Farmers shouldn’t have to carry CSG risks

Farmers shouldn’t have to carry CSG risks

Coal seam gas mining creates significant risks for rural landholders, including issues around land and water pollution, and insurability for damages. A range of potential impacts are still not covered under Conduct and Compensation Agreements (CCAs).

We are calling for a full review of Queensland’s CCA's so that landholders are not left to foot the bill for damage from coal seam gas extraction.

 

 

Coal seam gas mining creates significant risks for rural landholders, including issues around land and water pollution, and insurability for damages. A range of potential impacts are still not covered under Conduct and Compensation Agreements (CCAs).

We are calling for a full review of Queensland’s CCA's so that landholders are not left to foot the bill for damage from coal seam gas extraction.

 

 

Request for CCA Review

The QLD Gasfields Commission and the Minister for Natural Resources can undertake a review and ensure landholders come first.

Will you write to them and demand this review?

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