Innovative technology for the gas industry is set to be unveiled when the Queensland Gas Conference & Exhibition opens in September this year, designed to reduce the environmental and community impacts associated with natural gas exploration.
Among the list of expert exhibitors from the gas industry is Aerison; a company that is working to reduce the impact of the CSG-LNG industry on the environment through pollution negating solutions.
Aerison Engineering Manager Jon Wardle said the Australian government’s increasingly stringent regulations on mine emissions emphasised the pertinent need for innovative and practical solutions.
“Mining and resource companies understand the need to minimise the impact they have on the communities and environment that surrounds them,” Mr Wardle said.
“Recent advancements mean that it is now easier than ever before to customise a solution which addresses the environmental needs and negates the emissions produced by specific projects.
‘Whether it’s the combustion of emissions through various processes or the design of structures to contain pollutants, we’re able to minimise the impact of projects and help companies adhere to environmental impact regulations.”
The Queensland Gas Conference & Exhibition runs from 11th to 12th and focuses on the latest developments and issues facing Queensland's Coal Seam Gas industry.
For more information on QGCE or to arrange an interview with Aerison, please contact Cortney Thomson at Cole Lawson Communications on 07 3221 2220 or 0414 875 337.
Aerison is a single-source supplier of products and services to the mining, mineral processing, oil and natural gas production and manufacturing industries whose major goal is to reduce the impact of industry on the environment.