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Gas Pipelines Queensland

Wake Gas can be found in coal gas under the ground, or it can be manufactured from waste that usually goes to waste..

 

 

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Fracking is a commonly accepted term for hydro-fracturing, a process where water, sand and millions of gallons of toxic chemicals are injected into the earth at high pressure. The aim of hydro-fracturing is to fracture rock formations deep underground in the hopes of liberating natural gas that would be otherwise inaccessible, and to bring it to the surface.

“With hydrofracking, a well can produce over a million gallons of waste water that is often laced with highly corrosive salts, carcinogens like benzene and radioactive elements like radium. Other carcinogenic materials can be added to the waste water by the chemicals used in the hydrofracking itself”. Source

Though the processes of fracking, our underground water supplies (artesian wells / aquifers) are being poisoned. This is occurring in every continent on earth for the purpose of extracting more fossil fuels. Large companies are moving in on people property (as we only own the top small layer of our properties) and drilling for natural gas via fracking, as you will see from the below video’s, this process is destroying their water local supplies.

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     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PELxZ3K2o0c&feature=related

Different views of same subject..

Santos  – Safety

‘The ASP (formerly the Surat-Gladstone Pipeline) forms part of the Arrow LNG Project, which involves the planning, construction and commissioning of a buried 660mm diameter, high-pressure steel gas transmission pipeline. The chosen route heads generally north from the Kogan area through the local government areas of Western Downs, Banana, North Burnett and Gladstone. The route continues to the west of the Barakula State Forest, to the north of Chinchilla and avoids environmentally sensitive areas, such as essential habitats, endangered and threatened ecosystems and communities, and remnant (native) vegetation wherever possible.”

http://www.arrowenergy.com.au/page/Projects/Surat_Gladstone_Pipeline/

Local landowners and anti-CSG (Coal Seam Gas) campaigners from Queensland and NSW set up the protest site on a farm at Kerry, near Beaudesert, preventing Arrow Energy from doing exploratory CSG drilling. Protesters arrested for trying to save their water from contamination.

In Victoria, Australia

The  waste heat was used to heat green houses and for a business that re-cycled paper. Both projects were  operated by Minibah, now called Outlook, which provides services to children and adults with a disability. The landfill closed in 1996 and the power station is still operating. These photographs were taken in 1995.

http://www.cclc.vic.gov.au/content/narre-warren-landfill-gas-fuelled-power-station

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  1. Brisbane- Ipswich no longer has coal fired electric power stations

    Quote/ New gas-fired power stations will be built in Ipswich and Gladstone in a major $3.6 billion investment deemed critical to prevent electricity supply shortages in Queensland.
    The two new plants, which will be built by Victorian-based power company TRUenergy within the next 10 years, were designed to target electricity of Queensland’s population and economic growth.
    Ipswich is close to the planned Ripley satellite city and there was expected to be industrial growth at Gladstone, where liquid natural gas is to be exported.

    Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/its-a-gas-36-billion-investment-in-queensland-power-plants-20111025-1mhb8.html#ixzz1wFI7dKS2

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