The Project

Santos GLNG Project is a pioneering initiative to convert coal seam natural gas (CSG)

The Santos GLNG Project is a US$18.5 billion pioneering venture to convert coal seam natural gas (CSG) to liquefied natural gas (LNG) for export to global markets.

It represents a major investment in a cleaner energy source for the future. The project involves the development of gas fields in the Bowen and Surat Basins, the construction of a 420 kilometre underground gas transmission pipeline to Gladstone and a two-train LNG processing facility on Curtis Island in Gladstone. 


The project is a joint-venture between Santos and three of the world's largest energy companies, PETRONAS, Total and KOGAS.


The US$18.5 billion estimated capital cost of the GLNG Project from FID until the end of the 2015 includes acceleration projects that are subject to sanction by the GLNG partnership.


To view a map of the pipeline route click here


If you would like to read the description of the pipeline please click here


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Santos has a 50 year track record of working with local landholders and contributing to communities as we've grown to become Australia's largest domestic gas producer.

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