxic fugitive emissions. HPV’s vent gas from the water gathering pipelines that connect up all the wells in a gasfield. There are hundreds, potentially thousands of these vents. No one knows just how many there are because they are not accounted for. Thousands of dirty little secrets venting unknown quantities of toxic emissions.
Views: 603 People 4 The People
ISD's Jobs-On-Wheels
 
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International Skill Development, Inc. (ISD) has launched a program designated as Jobs-On-Wheels® to bring the job orders closer to the overseas job seekers throughout Luzon in close coordination with the Public Employment Services Office (PESO).
Views: 436 ISDPHILIPPINES
Living the Island lifestyle
 
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Bechtel has built accommodation on each of the Curtis Island projects to house their non-local workforce. Australia Pacific LNG accommodation facility residents Cliff and Brendan share their experiences in this video.
Views: 8019 Bechtel Australia
The Brisbane Operations Centre
 
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Our state-of-the-art Brisbane Operations Centre provide 24/7 real-time connection between our head office in Brisbane and our gas fields in the Surat and Bowen Basins - take a look at what was involved in creating the Centre.
Views: 4432 Santos GLNG
Omati river pipeline project | Papua New Guinea
 
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Executed in Papua New Guinea, PNG LNG Offshore pipeline project EPC2 is one of the milestones reached by professionals of Saipem. The scope of work consisted of the engineering, transportation and installation of a 407 km long 36” gas sea line, connecting the Omati River landfall point to the onshore point located near the capital town of Port Moresby. Project was successfully completed on September 2012. Find out more : http://www.saipem.com
Views: 3238 SAIPEM
Working Together | Origin on behalf of Australia Pacific LNG
 
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Simon Drury and his wife, Kylie talk about embracing the opportunity to partner with Origin Energy for CSG resources on their land. Discover more about Australian Pacific LNG: http://www.originenergy.com.au/1144/Australia-Pacific-LNG Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/OfficialOriginEnergy Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginEnergy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OriginEnergy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/origin-energy Google+: https://plus.google.com/+originenergy
Views: 420 Origin Energy
Destinations WA: The Golden Pipeline
 
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Learn about how crucial water was to life in the Goldrush era and the development of one of the most amazing feats in modern engineering.
Apprentice program overview
 
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Bechtel is undertaking the largest apprentice intake in Australian history. With 400 apprentices on Curtis Island, we are upskilling Australians on a mega project scale.
Views: 151 Bechtel Australia
Bechtel Gladstone: APLNG Camp life
 
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Bechtel built accommodation on each of the Curtis Island projects to house their non-local workforce. Australia Pacific LNG accommodation facility residents Cliff and Brendan share their experiences in this video. To learn more about APLNG visit: http://bit.ly/BechtelAPLNG
Views: 1168 Bechtel Corporation
2 Stocks to Ride the LNG Waves
 
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http://www.moneyshow.com/?scode=013356 A number of companies are making shrewd investments in the natural gas market, predicting a resurgence, and Roger Conrad explains here how you can join them.
Views: 178 MoneyShow
Australia Pacific LNG: Contributing to local communities
 
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Australia Pacific LNG is committed to delivering benefits to local education, culture and infrastructure that will live long beyond the life of the project. To find out more, visit http://www.aplng.com.au/community/community-engagement
Views: 19537 AustraliaPacificLNG
Life on the Island
 
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Bechtel is building accommodation on Curtis Island for 6,600 workers. Find out what it's like to live and work on Curtis Island with residents Richard Crammond and Karl Walters.
Views: 19033 Bechtel Australia
Australia Pacific LNG - the Opportunity
 
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In the final installment of the series Darren catches up with an old friend and sees the benefits that the Australia Pacific LNG project has bought to the area in which he grew up. He reflects on the people he has met and the confidence he feels at the end of his journey through the gas fields. Find out more about our commitment to the communities in which we operate: http://www.aplng.com.au/community/community-engagement Work with the Australia Pacific LNG project as a supplier or contractor:http://www.aplng.com.au/working-us/suppliers-and-contractors
Views: 1003 AustraliaPacificLNG
Australia Pacific LNG: Environment
 
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Australia Pacific LNG is minimising its impact on the environment during coal seam gas production. Darren Lockyer travels to the Queensland gas fields and to Gladstone to ask the deeper questions about natural gas and the environment. To find out more, visit http://www.aplng.com.au/environment/acting-responsibly
Views: 30533 AustraliaPacificLNG
Bechtel Community Day in Gladstone, Australia (2011)
 
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Bechtel team in Gladstone, Australia, organized a community day full of fun and games for all ages of visitors. Celebrities were on hand to talk about the importance of safety.
Views: 4014 Bechtel Corporation
Carpentaria Exploration - interview by Central GTS/BKN Broken Hill TV, 1 June 2010
 
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Carpentaria Exploration's executive chairman Nick Sheard discusses with Broken Hill TV the prospects for a new magnetite iron ore mine near the famous mining town in New South Wales, Australia. The company has signed an $81 million deal on its Hawsons Iron Project, which could become the largest iron ore mine in the state.
Views: 492 carpexplore
Exploring for Energy | Origin
 
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With reserve opportunities in the Bass and Otway basins, and new exploration interests in Australia's Beetaloo, Bonaparte, Browse and Cooper basins, we're continuing to invest in exploration and production. Origin holds a 37.5 per cent share in the Australia Pacific LNG (APLNG) project, has joint ventures with ConocoPhillips and Sinopec, as well as exploration projects overseas. Hear from our employees committed to exploring for energy. Origin is an integral part of Australia’s energy future. We explore, generate and sell energy to power millions of Australian homes and business every day to keep them going and growing. With Origin, you can be part of Australia’s energy future. If dynamic and challenging career opportunities and workplace flexibility are important to you, go with the employer that thinks differently. Visit http://www.originenergy.com.au/careers to find your next opportunity. Twitter: https://twitter.com/OriginEnergy Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OriginEnergy LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/orig... Google+: https://plus.google.com/+originenergy Blog: http://www.originenergy.com.au/blog.html
Views: 1052 Origin Energy
We are QGC - we're providing cleaner energy
 
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We're boosting Queensland's economy by $32bn over 10 years, but we're not a bank. We're creating jobs for nearly 12,000 people, but we're not an employment agency. We're spending $1 million on driver safety on rural roads, but we're not a driving school. We're providing cleaner energy for Queensland and the world, but we don't make solar panels. We're QGC. Together we're doing good things for Queensland.
Views: 79 QGCInfo
CSG and Water
 
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Watch as Darren learns about ground water and Australia Pacific LNG's management of water when it comes up to the surface from the coal seams. Discover more about Australia Pacific LNG's sustainable water practices: http://www.aplng.com.au/home/sustainable-water-practices
Views: 780 AustraliaPacificLNG
CSG Protest Scenic Rim.mov
 
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Protestors on Peaks is filmed around the scenic rim where people are uniting to protest Coal Seam Gas
Views: 364 Lin Sutherland
It's all in the family on Curtis Island
 
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Born and bred Gladstonites, the Duckham family are just one of many families of locals working on the Curtis Island projects. Hear their story. Bechtel is the largest employer of locals in the region with 51%, or 4405 employees as at 1 May 2013.
Views: 1139 Bechtel Australia
Bechtel Corporation - Doing business in Brisbane
 
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Brisbane Marketing's Investment Attraction division interviews Andy Greig, President of the Mining and Metals about how and why their global analysis lead to their Mining and Metals division to be globally head quartered in Brisbane. For more information on investing in Brisbane please visit http://www.investbrisbane.com.au/ TRANSCRIPT I'm Andy Greig, I'm the President for the Mining and Metals business unit for Bechtel Corporation. Bechtel is a global privately held engineering and construction company. We're a logistics company, we design and build very very large industrial projects. We've been here in Australia since 1954, we've head quartered ourselves in Queensland since '95. Queensland's been very good to Bechtel. Bechtel is globally head quartered in San Francisco. We have five global business units. In 2002 we decided to relocate from Denver, we did a global analysis and we decided to move the business to Brisbane. The reason we chose Brisbane are multifold, first of all it is a mining town lots of our customers have relocated divisions of their companies here. But it is also stable, a good rule of law, good infrastructure, a good flow of people from the universities, a place that people wanted to live. Whether they are coming from other parts of Australia or overseas, we never have too many problems getting people to agree to take an assignment in Brisbane. We export from Brisbane around the world, we export engineering services. The universities here are producing world-class graduates in engineering and the other disciplines we use. We employ about 8000 people in Queensland. I think the last time I counted we have people from Brisbane working on mining and metals projects in 11 different countries. We made a conscious decision, we could have taken this business anywhere, we chose Brisbane. I was a significant part of that decision in 2002. And it's a decision that if I was making it again today, I would make exactly the same decision. We intend to be here a long time and take the world to Brisbane and Brisbane to the world.
Views: 1298 Brisbane Marketing TV
GLNG Camp Life - First Ever GoPro Edit
 
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Just messing around with my new GoPro whilst at work. :)
Views: 1491 DOUG SIMPSON
Blue Hornet - Wheatstone
 
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Blue Hornet - Leaving to go Onslow to play some shows in Wheatstone
Views: 185 Michael Hudson
COAL SEAM GAS - Destroying Queensland Lives and Land
 
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Here is a High Point Vent and a Riser on the Nothdurft family's farm - 12 June 2016. These pieces of QGC infrastructure are situated on the Coal Seam Gas produced water lines - they are noisy and they vent methane and btex gases. These emissions are not accounted for in emissions data. QGC apparently see no problem with the family's children playing near such emission sources. Would you like to raise your family in a gas factory?
Views: 156 WatchMe
CSG and Fraccing
 
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In this episode Darren learns about what's involved with hydraulic fracturing or fraccing -- how it's done, why it's done and what goes into frac fluid. Learn more about the process of fraccing and how it's used on the Australia Pacific LNG project: http://www.aplng.com.au/home/fraccing
Views: 1569 AustraliaPacificLNG
55tnn winch sols mine
 
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pullin up 4.5kms of 1800w steel core
Views: 39 Reuben Fiti
Gillard kicks off gas pipeline construction
 
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Prime Minister Julia Gillard has opened construction of the Ichthys natural gas pipeline from the Browse Basin off WA to Darwin.
Bechtel Australia Branding Advert
 
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Produced for Cooper McKenzie Marketing, Gladstone.
Views: 678 maddogprodqld
Moving LNG Modules - A Team Achievement
 
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Bechtel team building Queensland Curtis LNG facility near Gladstone, Australia, has recently welcomed the first modules from Thailand. Here's a glimpse into what it looked like when the modules were loaded on a barge at the production facility.
Views: 2278 Bechtel Corporation
InterClean Mining Truck Wash - Bechtel Gladstone
 
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Autowash installed this drive through truck wash for Bechtel (Gladstone) for all trucks going to and from their Curtis Island LNG operation.
Views: 1383 AutoWashAustralia
Curtis Island Module program
 
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A key part of the construction process for an LNG plant is the construction and delivery of modules to the work sites. LNG Modules are pre-fabricated steel structures which come in all shapes and sizes. Each piece, or module, is designed and built to fit into its specific location perfectly and connected to other components to form the LNG plant structure. Bechtel manages module yards in Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines, which will produce 260 modules for the three LNG projects. These modules will be arriving in Gladstone between August 2012 and mid-2014, and make their way directly to Curtis Island.
Views: 1741 Bechtel Australia
Curtis island
 
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This video shows the vast amount of work being done on Curtis island for aplng , qclng, glng and arrows LNG plant. All material and labour must be barged in , the expense must be huge.
Views: 761 sampara100
Santos GLNG - LNG plant on Curtis Island Gladstone Queensland
 
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Santos GLNG - LNG plant on Curtis Island Gladstone Queensland
Coonamble community meeting about the CSG pipeline
 
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WIN news covered the extraordinary public meeting held in Coonamble yesterday afternoon. Pipeline company APA wants to build the pipeline that will take Pilliga CSG to the network that can take it to Gladstone for export. Landholders are furious at the company's conduct forcing itself onto farms. The entire Coonamble Shire declared itself gasfield free three years ago. The district depends on clean abundant artesian water from the Great Artesian Basin, which will be put at risk by Santos' proposed 850 well CSG gasfield in the Pilliga. With APA a no-show at yesterday's meeting, farmers and the community went ahead and held the meeting anyway. Their message is clear: APA shall not pass.
Animation Ink 3D Resource and Energy Show Reel 2012
 
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2012 has been a busy year for Animation Ink providing High End 3D animations and Visual effects to the Mining, Oil, Coal Seam Gas and liquefied Natural Gas companies across Australia. Projects completed such as the BMA/BHP Geological presentation for the 34th IGC Resource conference; the revision of the ever expanding APLNG project for Origin and ConocoPhillips has given us an insight into some of Australia largest projects.
Views: 612 AnimationInk3D
MWH Australia and New Zealand Employment Opportunities
 
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MWH is the world leader in wet infrastructure. We are currently working on some of the largest projects in Australia, New Zealand and around the world. We're currently recruiting for motivated, talented and professional staff to help contribute to our global purpose of Building a Better World. MWH Global employs approximately 7,000 experts including engineers, consultants and construction professionals globally. As specialists in water and natural resources, MWH employees use innovative ideas and technology to solve complex infrastructure and environmental challenges. MWH is Building a Better World. Meet us at http://www.mwhglobal.com or follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
Bechtel In Africa
 
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Views: 2194 Bechtel Corporation
Aerial Video of Gladstone & Curtis Island
 
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Here is a few short cuts from a recent shoot over Gladstone and Curtis Island.
Views: 1159 AerialAdvantage
ConocoPhillips - Energy in Action
 
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To learn more visit www.conocophillips.com.au
Views: 13126 ConocoPhillips
investment property, Australia,
 
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http://www.investing-in-property.com.au The Surat Basin --Australia's Clean Energy Capital A wave of transformation is breathing life and economic vibrancy into regional centres across the country, with around $270bn in energy projects currently planned or underway. All of this activity in the resources sector is igniting a property boom in hub towns such as Chinchilla, Roma and Miles in the Surat Basin, and savvy property investors are set to benefit. These billion-dollar projects are designed to help meet the soaring global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), the emerging clean placement fuel for coal, and coal itself. This demand is coming predominantly from international export destinations in Asia, and more specifically China, which is experiencing the largest mass urbanization in history. Infrastructure hot-spotting expert Flynn De Freitas from Omega Investments predicts that over the next ten years, the number of large or tiered cities in China will increase by 37, to 143 cities of at least a million people. Clearly, international demand -- along with Australia's own domestic energy needs -- isn't expected to slow any time soon. While all of this activity is all good news for the Australian economy, it also represents an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for property investors to secure high rents and strong capital growth in one hit. De Freitas has been charting the property prospects of the Surat Basin for some time, and he believes the local real estate market offers strong returns to investors willing to take the plunge. "The unique and vital nature of the energy industry presents property investors with an opportunity to invest in Australia's new energy towns," he says. "These are towns where a social contract between the energy industry, government and local communities means that the billions of dollars in infrastructure investment by the energy industry is matched by millions of dollars in government social investment in local communities." De Freitas says these social investments makes these communities more liveable and attractive for workers within the energy industry, which ultimately ensures that property investors enjoy sustainable, long term property growth -- thereby avoiding the boom/bust risks of mining boom towns. The Surat Basin has been dubbed by some as Australia's future energy hub, with the emerging Energy Town of Chinchilla set to benefit from an impressive array of planned infrastructure projects worth billions of dollars. Two of the largest infrastructure projects in the Surat Basin are the $15bn Queensland Curtis Island Liquefied Natural Gas (QCLNG) and the $20bn Australia Pacific Liquefied Natural Gas (APLNL) projects, which have both commenced construction. They will involve a peak construction workforce of 6,500 in the Chinchilla region, dropping to a low of 1,400 over a four-year period. "The Chinchilla property market has already been richly rewarded by the energy industry, with the 2004-2006 construction 25km away of the Kogan Creek Power Station, which entailed 1,000 construction workers and 300 operational workers, virtually all located in Chinchilla," he says. "This $1.2bn energy project saw annual median property values rise by over 20% for three straight years... and contributed to the 11.9% average annual growth rate over the last 10 years to 2011." De Freitas says these phenomenal growth rates "all now look to be superseded" by the QCLNG and APLNG projects. "Given the impact of one single $1.2bn project, the next decade of growth for Chinchill's property market looks very favourable indeed." For more information visit us at http://www.investing-in-property.com.au
Views: 71 Bruce Graham
Ichthys LNG Project Overview - Western Australia
 
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http://www.jobcontax.com The Ichthys LNG Project will have an initial capacity to produce 8.4 million tonnes of LNG per annum and approximately 1.6 million tonnes of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) per annum, as well as 100,000 barrels of condensate per day at peak over an operational life of 40 years. Gas from the Ichthys Field will undergo preliminary processing at the offshore central processing facility (CPF) to remove water and raw liquids, including a large proportion of the condensate. This condensate will be pumped to a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) facility anchored nearby, from which it will be transferred to tankers for delivery to markets. The gas will be transported from the CPF through a subsea pipeline more than 885 kilometres to the onshore LNG processing plant proposed for Blaydin Point on Middle Arm Peninsula, Darwin, Northern Territory. It will be cooled to below minus 161 degrees Celsius, the point at which the gas becomes a liquid, known as liquefied natural gas.
Views: 42666 jobcontax
Australia Pacific LNG: Community engagement
 
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Australia Pacific LNG is committed to working with the local community to encourage sustainable long term growth. Darren Lockyer goes to meet the Mayor of Roma to ask him some deeper questions. To find out more, visit http://www.aplng.com.au/community/community-engagement
Views: 26883 AustraliaPacificLNG
Women@Bechtel - Queensland Curtis LNG project
 
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Women at Bechtel are making their mark on the construction industry, by helping build Queensland's first LNG facilities
Views: 430 Bechtel Australia
Curtis Island LNG site
 
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Views: 65 Ben Combes
Calhart welding pipeline Karratha
 
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Calhart welding pipeline Perth
Fortescue Metals (FMG) Herb Elliott Port Expansion Project
 
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fmgl.com.au | Fortescue Metals (FMG) is spending US$9 billion on expanding its Herb Elliot port in the Pilbara. The Port expansion will support an increase in iron ore tonnage received from the existing Chichester Hub and the new Solomon Hub.
The Surat Basin --Australia's Clean Energy Capital video1.mp4
 
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http://www.investing-in-property.com.au The Surat Basin --Australia's Clean Energy Capital A wave of transformation is breathing life and economic vibrancy into regional centres across the country, with around $270bn in energy projects currently planned or underway. All of this activity in the resources sector is igniting a property boom in hub towns such as Chinchilla, Roma and Miles in the Surat Basin, and savvy property investors are set to benefit. These billion-dollar projects are designed to help meet the soaring global demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG), the emerging clean placement fuel for coal, and coal itself. This demand is coming predominantly from international export destinations in Asia, and more specifically China, which is experiencing the largest mass urbanization in history. Infrastructure hot-spotting expert Flynn De Freitas from Omega Investments predicts that over the next ten years, the number of large or tiered cities in China will increase by 37, to 143 cities of at least a million people. Clearly, international demand -- along with Australia's own domestic energy needs -- isn't expected to slow any time soon. While all of this activity is all good news for the Australian economy, it also represents an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for property investors to secure high rents and strong capital growth in one hit. De Freitas has been charting the property prospects of the Surat Basin for some time, and he believes the local real estate market offers strong returns to investors willing to take the plunge. "The unique and vital nature of the energy industry presents property investors with an opportunity to invest in Australia's new energy towns," he says. "These are towns where a social contract between the energy industry, government and local communities means that the billions of dollars in infrastructure investment by the energy industry is matched by millions of dollars in government social investment in local communities." De Freitas says these social investments makes these communities more liveable and attractive for workers within the energy industry, which ultimately ensures that property investors enjoy sustainable, long term property growth -- thereby avoiding the boom/bust risks of mining boom towns. The Surat Basin has been dubbed by some as Australia's future energy hub, with the emerging Energy Town of Chinchilla set to benefit from an impressive array of planned infrastructure projects worth billions of dollars. Two of the largest infrastructure projects in the Surat Basin are the $15bn Queensland Curtis Island Liquefied Natural Gas (QCLNG) and the $20bn Australia Pacific Liquefied Natural Gas (APLNL) projects, which have both commenced construction. They will involve a peak construction workforce of 6,500 in the Chinchilla region, dropping to a low of 1,400 over a four-year period. "The Chinchilla property market has already been richly rewarded by the energy industry, with the 2004-2006 construction 25km away of the Kogan Creek Power Station, which entailed 1,000 construction workers and 300 operational workers, virtually all located in Chinchilla," he says. "This $1.2bn energy project saw annual median property values rise by over 20% for three straight years... and contributed to the 11.9% average annual growth rate over the last 10 years to 2011." De Freitas says these phenomenal growth rates "all now look to be superseded" by the QCLNG and APLNG projects. "Given the impact of one single $1.2bn project, the next decade of growth for Chinchill's property market looks very favourable indeed." For more information visit us at http://www.investing-in-property.com.au
Views: 99 Bruce Graham