YES2GAS is a Narrabri based group representing the local support for the Narrabri Gas Project. Projecting the positive opportunities for the community and presenting factual information.
THE CSIRO BASED GISERA RELEASES PHASE 3 OF THE SOCIAL BASELINE ASSESSMENT: NARRABRI PROJECT - COMMUNITY WELLBEING AND LOCAL ATTITUDES TO COAL SEAM GAS DEVELOPMENT.
"Results showed overall community wellbeing to be robust; with the highest rated dimensions of community wellbeing being community spirit and personal safety and the lowest rated dimensions being local decision making and employment and business opportunities."
PRESS CONFERENCE WITH THE TREASURER, THE HON. SCOTT MORRISON MP AND THE MINISTER FOR ENERGY AND THE ENVIRONMENT, THE HON. JOSH FRYDENBERG MP SYDNEY, NSW
"Today, the Government has received and released two important reports on the state of the gas market in eastern Australia from the Australian Energy Market Operator and the Australian Competition and
These reports indicate that the shortfall of gas in the east coast domestic market will be considerably higher than that estimated six months ago. At this point, it's estimated there will be a shortfall of around
110 petajoules of gas, more than three times the figure that we were advised would be the shortfall earlier in the year."
DEPARTMENT SEEKS COMMUNITY VIEWS ON NARRABRI GAS PROJECT PROPOSAL (NSW)
The Department of Planning and Environment will today place on public exhibition Santos’ Narrabri Gas Project Environmental Impact Statement and is inviting the community to share its views. Mike Young, Director of Resource Assessments, said the Department will be consulting broadly on the proposal and is keen to hear from all individuals and groups interested in the proposal. We are making every effort to make sure people have an opportunity to hear about the project and give us feedback during this assessment, Mr Young said
Understanding local community expectations and perceptions of the CSG sector. Social Baseline Assessment: Narrabri project - Phase 2.