Coal seam gas management
Information on petroleum and gas tenures in Queensland. Find out about coal seam gas (CSG) activities on your land and how to negotiate with CSG companies.
CSG companies in Queensland need a petroleum resource authority before they can start mining. Learn about different authorities and your rights as a landholder.
Health and safety measures coal seam gas (CSG) operators must implement while working on your land. These include safety measures around fraccing and flaring.
Read about public liability as it applies to legacy petroleum and gas (including coal seam gas) infrastructure.
Environmental laws and policies governing coal seam gas (CSG) operations in Queensland. Download a list of fact sheets about CSG activities and the environment.
Find out how to access groundwater monitoring data and participate in bore monitoring.
The goal of the Land Access Ombudsman is to resolve disputes quickly and efficiently, in a simple and informal way.
Managing and improving the sustainable coexistence of landholders, regional communities and Queensland’s onshore gas industry.