Santos has lodged its official response to some 23,000 submissions made to the Department of Planning and Environment in New South Wales in response to the company’s Environmental Impact Statement for the Narrabri Gas Project.
Following a detailed scientific inquiry into the use of hydraulic fracturing and onshore natural gas development, the Northern Territory has given a green light to industry.
The transparency and motivation of the charity status has come into the spotlight again as reported in The Australian that anti-Adani green groups generated nearly $25 million in income last financial year.
We’ve previously detailed the positive natural gas exploration and development examples coming out of Queensland, including the economic impact to the state, and yet again the region is ready to show the rest of the country how to get the job done.
The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has released an update to its Victorian Gas Planning Report outlining the need for “additional gas production, alternative supply or other measures to meet natural gas demand in winter 2021”.
The much-anticipated final report from the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory has been released – concluding that “the challenges and risks associated with any onshore shale gas industry in the NT can be appropriately managed”.
A recent report from the German non-profit Climate Analytics argues against “any new gas development in Western Australia based on unconventional resources” claiming that due to “their sheer scale” such development would single-handedly “undermine…the world’s efforts to meet the Paris Agreement’s climate goals.”
We’ve seen it all before, when the Sydney Morning Herald ignored the facts to promote a green group’s propaganda. We’ve also seen how the Kangaroo Island Council spreads misinformation and how the SA Greens attempt to misinform Parliament and the Community.