How Landholders and Natural Gas Companies in Queensland are Coexisting Respectfully
Michael Taylor from “Fairlands” in Wallumbilla, Queensland, shares his perspective on how gas companies and landholders have learnt to coexist over the years and treat each other respectfully. Michael runs Midwest Rural Traders in Wallumbilla and over the years has seen an increase in gas companies working closely with and supporting local businesses in the area.
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