Simone Marsh worked in environmental regulation of the mining industry for over a decade before becoming an engineering consultant.
In early 2010, she was appointed to draft the Queensland Coordinator-General’s evaluation reports for Santos’ Gladstone LNG and BG Group’s Queensland Curtis LNG projects — the world’s first large-scale proposals to turn gas from land-based coal seams into liquefied natural gas for export.
In 2014, Simone provided evidence to a federal Senate inquiry regarding breaches of environmental law.
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