Tuesday, June 22, 2021

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Hello frackers, you’re welcome

By ERWIN CHLANDA The NT Gunner Government’s decision to sacrifice an area bigger than Belgium to the fracking industry is stupid at a time when...

‘No fracking’ a Territory Alliance promise hard to keep

By ERWIN CHLANDA "No fracking in the NT" is a brave promise by the Territory Alliance but one that may be hard to keep if...

Reconstruction: Goats good, gas bad

By JULIUS DENNIS Ideas put to the Territory Economic Reconstruction Commission (TERC) range from raising goats to keeping away from oil and gas. In a submission...

Recovery: No help from oil and gas, says study


Mills, Finocchiaro agree with peak industry bodies plan while study reveals that oil and gas will do little to help with the economic recovery. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


UPDATE May 13 at 9.30am: Statement on behalf of Origin contradicting Jimmy Cocking.

NT Minister Paul Kirby hawking gas sales



Labor Resources Minister Paul Kirby (pictured) to create "multi-generational opportunities for Territorians and local businesses” from gas sales to Japan. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Gas, oil royalties: 10% of what?

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After the agonising, divisive fracking debate we can be safe in the knowledge that we're getting in royalties 10% of an amount of which we have no idea. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.

Gas fracking: Who forgot the oil?

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The Gunner Government's permission to frack for gas amounts equally to permission to frack for oil – enhancing the production of oil and giving access to Northern Territory oil not available without fracking. By TIM FORCEY.

CLP pushes for oil & gas, including fracking




The industry should be "governed by world’s best practice and science-based regulations to protect agricultural, water and biodiversity values of the land," writes party president Shane Stone.


Gunner on fracking: Change of words or heart?




Five words are at the centre of a row between the environmentalist sector and the new Chief Minister. ERWIN CHLANDA reports.


No oil, gas exploration in King's Canyon national park




Land council went off half-cocked with its application to the Federal Government, says Mines Minister Dave Tollner (pictured).


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