Smells, nose bleeds prompt CSG fears

UNFOUNDED. That's the word from Australia's peak oil and gas body about claims from lobby group Lock the Gate Alliance that a hydrogen sulphide smell on Queensland's Darling Downs was a result of coal seam gas activity.

Smells, nose bleeds prompt CSG fears Smells, nose bleeds prompt CSG fears Smells, nose bleeds prompt CSG fears Smells, nose bleeds prompt CSG fears Smells, nose bleeds prompt CSG fears

Residents in the Tara residential estate on Darling Downs have expressed concern about the air quality in the area, reporting the presence of gas as smelling "sweet" and like "rotten eggs.

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