For general technical advice or information related to gas and/ or gas appliances, we recommended that you contact a local Gas Fitter. Click on FIND A GASFITTER
In the event of an emergency, we recommend you call Emergency Services on 000.
The Petroleum and Gas Inspectorate of Safety and Health Division is responsible for regulating and monitoring safety in the gas and petroleum industries.
The inspectorate regulates naturally produced petroleum and natural gas, fuel gases such as LPG, CNG, LNG and related products, and sewage and other bio-gases. It does not cover acetylene, ammonia, petrol, diesel and other 'refined gases or products'.
Industries regulated by the inspectorate include petroleum exploration and production, petroleum pipelines, gas distribution (including reticulation and gas cylinders), automotive LPG, gas users (from power stations to pottery kilns) and licensing the installation and servicing of domestic, commercial and industrial gas devices.
For further information on rules, regulations and legislation, please click on below:
Emergency contact information
This would relate to instances concerning, but are not limited to, a pipeline rupture, gas leak / fire / explosion, a vehicle leaking Auto LPG etc.
As a precaution, keep clear of the immediate area.
Call 000 in the first instance in an emergency situation, and where possible, the petroleum or gas company named on any signage.
Immediate notification of incidents: 1300 910 933 (24 hours, 7 days a week)
In writing: email PGIHotline@dnrm.qld.gov.au
Find out more about how to report a prescribed incident at your operating plant or business.
Public reporting of minor incidents, concerns or questions about gas safety can be emailed to: email@example.com.
Petroleum & Gas Inspectorate Details
We held a media conference with the Mines Minister Dr Anthony Lynham advocating that Gas Works should only be Carried out by a Licensed Gas Fitter