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Gladstone Infrastructure & Industry

Infrastructure Upgrades

 Recently Completed:

Gladstone Entertainment Centre Precinct Expansion

Gladstone Regional Council – Upgrade Aquatic Centre – to include Water Play Parl

Kirkwood Road – Ring Road – East to West Connection

To Be Completed:

Stockland Shopping Centre Upgrade – expansion to existing shopping mall

Kin Kora Roundabout Upgrade – TBA

Calliope Crossroads Upgrade – completion early 2014

Gladstone East Shores recreational precinct – $45M expected to open mid-2014


Major Industries:

Queensland Alumina Refinery – one of the world’s largest aluminium refinery

Boyne Smelter Limited – Australia’s largest aluminium smelter

Rio Tinto Alcan Yarwun Refinery 1 and 2

Cement Australia – largest manufacturer and distributor of cement

Orica – one of the largest producers of sodium cyanide in Australia and the third largest in the world

Queensland Energy Resources Limited (QERL) – Stuart Oil Shale Project, formally owned by Southern Pacific Petroleum, producing fuel oil products

Port of Gladstone – Queensland’s largest multi-commodity port

NRG Power Station – Queensland’s largest power station

Gladstone Area Water Board and Sun water

Reg Tanna Coal Terminal

Querries (Yarwun, Targinnie)

Major Industry Under Construction:

Gladstone Ports Corporation Limited – Port Expansion – Fisherman’s Landing Reclamation Area – $2.5B

WICET – Wiggins Island New Coal Export Terminal – $2.5B for Stage 1

GLNG (Santos, Petronas, Total & Kogas) – LNG Production Facility

Queensland Curtis LNG (QGC – BG Group) – LNG Facility and Pipeline Delivery

Australian Pacific LNG (Origin and ConocoPhillips) – LNG Production Facility – $23B

Curtis Island Water and Sewage Infrastructure Project – GAWB and GRC

Major Industry Committed:

Origin Energy – Gas Field Development – $260M

Major Industry Under Study:

Tenement to Terminal Limited (3TL) – $2.2B

Arrow LNG Plant (Shell and PetroChina) – LNG Production Facility – $TBA

Boulder Steel Limited – Gladstone Steel Plant Project – $4.4B

Glencore Xstrata – Balaclava Island Coal Terminal – $1.5B

Gladstone Pacific Nickel Limited (GPNL) – Nickel Ore Processing Plan – US $3.65B

(Photo Caption: Curtis Island Construction Site)