AgForce Projects return to Central Queensland to deliver a workshop series designed to support landholders that are dealing with coal seam gas (CSG) or mining on their property.
The Advanced Coal Seam Gas Negotiation Support workshops encourage landholders to share experiences, concerns and triumphs, but also provide attendees with the support they require to obtain the best possible outcome for their property and business.
CSG Project Leader Daniel Phipps said the workshops are designed for landholders who are negotiating, have negotiated or are renegotiating a Conduct and Compensation Agreement (CCA) or a make good agreement with a resource company.
"This series is about landholders sharing experiences, triumphs and tribulations with each other, as well as being updated on developments in the industry," Mr Phipps said.
"Arrow Energy has received approval for their Environmental Impact Assessment (EIS) for development within the Bowen Basin. Arrow has estimated it will drill approximately 4,000 of the 6,000 wells they received approval for."
"Not only are there still wells left to be drilled, but CCA's and activities can change and landholders need to remain aware of their rights, changes within the industry and how to develop more effective conduct provisions from experiences shared."
Mr Phipps said the CSG Compliance Unit will attend the workshops organised by AgForce Projects to discuss specific issues with landholders.
The workshops will be held in:
- Dysart – 7 July
- Moranbah – 8 July
- Nebo – 9 July
Producers that are interested in attending any AgForce Projects events should visit www.agforceprojects.org.au. These workshops are delivered with the support of the Queensland Government, the Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association, Queensland Resources Council and the GasFields Commission Queensland.