Media highlights (1-28 Feb 2013)

Major fracking report set back again  (NZ Herald, 28 Feb)

Oil exploration gets approval (Manawatu Standard, 28 Feb)

Rural protection sought  (Radio NZ, 27 Feb)  – listen to this

Companies set to lose billions over coal seam gas ruling (Sydney Morning Post, 19 Feb)

Minister boasts of fracking ban (TDN, 17 Feb)

Living near oil site has problems (TDN, 16 Feb)

Exploration permits raise hackles  (Marlborough Express, 9 Feb)

January NZ O&G Activity Wrap (Energy Stream, 8 Feb)

Lawless, Greenpeace activists sentenced  (TDN, 7 Feb)

Taranaki Drilling firms told off over breaches  (TDN, 6 Feb)

Oil tracers harmless to humans – council (TDN, 6 Feb)

Economist Debates: Fracking – Do the benefits derived from shale gas outweigh the drawbacks of fracking?  (Economist, 5 Feb)

Acidic oceans threaten shellfish industry (Stuff Business Day, 3 Feb)

East Coast oil search cranks up (Dominion Post, 1 Feb)

Eco-systems threatened by agrichemical runoff (NZ Herald, 1 Feb)

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One Response to Media highlights (1-28 Feb 2013)

  1. Tom Burgess says:

    Now is the time to act, this type of mining has been a disaster in Australia. Local communities are lock in a battle for there environment see http://www.csgfreenorthernrivers.org for the detail. STOP IT BEFORE IT STARTS or face a long hard fight.

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