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Toll Energy extends contract with Arrow Energy

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World Coal,

Toll Energy has made an extension to its contract with coalbed methane (CBM) company Arrow Energy to now include crane lift operations.

Toll has provided logistics support for Arrow Energy’s gas field exploration and development operations in Queensland’s Bowen Basin since 2014, including transport of CBM stores from international and domestic locations to warehouses in Dalby and Moranbah – manned and operated by Toll Energy – and the provision of water services for its sites.

Arrow Energy currently delivers almost 20% of Queensland’s gas supply from its five CBM fields across the state.

“There has been a significant downturn across the Australian resources sector, including the [CBM] industry. Major projects have progressed past the construction phase to the export phase, which has impacted requirements for logistics services,” explained Peter Runge, Toll Energy Supply Chain Manager for Queensland and New South Wales.

“The continuation – and extension – of our partnership with Arrow Energy demonstrates Toll’s strength, not only in the energy sector but also in the relationships we build with our customers, and that is definitely something we are proud of,” Runge detailed.

Edited from press release by Harleigh Hobbs

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