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Published on Apr 1, 2013
They tell us coal seam gas is a cleaner greener fuel which will help reduce carbon emissions, but that is a lie. The methane which leaks from CSG drilling operations far outweighs any potential saving in CO2, and the hydrogen sulphide and radon released poison us all. This documentary shows how the two biggest CSG projects in Australia's history were rail-roaded past the environmental impact assessment process without any consideration of how they will deplete Australia's limited ground water reserves or any determination of the amounts of gas released. These projects are expected to lower water tables by between 100 and 700 metres.