Guiding a steady ship at QGC
THE next 12 months is about building resilience at Shell’s QGC, manager Peter Norman has revealed in a CQIndustry Q and A.
Mr Norman said the business was now “consolidating after the storm” – the storm being the boom years when three liquefied natural gas plants, including Shell’s, were built on Curtis Island before 2014.
Now his business’s challenges are to remain costcompetitive and safer amid a highly competitive market.
“We are here for the long run but must earn the right for further investment in a highly competitive world,” he said.
Mr Norman also shared some of the lighter sides to his life, including drinking coffee with character, his enjoyment of surfing and his vast music interests from Russian disco to Pink Floyd.
Read the Q and A inside.