FSRU INSPECTION Our Project Director, Keith Walker, and his team have just returned from a trip to Korea to inspect one of the Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRU) that may be chartered for the Port Kembla Gas Terminal (PKGT). The FSRU is a critical...read more
Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) secured AIE has entered into an agreement with Norwegian company, Höegh LNG, to supply the Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) for our proposed Port Kembla Gas Terminal (PKGT). Höegh LNG is a...read more
Community Information Session held It was a busy time for the AIE team last night. Thanks to all the interested community members who dropped in to our Community Information Session at Steelers Leagues Club. There was considerable interest in how the Port...read more
AIE welcomes the NSW Government’s decision to declare its LNG Import Terminal project as Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI). This decision reflects the importance of NSW having its own source of competitively priced natural gas to support its homes and…read more
Members of the AIE team have just returned from Singapore where they met with a number of the world’s leading suppliers of Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRU), to source a suitable FSRU vessel for the Port Kembla Gas Terminal project. The FSRU will be moored at Berth 101….read more
AIE announced today that it has selected Port Kembla as the site for its proposed Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) Import Terminal.
The Port Kembla Gas Terminal will have the ability to supply in excess of 100PJ of natural gas per year, which is sufficient to meet over 70 percent of NSW’s total gas needs.
- Planning assessment process commences
- Secretary’s Environmental Assessment Requirements received
- Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) lodged
- EIS public exhibition and submissions
- AIE responds to submissions
- NSW Government considers the Project
- NSW Government determines the development consent