People in New South Wales are being comprehensively misled by activists hell-bent on stopping a badly needed natural gas development at Narrabri, in the State’s north-west.
There has been a flurry of activity on social media this week trying to accuse gas pipeline survey workers of trespass and suggesting police were considering arresting them.
The GISERA-commissioned, CSIRO lead, social impact assessment into ‘Community wellbeing and local attitudes to coal seam gas development’ in Narrabri has been released.
The latest report from the energy distribution sector highlights an expanding industry with great prospects for delivering carbon emissions reduction.
In this letter to the West Australian newspaper, ERIC Director Steve Wright sets the record straight on some alarmist claims about supposed health impacts from the gas industry.
ERIC Director Steve Wright’s Letter to the Editor on why the Narrabri Gas Project is now more important than ever.
In contrast to the claims of protesters, not everyone is opposed to fossil fuels. The majority of Australians rely on coal and gas-fired electricity to run their businesses, heat their homes and keep the lights on.
Anti-gas activists are fond of talking about how LNG export plants operating on the Queensland coast are “sucking all the gas north” and leaving southern states in the lurch.