Australia has large reserves of coal seam gas, especially in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, while large shale gas deposits exist across the Northern Territory, South Australia and Western Australia. CSG is currently being extracted from the Bowen and Surat Basins in Queensland and the Camden Valley in New South Wales, with numerous exploration wells across the Liverpool Plains and Hunter Valley. To extract the gas, water, sand and chemicals are injected into the rock at high pressure in a process known as "fracking."
I'll say yes because I personally know someone working in that industry, and when the actual restorative procedure is followed then the results are most of the time a better situation then what it was before but it's when these restorative procedure's are not followed is when I have an issue with it.
i belive that they shouldnt ban these projects because we need coal for things to opperate, however austraia could reduce the coal mines due to the fact that they are ruining the local enviroment and we onyl have one planet.
despite coal being an essential aspect of generating income for the Australian economy, we should start funding for my renewable energy instead in order to prevent further damage to the environment and thus help put a stop to climate change
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