Coal seam gas

Coal seam gas

Coal seam gas (CSG) activity has experienced extraordinary growth in recent years, bringing wealth and jobs to areas like the Surat Basin. The impact of this activity is largely unmeasured in Queensland and until recently, has been carried out mostly unchecked. The pace of this growth is making it hard for legislation to keep up and as a result, there is an imbalance between agriculture and mining.

AgForce Projects landholder CSG project
Are you looking for more information about the AgForce Projects landholder CSG project?

The AgForce Projects' CSG team has successfully provided vital CSG industry information and negotiation support to more than 4000 landholders across the state. The team deliver free negotiation support workshops in towns across the Surat, Bowen and Galilee Basins as well as property computer mapping workshops.

The team is also available to provide on-on-one support to landholders over the phone.

To find out more about the workshops, meet the team and get up to the minute information about CSG click here

For frequently asked questions and useful links click here

Log in to read the AgForce submission into the Management of Water Produced from Coal Seam Gas Production discussion paper.

For more information contact AgForce senior policy advisor Dr Dale Miller on 3236 3100; email.
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