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Methane Emissions in QLD CSG fields.

The main chemical component of coal seam gas (CSG) is methane. Methane is also a powerful greenhouse gas. As a chemical, methane is odourless, colourless, and invisible to the naked eye.

These characteristics mean that methane released during industry gasfield operations can be readily overlooked, ignored, or hidden. This report describes video recording methane emissions in the Queensland CSG fields using a FLIR GF-­‐320 infrared video camera.

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'F for Fail': Legal analysis of the implementation of NT Fracking Inquiry recommendations

February 22, 2022

New forensic legal analysis has revealed stark failings in the NT Government’s implementation of Justice Pepper’s recommendations from the NT Fracking Inquiry. Chief Minister Gunner has repeatedly promised to implement all recommendations in full – including in the lead-up to the last election. However,...

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Emissions from potential gas development, Queensland Lake Eyre Basin

February 06, 2022

Ian Lowe AO FTSE is an emeritus professor in the School of Environment and Science at Griffith University.SummaryThis report calculates the likely carbon emissions of two gas development scenarios in Queensland’s Lake Eyre Basin.DOWNLOAD THE REPORT

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