CSIRO study finds CSG development has little impact on air water quality

A NEW study from the CSIRO’s Santos- and Origin Energy-sponsored Gas Industry Social and Environmental Research Alliance has found fraccing does not damage air, water or soil quality in Queensland’s CSG heartland the Surat Basin.

CSIRO study finds CSG development has little impact on air water quality CSIRO study finds CSG development has little impact on air water quality CSIRO study finds CSG development has little impact on air water quality CSIRO study finds CSG development has little impact on air water quality CSIRO study finds CSG development has little impact on air water quality

First of a kind Oz study looks at six Origin wells over three year life

GISERA said this is the most comprehensive research undertaken to date in Australia and "represents the leading edge of international onshore gas studies" which can be used by local stakeholders to
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