Researchers from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, will be on the ground in the Northern Territory (NT) this week investigating baseline methane emissions in the Beetaloo Sub-basin, a 28,000-square-kilometre area southeast of Katherine.
The Territory Labor Government has this week signed a grant agreement with CSIRO’s GISERA...
The Territory Labor Government is restoring trust in government by better protecting our precious water resources in the Northern Territory.
The oil and gas industry welcomed the announcement today that the CSIRO has commenced work to monitor landscape methane concentrations in the Northern Territory’s Beetaloo Sub-basin.
The Daly Roper Water Control District has been extended to include the Beetaloo Sub-basin and is now called the Daly Roper Beetaloo Water Control District.
CSIRO has begun monitoring landscape methane concentrations in the Beetaloo Sub-basin as part of the Territory Labor Government’s promise to accept all 135 recommendations put forward in the independent Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory.