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Plibersek must act as NT Gov approves Tamboran’s latest frack plan

June 07, 2024

Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek must ensure Tamboran’s “Shenandoah South” fracking plan is scrutinised under new water trigger laws, after the NT Government signed off on the project without requiring further assessment. The decision was made at 7pm Thursday in the leadup to the first long...

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Lake Eyre Basin

In December 2023 the QLD Government announced that it will protect the Channel Country rivers and floodplains of the Lake Eyre Basin from new oil and gas. The rivers of the Lake Eyre Basin in Queensland are some of the last free-flowing desert rivers on earth and this announcement by the government puts in place the first official no go zone for gas in Queensland outside of national parks. Read more....

NSW Coal Watch

The 14 proposed new coal expansions in New South Wales will create 2 billion tonnes of lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions - which is 15 times the state’s current annual emissions. NSW can’t meet climate goals, and neither can Australia or the globe, if these mines go ahead. The NSW Premier and his Ministers can take action to ensure these projects do not go ahead.  Read more....

Northern Territory Fracking

Unconventional gas exploration and fracking is already underway in the Roper Gulf region of the Northern Territory, with a number of companies undertaking exploration drilling in the region. Read more....

Coal Mine Methane

Australia’s coal mines have a methane problem. In 2019, they released 68% of Australia’s methane emissions from the energy industry overall, making coal mines a larger contributor than both oil and gas. What’s more, new evidence suggests emissions are under-reported and are actually significantly higher than this. Read more...

Winchester South

In November 2023, the Queensland Coordinator General recommended approval of the Winchester South Coal Project, a new open-cut thermal and metallurgical coal mine in Central Queensland proposed by Whitehaven Coal. The project’s EIS reveals it would mine up to 17 million tonnes of coal each year for 28 years. Read more....

Fracking the Kimberley

The Kimberley has some of the largest intact natural landscapes left in the world. It is also a culturally rich region, home to a living Aboriginal culture that is tens of thousands of years old. But this beautiful region has also been identified as having some of the largest untapped shale gas and tight sands gas reserves in the world. Read more....

Stop Santos’ Narrabri Gas Plans in north west NSW

To: Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, Minister for Climate change Chris Bowen, NSW Premier Chris Minns.

Coal seam gas (CSG) proposals put land, water and culture at risk, and have been rejected by local communities in north-west NSW, including Gomeroi Traditional Owners and farmers. CSG will turbocharge climate change and cause more droughts, floods and fires. 

We know the path forward for NSW isn’t more gas, but less. Victoria and the ACT both have plans to get off gas by electrifying industry and homes, but NSW does not. 

We can make dramatic reductions in gas demand in NSW by supporting households and businesses to switch to renewables which would reduce energy costs and help with the cost of living, perpetually. 

We don’t need the Narrabri Gas Project or the pipelines that go with it – all it will do is drive up energy bills and destroy our region.

Stop CSG projects planned for the Pilliga forest and our foodbowl on the Liverpool Plains, and associated pipeline infrastructure that will stretch across the Hunter and north-west NSW - harming land, water and culture.  

Support renewable alternatives that have community backing instead and develop a gas substitution roadmap and energy efficiency measures for households and businesses to ease cost of living pressures and deliver real action on climate change.

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