Gasfields Commission Queensland, which works to improve relations between gas companies and farmers, also declared plane flights and private dinners

Gas companies and lobbyists treated senior figures from the Queensland industry regulator to tickets to the Australian ballet, corporate boxes at football games and cocktail parties as part of thousands of dollars in hospitality.

Staff from the Gasfields Commission Queensland, which was set up in 2013 to improve relations between gas companies and rural landholders that remain fractious, have also declared field trips, plane flights and private dinners paid for by the industry, documents show.

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Source: Guardian Environment