Queensland's LNG projects weather the storm

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Australia's east coast has again suffered substantial flooding from heavy rainfall during the summer cyclone season. It has been a human tragedy, with at least six fatalities to date. The rains and rivers are now subsiding, but some areas surrounding Queensland's prime CSG acreage in the Surat basin remain inundated. Localised flooding has made a number of roads and well sites near the Undulla Nose temporarily inaccessible. This has had a knock-on effect on extensive drilling campaigns,

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  • Upstream assets affected by heavy rainfall
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