Something borrowed, something new, some of the language, a little blue: part one

A FUNNY thing is going on for those seeking to promote the benefits of unconventional drilling to the wider community. Spruikers on the east coast are yelling "coal seam gas isn't shale!" but those in the west are shouting "shale isn't CSG!".

Something borrowed, something new, some of the language, a little blue: part one
Something borrowed, something new, some of the language, a little blue: part one
Something borrowed, something new, some of the language, a little blue: part one
Something borrowed, something new, some of the language, a little blue: part one
Something borrowed, something new, some of the language, a little blue: part one

In much the same way a discussion on the environmental impacts of shale drilling in the US, sparked in part thanks to Gasland, set off a torrent of community concern over hydraulic fracturing, the

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