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The NSW Government has introduced stringent new codes of practice to regulate the Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry, including new well integrity standards. For any well to be drilled, it is a requirement of an operator’s exploration licence that it be drilled in accordance with the NSW Government’s Code of Practice for Well Integrity. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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The NSW Government has introduced stringent new codes of practice to regulate the Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry, including new well integrity standards. For any well to be drilled, it is a requirement of an operator’s exploration licence that it be drilled in accordance with the NSW Government’s Code of Practice for Well Integrity. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

The NSW Government has introduced stringent new codes of practice to regulate the Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry, including new well integrity standards. For any well to be drilled, it is a requirement of an operator’s exploration licence that it be drilled in accordance with the NSW Government’s Code of Practice for Well Integrity. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

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Coal Seam Gas is a naturally occurring gas found in coal seams hundreds of metres beneath the earth’s surface. Coal seam and natural gas make up the gas supply piped into more than one million homes and businesses in NSW for use in everyday cooking, heating and manufacturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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Coal Seam Gas is a naturally occurring gas found in coal seams hundreds of metres beneath the earth’s surface. Coal seam and natural gas make up the gas supply piped into more than one million homes and businesses in NSW for use in everyday cooking, heating and manufacturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

Coal Seam Gas is a naturally occurring gas found in coal seams hundreds of metres beneath the earth’s surface. Coal seam and natural gas make up the gas supply piped into more than one million homes and businesses in NSW for use in everyday cooking, heating and manufacturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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Coal Seam Gas (CSG) exploration and production in NSW is subject to some of the toughest regulations in the world to ensure protection of the environment and the safety of our communities. CSG exploration and production can proceed only after detailed multi-agency assessments which address environmental, community, health and water concerns. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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Coal Seam Gas (CSG) exploration and production in NSW is subject to some of the toughest regulations in the world to ensure protection of the environment and the safety of our communities. CSG exploration and production can proceed only after detailed multi-agency assessments which address environmental, community, health and water concerns. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

Coal Seam Gas (CSG) exploration and production in NSW is subject to some of the toughest regulations in the world to ensure protection of the environment and the safety of our communities. CSG exploration and production can proceed only after detailed multi-agency assessments which address environmental, community, health and water concerns. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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Coal Seam Gas is around 95-97% pure methane – a naturally occuring, non-toxic, flammable gas. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au
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Coal Seam Gas is around 95-97% pure methane – a naturally occuring, non-toxic, flammable gas. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Coal Seam Gas is around 95-97% pure methane – a naturally occuring, non-toxic, flammable gas. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au
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Electricity and gas supply comprised just 1.6% of NSW's total water consumption in 2010-11. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au
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Electricity and gas supply comprised just 1.6% of NSW's total water consumption in 2010-11. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Electricity and gas supply comprised just 1.6% of NSW's total water consumption in 2010-11. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au
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Coal Seam Gas (CSG) is extracted from deep below the ground using world-best practice techniques that protect the community and our environment. There are different ways of extracting CSG from below the ground. They include vertical drilling, horizontal or directional drilling and hydraulic fracturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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Coal Seam Gas (CSG) is extracted from deep below the ground using world-best practice techniques that protect the community and our environment. There are different ways of extracting CSG from below the ground. They include vertical drilling, horizontal or directional drilling and hydraulic fracturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

Coal Seam Gas (CSG) is extracted from deep below the ground using world-best practice techniques that protect the community and our environment. There are different ways of extracting CSG from below the ground. They include vertical drilling, horizontal or directional drilling and hydraulic fracturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.
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Coal Seam Gas wells are created by drilling up to 1,000 meters below the land surface through layers of earth and rock. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au
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Coal Seam Gas wells are created by drilling up to 1,000 meters below the land surface through layers of earth and rock. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Coal Seam Gas wells are created by drilling up to 1,000 meters below the land surface through layers of earth and rock. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

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Harmful Coal Seam Gas extraction chemicals such as BTEX, have been banned in NSW. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Harmful Coal Seam Gas extraction chemicals such as BTEX, have been banned in NSW. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.

NSW has strict regulations in place to protect the environment, land, water and local communities. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

NSW has strict regulations in place to protect the environment, land, water and local communities. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.

NSW imports 95% of its gas supply from other states, with just 5% produced domestically. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

NSW imports of its gas supply from other states, with just produced domestically. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.

Hydraulic Fracturing or fracking, as it’s commonly referred to, normally takes place just once during the life of a well. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Hydraulic Fracturing or fracking, as it’s commonly referred to, normally takes place just once during the life of a well. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.

NSW does not export Coal Seam Gas. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

NSW does not export Coal Seam Gas. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Sign to save the Great Barrier Reef from coal & coal seam gas project proposals along with QLD coast.

Sign to save the Great Barrier Reef from coal & coal seam gas project proposals along with QLD coast.

Coal Seam Gas production accounts for just 0.003% of land use in NSW. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

Coal Seam Gas production accounts for just of land use in NSW. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.

The coal seam gas industry in New South Wales, Australia, has a “complete lack of solutions” to deal with large quantities of salt, with one pilot project alone producing five tonnes of salt a day, a report commissioned by the state's Chief Scientist said. | Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/environment/coal-seam-gas-industry-faces-salt-overload-20131204-2yqx8.html

NSW's coal seam gas industry has a “complete lack of solutions” to deal with large quantities of salt, with one pilot project alone producing five .

In NSW fracking fluid is up to 99% sand and water. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.csg.nsw.gov.au

In NSW fracking fluid is up to sand and water. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website www.

Coal Seam Gas "The Project"

Charlie Pickering pulls apart Coal Seam Gas on the The Project. "Our industry is one of the most highly regulated in Australia, with strict rules in place go.

Blog- Coal Seam Gas Explained: The CSG Debate

Coal seam gas isn’t something that would top most people’s considerations when moving to Australia. Perhaps it should, it’s scarier than snakes!

THE FRACKING FACTS - No one disputes that ther economic & political benefits to Fracking.  What IS disputed are the negative consequences of Fracking that outweigh the benefits.  Why?  Because when water is poisoned and health is damaged, there’s no amount of money that can fix it and you don’t get any do-overs.  Some things just have to be more valuable than money! Click the graphic to learn more and then go to www.GetTheFrackOut.com to find how you can support a global moratorium on…

Facts On Fracking, Pros & Cons of Hydraulic Fracturing For Natural Gas (Infographic)

THE FRACKING FACTS - No one disputes that ther economic & political benefits to Fracking. What IS disputed are the negative consequences of Fracking that outweigh the benefits. Why? Because when water is poisoned and health is damaged, there’s no amount of money that can fix it and you don’t get any do-overs. Some things just have to be more valuable than money! Click the graphic to learn more and then go to www.GetTheFrackOut.com to find how you can support a global moratorium on…

Coal seam gas approvals need to look beyond water

While 50 coal and coal seam gas projects are being pushed through the federal environmental assessment in Queensland, the Australian government has backed away from the process in New South Wales.

"For most wild things on earth, the future must depend on the conscience of mankind" - Dr. Archie Carr    How YOU can help...click on image to go to Sophie Munns' blog!

Made by Martin Bannard these visuals hope to get your attention on the coal seam gas fracking in Queensland issue.

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