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Denison Gas Donates $20k to Flood Relief Effort

March 17, 2022 , Last updated on
  • Denison Gas donates $20k to Australian Red Cross – QLD and NSW Floods Appeal
  • Queensland Resources Minister acknowledges resources sector contribution

Denison Gas Limited, and its affiliates (Denison Gas or the Company), is pleased to announce it has donated $20,000 to the Australian Red Cross – Qld and NSW Floods Appeal.

The Company joined several major resources companies – including BHP, Rio Tinto, Glencore, and Origin Energy – in providing much-needed funds to the flood relief effort.

Hon. Scott Stewart, Queensland Minister for Resources, acknowledged the significant financial support received from the resources industry in his Parliamentary speech.

The Minister commented:

“Like all of us, workers from across Queensland’s resources sector have felt the pain of the recent floods. The sector has responded to calls for help and is pitching in to help Queenslanders recover from this disaster. The measures taken by these companies show their commitment to helping out those in need. It embodies the Queensland spirit, and I thank them for it.”

Mr Benson Wong, CEO of Denison Gas, commented:

“The recent floods in Queensland have had a devastating impact on so many people and Denison Gas is pleased to be able to provide a financial contribution to help Queenslanders start to rebuild and get back on their feet. The state is fortunate to have a strong resources sector that allows us to give back to the community. We appreciate the acknowledgement of the sector’s contribution by the Queensland Minister for Resources, the Hon. Scott Stewart.”

About Denison:

Denison is a gas production and exploration company focused on both efficiently increasing its existing conventional gas production and developing the significant CSG resources within its Denison Trough tenement areas. 

Since April 2019, the Company has operated 14 gas fields, 2 gas processing facilities, 4 additional gas compression facilities and a 200-kilometre gas pipeline network connected to the Jemena operated Queensland Gas Pipeline.

Following the restart of its Denison North project in early 2020, the Company embarked on a program to bring its remaining 2P conventional gas reserves into production, to fill its available gas processing capacity, to meet its executed gas sales agreements through to 2025, and to allow contracting of new gas sales. The Company commenced its CSG pilot well testing program in 2022, focusing on a portion of its contingent CSG resources. As Australia transitions to a low carbon future, we aim to grow reliable production in a safe, cost-effective and environmentally responsible way to meet the energy needs of communities and deliver strong financial returns to our investors.

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