A former chief hydrogeologist with Queensland’s natural resources and mines regulator says there are hundreds of unplugged coal exploration holes that could possibly leak coal seam gas, and they are “almost impossible to find”.
- A former Queensland chief hydrogeologist says there are hundreds of unplugged coal exploration holes that are “impossible to find”
- A week ago it was revealed that multiple old coal boreholes had been leaking gas and water near Chinchilla
- The state regulators say “natural gas seepage does occur naturally” and have not linked it to recent coal seam gas development
Last week it was revealed that a number of old coal exploration holes had been leaking gas and water near Chinchilla…Read More