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  • Executive Officer, Natural Resource Committee GPO Box 572, Adelaide SA 5001 Email patrickdupont@parliamentsa.gov.au To Natural Resources Committee, Re; Inquiry into Unconventional Gas and Fracking in SE of SA We understand that the Limestone Coast Protection Alliance Inc is writing a submission for this inquiry and that they do not support unconventional gas and fracking in the SE of SA for the following reasons; • potential for water contamination caused by spills, leaks, chemicals and accidents • potential for well integrity failure due to finite lifespan of cement and steel • potential for air pollution detrimental to health of natural environment, humans and animals • potential for industrialisation of landscape and loss of "clean and green" image • unsustainable competition with existing industries such as agriculture, horticulture, viticulture and tourism which will have a detrimental impact on local economy • unsustainable competition for finite water resources
  • The Environment, Resources and Development Committee has resolved to conduct an inquiry into the urban forest.
  • It is intended as a guide 29 Beach Energy Submission SA Parliament Natural Resources Committee Inquiry into Unconventional Gas (Fracking) for the purpose of the inquiry.
  • It is intended as a guide 29 Beach Energy Submission SA Parliament Natural Resources Committee Inquiry into Unconventional Gas (Fracking) for the purpose of the inquiry.
  • PARLIAMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA – NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE Inquiry into Unconventional Gas (Fracking) – Pursuant to section 16(1)(a) of the Parliamentary Committees Act 1991.
  • NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE INQUIRY INTO UNCONVENTIONAL GAS (FRACKING), pursuant to section 16 (1) (a) of the Parliamentary Committees Act 1991: POTENTIAL RISKS AND IMPACTS IN THE USE OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURE STIMULATION TO PRODUCE GAS IN THE SOUTH EAST OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
  • Committee fracking-sub042-20150123.pdf (pdf 98 KB)

    Executive Officer, Natural Resource Committee GPO Box 572, Adelaide SA 5001 Email patrick.dupont@parliament.sa.gov.au rAt 3514: To Natural Resources Committee, Re; Inquiry into Unconventional Gas and Fracking in SE of SA We understand that the Limestone Coast Protection Alliance Inc is writing a submission for this inquiry and that they do not support unconventional gas and fracking in the SE of SA for the following reasons; • potential for water contamination caused by spills, leaks, chemicals and accidents • potential for well integrity failure due to finite lifespan of cement and steel • potential for air pollution detrimental to health of natural environment, humans and animals • potential for industrialisation of landscape and fragmentation of native forest reserves and pine forests • reduction in enjoyment of natural environment for walking, cycling, canoeing and caving • air, noise and light pollution and potential for odour impacting on health, enjoyment
  • Committee fracking-sub085-20150131.pdf (pdf 127 KB)

    31 January 2015 Dear Sir / Madam, Parliamentary Inquiry into fracking - Natural Resources Committee of SA Parliament As well as providing information in relation to the 4 particular topics outlined in your terms of reference, I have elaborated on a range of other impacts and risks created by fracking.
  • 73 Parliament of South Australia - Natural Resources Committee - Inquiry into Unconventional Gas Natural Resources Committee inquiry into Unconventional Gas (Fracking), pursuant to section 16 (1) (a) of the Parliamentary Committees Act 1991 Potential risks and impacts in the use of hydraulic fracture stimulation to produce gas in the South East of South Australia.
  • 1 Punari Prime SAMM Debbie & Bruce Nulty Email: Submission to PARLIAMENT OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE Inquiry into: Unconventional Gas (Fracking ) January 2015 Pursuant to section16(1)(a) of the Parliamentary Committee Act 1991 the committee is inquiring into potential risks and impacts in the use of hydraulic fracture stimulation (Fracking) to produce gas in the South East of South Australia and in particular  Risks to groundwater contamination:  Impacts upon landscape  The effectiveness of existing legislation and regulation  The potential net economic outcome to the region and the rest of the states 2 Figure 1: Champion ram "ROGER" at the Royal Adelaide Show 2014.
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