Arrow to hold extra information sessions on Surat development


Arrow Energy is holding further information sessions next week to update the community on its Surat Gas Project.

The upcoming sessions will provide details on Arrow’s recent announcement relating to its 27-year gas supply agreement with the Shell-operated QCLNG joint venture, and plans to advance development of its Surat Basin reserves.

Arrow Energy Vice President External Relations and Tenure Management Leisa Elder said the sessions would follow the same format as sessions conducted late last year.

“In December, Arrow signed one of the largest gas supply deals on the east coast,” Ms Elder said.

“At the time, we held a series of information sessions to provide details on the project, including proposed development phasing and timeframes.

“The upcoming sessions are intended to reach those people who perhaps were unable to attend prior to Christmas, but would like information on the development.”

Sessions will be held in Miles, Chinchilla, Dalby and Cecil Plains.

Presentation content will be the same as last year, and a number of Arrow staff will be available to answer questions.

To register your attendance or for more information, please call 1800 038 856 (free call) or email

Session details:




Miles Leichhardt Centre
29 Dawson St, Miles

Wednesday 31 January

11am – 1pm

Chinchilla Cultural Centre
68 – 86 Heeney St, Chinchilla

Wednesday 31 January

3pm – 5pm

BMO Conference Centre
178 Drayton St, Dalby

Thursday 1 February

9am – 11am

Cecil Plains Hall
41 Geraghty St (Cnr Russell Ave), Cecil Plains

Thursday 1 February

1.30pm – 3.30pm


Media contact:
Phone: 07 3012 4698 / 0400 693 248

Additional Information:

  • The 27-year deal between Arrow and the Shell-operated QCLNG joint venture, will commercialise the majority of Arrow’s gas reserves in the Surat Basin (approx. 5 trillion cubic feet), where the company has produced gas for more than a decade.
  • Collaboration between the parties will see use of existing QGC-operated infrastructure such as gas compression, processing and transmission infrastructure as well as water transport and treatment facilities. Utilising existing upstream infrastructure will reduce impacts to landholders and to communities.

Arrow Energy Pty Ltd
Arrow Energy is an integrated coal seam gas (CSG) company. Arrow explores and develops gas fields, produces and sells CSG and generates electricity. Arrow has been safely and sustainably developing CSG since 2000 and supplying it commercially since 2004. The company is working to meet demand for cleaner burning fuels through gas supply.

Arrow is owned by Shell and PetroChina (50/50).

QCLNG is an unincorporated joint venture between Shell, CNOOC and Tokyo Gas.