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  • Publications
    the commercial viability of a northern outback Queensland meat processing facility Study and Report jointly prepared by Meateng Felix Domus and Tim Hoffman Advisory Meateng Pty Ltd 8 Montrose Street Hawthorn East Victoria 3123 AUSTRALIA Download PDF Savannah Crocodile Farm Project Normanton QLD A Report for the Bynoe CACS By John Lever Koorana Crocodile Farm Download PDF Kidston Pump Storage Hydro Project Download PDF Electricity energy generation in a pumped storage scheme works much like conventional hydroelectric schemes In periods of high demand electricity is generated when water is released from an upper reservoir through turbine generators and into a lower reservoir Unlike conventional hydroelectric schemes the water is not discharged from the lower reservoir but is instead pumped back to the upper reservoir during off peak hours by drawing electricity from the grid ie similar to the Wivenhoe Pump Storage and Snowy s Tumut 3 Why invest Long life infrastructure asset benefiting from the growth of renewable energy and rising gas prices in Queensland low capital costs due to use of existing infrastructure The project has a number of existing permits and approvals potentially fast tracking the approval process Strong revenue outlook benefiting from rising gas prices and volatility

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  • Water
    historical climate recent climate future climate considering current water use and future climate with potential future water demand The project identified regions that may come under increased or decreased stress due to climate change and increased water use The assessments made in this project provide key information for further investigations carried out through the Australian Government s Northern Australia Water Futures Assessment This initiative aims to develop a knowledge base to inform the development and protection of northern Australia s water resources so that any development proceeds in an ecologically culturally and economically sustainable way The NASY project was commissioned by the National Water Commission in consultation with the Australian Government Department of the Environment Water Heritage and the Arts This followed a March 2008 agreement by the Council of Australian Governments to undertake comprehensive scientific assessments of water yield in all major water systems across the country and provide a consistent analytical framework for water policy decisions across the nation CSIRO is also undertaking assessments in south west Western Australia and Tasmania The NASY project was reviewed by a Steering Committee and a Technical Reference Panel Both include representation from federal and state governments as well as independent experts Water in the Gulf of Carpentaria Drainage Division Report to the Australian Government from the CSIRO Northern Australia Sustainable Yields Project Download PDF Gilbert River Irrigation Area Investment Report Download PDF The Gilbert River in the Gulf Savannah region of northern Queensland has long been identified as having the potential to develop an irrigated agriculture industry Serious investigations in this regard were undertaken by the Queensland Government from 1998 to 2000 before being put on hold Between 2008 and 2011 regional takeholders further developed the business case for expansion of the Gilbert River Irrigation Area culminating in the joint State

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  • Energy
    the Gulf Savannah Region The information has been drawn from a number of existing profiles development proposals and energy demand and supply analyses and discussions with key industry representatives and other stakeholders across the region This report sets out the compelling competitive advantages that exist for the establishment of renewable energy generation in the Gulf Savannah region including a strong alignment with State and Commonwealth Policy objectives Gulf Savannah Renewable

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  • Regional Strategies
    that the Indo Pacific region needs a region that has the savings and the markets to drive northern prosperity This White Paper is an essential part of our plan to build a strong prosperous economy and a safe secure Australia We can take advantage of our strengths and our natural advantages The Hon Tony Abbott MP Prime Minister of Australia The Hon Warren Truss MP Deputy Prime Minister Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development The Hon Andrew Robb AO MP Minister for Trade and Investment Strategic Development Study Download PDF The following four strategic development priorities have been articulated for the region based on economic potential available resources and the major national and international economic trends set to impact the region over the coming decades These are presented in no priority order and include New Mine Exploration and Development Irrigated and Intensified Agriculture Energy Generation Security and Export Supply Chain Productivity Efficiency and Reliability In addition to the industry and infrastructure development opportunities research identified a number of overarching economic development considerations needing to be both addressed and facilitated in the region Land tenure Labour and skills Investment hurdles and barriers Regional identity branding and collaboration Strategies aimed at enhancing

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  • Transport Infrastructure
    Rail is an alliance between the local aboriginal native title owners and MIEPCO Pty Ltd As part of the project the company will undertake an extensive ongoing indigenous training and employment program MIEPCO is undertaking design and feasibility evaluation works to get the project shovel ready prior to seeking major project investment Our aim is to bring together government and private industry to directly stimulate the four pillars of the North Queensland economy directly benifiting Resources Agriculture Tourism and construction This project will directly support the development of the region s mineral energy agricultural tourism defence and other industries with enhanced trade and other investment links with the Asia Pacific It will address impediments to growth with critical economic and social infrastructure needed to support the long term growth of the region and drive future linkages and infrastructure connections across states and territories Port Carpentaria Rail Construction Project Download PDF Carpentaria Rail proposes the construction of a new deep water bulk minerals export port on the lower Gulf of Carpentaria with an associated all weather road and rail infrastructure connection from the port to the major towns North Western Minerals province The Port Carpentaria Railway project is based on the principles of Economic viability Environmental Sustainability Cultural sensitivity Local empowerment Improving the access to port and rail infrastructure in the North West Minerals Province will lead to increased mining activities and opportunities within the region Reduced export costs will also sustain the viability of existing operations in times of moderating world commodity prices and increased international competition Growth over time will lead to increasing rail activity and linkages across the state and country and reduced east coast shipping activity in the Great Barrier Reef area Constraints on existing infrastructure make the development of new facilities more economically viable than upgrading

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  • Investment Opportunities
    Abattoir Evaluating the commercial viability of a northern outback Queensland meat processing facility Study and Report jointly prepared by Meateng Felix Domus and Tim Hoffman Advisory Meateng Pty Ltd 8 Montrose Street Hawthorn East Victoria 3123 AUSTRALIA Download PDF Savannah Crocodile Farm Project Normanton QLD A Report for the Bynoe CACS By John Lever Koorana Crocodile Farm Download PDF Kidston Pump Storage Hydro Project Download PDF Electricity energy generation in a pumped storage scheme works much like conventional hydroelectric schemes In periods of high demand electricity is generated when water is released from an upper reservoir through turbine generators and into a lower reservoir Unlike conventional hydroelectric schemes the water is not discharged from the lower reservoir but is instead pumped back to the upper reservoir during off peak hours by drawing electricity from the grid ie similar to the Wivenhoe Pump Storage and Snowy s Tumut 3 Why invest Long life infrastructure asset benefiting from the growth of renewable energy and rising gas prices in Queensland low capital costs due to use of existing infrastructure The project has a number of existing permits and approvals potentially fast tracking the approval process Strong revenue outlook benefiting from rising gas prices

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  • Videos
    waters of the Gulf of Carpentaria prawn trawl fishery estuarine and inshore net fishery offshore net fishery line fishery mud crab fishery and offshore fin fish trawl fishery ETHERIDGE SHIRE Cattle grazing mining tourism and agriculture are the predominant industries which are the driving force behind the Etheridge Shire economy As businesses grow and our population steadily increases so will the need for additional services to keep pace with growth Mining Energy and Infrastructure Mining played a major part in the early history of the Gulf and is likely to see significant developments in coming years Most of the region lies partly within the North West Queensland Minerals Province The North West Queensland Minerals Province which extends to Queensland s western border is recognised as one of the most prospective minerals resource areas in the world and accounts for a considerable portion of the world s production of copper lead zinc and silver and also contains phosphate limestone and uranium deposits CARPENTARIA SHIRE KARUMBA The Carpentaria Shire continues to position itself as the place of importance for the Gulf region and is continued to being recognised by governments investors and tourists alike At present the towns of Karumba and Normanton are experiencing keen industrial and residential land sales at steadily increasing prices government and private infrastructure commitment and proposals developer interest and improved services to this region Small Light business The small business economy should grow further in coming years fuelled by population growth expansion in the agriculture and mining sectors and further increases in tourism numbers CARPENTARIA SHIRE NORMANTON The Carpentaria Shire continues to position itself as the place of importance for the Gulf region and is continued to being recognised by governments investors and tourists alike At present the towns of Karumba and Normanton are experiencing keen industrial

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  • Photos
    AND GROUPS PUBLICATIONS PROJECTS WATER ENERGY Regional Strategies Transport Infrastructure Investment Opportunities GALLERY VIDEOS PHOTOS MEMBERSHIP MEMBERSHIP LEVELS JOIN NOW RENEW NOW ASBAS CONTACT Photos Home Gallery Photos Call us 61 7 4745 1000 Download our GSD App Gulf Savannah Development 60 Landsborough Street Normanton Queensland 4890 Australia Ph 61 7 4745 1000 Fx 61 7 4745 1037 Postal PO Box 500 Normanton QLD 4890 GSD Facebook Feed Quick Links

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