Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Andrews government opens up state's western coastline to gas drilling

More than 1300 square kilometres of coastal waters and coastline in western Victoria has been opened up to gas exploration by the Andrews government, including potential drilling from onshore.
The Andrews government has opened up more than
1300 square kilometres of coastal waters to offshore
 gas exploration.
Industry has been invited to bid for the right to explore for gas along a vast stretch of ocean between the Twelve Apostles Marine National Park and the South Australian border.


Read Adam Carey’s story from The Age - “Andrews government opens up state's western coastline to gas drilling.”

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