Stop the NT Gasfields

Stop the NT Gasfields

The North East Gas Interconnector (NEGI) is being proposed at a time in which global LNG markets are in a glut, and in the absence of effective national policy and legislation to prevent water resources being irreparably depleted by proposed shale gas exploitation.

The NEGI is a proposed 623km pipeline linking Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory to Mt Isa in Queensland. It would connect the Northern Territory with the Eastern gas market.

 

 

The North East Gas Interconnector (NEGI) is being proposed at a time in which global LNG markets are in a glut, and in the absence of effective national policy and legislation to prevent water resources being irreparably depleted by proposed shale gas exploitation.

The NEGI is a proposed 623km pipeline linking Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory to Mt Isa in Queensland. It would connect the Northern Territory with the Eastern gas market.

 

 

Public submission guide for proposed gas pipeline

The proposed Northern Territory gas pipeline is one of the largest new gas infrastructure developments in Australia and, if built, would likely open up vast areas of the Northern Territory to industrial fracking gasfields, targeting unconventional shale gas. 

The public submission period for the Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed gas pipeline is now open, until 9 October 2016.

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