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USA-COAL/
RTS2MIXE
August 14, 2019
A coal seam can be seen in the rock along the highway in Partridge, Kentucky, U.S. August 13, 2019. ...
PARTRIDGE, UNITED STATES
A coal seam can be seen in the rock along the highway in Partridge
A coal seam can be seen in the rock along the highway in Partridge, Kentucky, U.S. August 13, 2019. Picture taken on August 13, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Mostoller
AUSTRALIA-MINING/
RTS1A6L8
August 03, 2017
A protester against coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia holds a placard between...
Sydney, Australia
A protester against coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia holds a placard between...
A protester against coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia holds a placard between her teeth outside the venue of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) meeting in Sydney, Australia, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-MINING/
RTS1A6L7
August 03, 2017
Protesters against coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia, are reflected in on...
Sydney, Australia
Protesters against coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia, are reflected in on...
Protesters against coal seam gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia, are reflected in on a wall outside the venue of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) meeting in Sydney, Australia, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-MINING/
RTS1A6L3
August 03, 2017
A protester against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia holds a sign above...
Sydney, Australia
A protester against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia holds a sign above...
A protester against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia holds a sign above her head outside the venue of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) meeting in Sydney, Australia, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-MINING/
RTS1A6L2
August 03, 2017
A protester dressed as a koala walks among others with banners against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga...
Sydney, Australia
A protester dressed as a koala walks among others with banners against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga...
A protester dressed as a koala walks among others with banners against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia, outside the venue of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) meeting in Sydney, Australia, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-MINING/
RTS1A6KY
August 03, 2017
A protester dressed as a koala chats with others during a rally against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga...
Sydney, Australia
A protester dressed as a koala chats with others during a rally against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga...
A protester dressed as a koala chats with others during a rally against Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region of rural Australia, outside the venue of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) meeting in Sydney, Australia, August 3, 2017. REUTERS/Jason Reed
AUSTRALIA-ENERGY/GAS
RTX31OED
March 19, 2017
A sign regarding the mining of Coal Seam Gas stands along the Castlereagh Highway near the town of Coonamble...
Coonamble, Australia
A sign regarding the mining of Coal Seam Gas stands along the Castlereagh Highway near the town of Coonamble...
A sign regarding the mining of Coal Seam Gas stands along the Castlereagh Highway near the town of Coonamble in north-west New South Wales, Australia, March 17, 2017. Picture taken March 17, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-ENERGY/
RTX31KM0
March 18, 2017
A sign adorns a barn regarding Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region, in a paddock near the town...
Gunnedah, Australia
A sign adorns a barn regarding Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region in a paddock near the town...
A sign adorns a barn regarding Coal Seam Gas mining in the Pilliga region, in a paddock near the town of Gunnedah in central New South Wales, Australia March 15, 2017. Picture taken March 15, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
AUSTRALIA-ENERGY/
RTX31KLU
March 18, 2017
A sign regarding the mining of Coal Seam Gas stands along the Castlereagh Highway near the town of Coonamble...
Coonamble, Australia
A sign regarding the mining of Coal Seam Gas stands along the Castlereagh Highway near the town of Coonamble...
A sign regarding the mining of Coal Seam Gas stands along the Castlereagh Highway near the town of Coonamble in north-west New South Wales, Australia March 17, 2017. Picture taken March 17, 2017. REUTERS/David Gray
USA-COAL/HOBET
RTSL7QK
August 05, 2016
A coal seam, buried under tons of stone, is exposed along an access road on the Hobet coal mine site...
BOONE COUNTY, UNITED STATES
A coal seam, buried under tons of stone, is exposed along an access road on the Hobet coal mine site...
A coal seam, buried under tons of stone, is exposed along an access road on the Hobet coal mine site in Boone County, West Virginia, U.S. May 13, 2016. To match Special Report USA-COAL/HOBET REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst
AUSTRALIA/
RTX11N20
July 15, 2013
A girl looks at a smart phone next to a placard against coal seam gas during a protest in central Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
A girl looks at a smart phone next to a placard against coal seam gas during a protest in central Sydney...
A girl looks at a smart phone next to a placard against coal seam gas during a protest in central Sydney July 15, 2013. Dozens of people protested against coal seam gas by holding banners and placards in front of the venue where the "Fracking and our Gas Future" conference is being held until July 17. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX11N1W
July 15, 2013
A man uses a placard against coal seam gas as a hat during a protest in central Sydney July 15, 2013....
Sydney, Australia
A man uses a placard against coal seam gas as a hat during a protest in central Sydney
A man uses a placard against coal seam gas as a hat during a protest in central Sydney July 15, 2013. Dozens of people protested against coal seam gas by holding banners and placards in front of the venue where the "Fracking and our Gas Future" conference is being held until July 17. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX11N1V
July 15, 2013
People hold placards against coal seam gas during a protest in central Sydney July 15, 2013. Dozens of...
Sydney, Australia
People hold placards against coal seam gas during a protest in central Sydney
People hold placards against coal seam gas during a protest in central Sydney July 15, 2013. Dozens of people protested against coal seam gas by holding banners and placards in front of the venue where the "Fracking and our Gas Future" conference is being held until July 17. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
RTR331V0
June 03, 2012
Workers chat next to the Santos infill gas drilling rig outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012....
MOOMBA, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
Workers chat next to the Santos infill gas drilling rig outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in Australia's coal seam gas industry, one of the nation's brightest economic prospects, has begun to flicker. For the first time since energy firms kicked off $50 billion of projects to drill for gas in the region's rich coal deposits less than two years ago, there is a consensus emerging among industry executives and experts that plans are well off track. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS REUTERS/Rebekah Kebede (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
RTR331UW
June 03, 2012
A man works at the Santos infill gas drilling rig outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence...
MOOMBA, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
A man works at the Santos infill gas drilling rig outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in Australia's coal seam gas industry, one of the nation's brightest economic prospects, has begun to flicker. For the first time since energy firms kicked off $50 billion of projects to drill for gas in the region's rich coal deposits less than two years ago, there is a consensus emerging among industry executives and experts that plans are well off track. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS REUTERS/Rebekah Kebede (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
RTR331US
June 03, 2012
Workers walk next to the Santos infill gas drilling rig outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012....
MOOMBA, Australia
To match insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
Workers walk next to the Santos infill gas drilling rig outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in Australia's coal seam gas industry, one of the nation's brightest economic prospects, has begun to flicker. For the first time since energy firms kicked off $50 billion of projects to drill for gas in the region's rich coal deposits less than two years ago, there is a consensus emerging among industry executives and experts that plans are well off track. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To match insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS REUTERS/Rebekah Kebede (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
RTR331U7
June 03, 2012
Santos operated Moomba gas plant is seen outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in...
MOOMBA, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
Santos operated Moomba gas plant is seen outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in Australia's coal seam gas industry, one of the nation's brightest economic prospects, has begun to flicker. For the first time since energy firms kicked off $50 billion of projects to drill for gas in the region's rich coal deposits less than two years ago, there is a consensus emerging among industry executives and experts that plans are well off track. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS REUTERS/Rebekah Kebede (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
RTR331U5
June 03, 2012
Santos operated Moomba gas plant is seen outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in...
MOOMBA, Australia
To go with Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
Santos operated Moomba gas plant is seen outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in Australia's coal seam gas industry, one of the nation's brightest economic prospects, has begun to flicker. For the first time since energy firms kicked off $50 billion of projects to drill for gas in the region's rich coal deposits less than two years ago, there is a consensus emerging among industry executives and experts that plans are well off track. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To go with Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS REUTERS/Rebekah Kebede (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
RTR331U2
June 03, 2012
Santos operated Moomba gas plant is seen outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in...
MOOMBA, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS
Santos operated Moomba gas plant is seen outside Moomba, South Australia May 17, 2012. Confidence in Australia's coal seam gas industry, one of the nation's brightest economic prospects, has begun to flicker. For the first time since energy firms kicked off $50 billion of projects to drill for gas in the region's rich coal deposits less than two years ago, there is a consensus emerging among industry executives and experts that plans are well off track. Picture taken May 17, 2012. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/RISKS REUTERS/Rebekah Kebede (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY)
AUSTRALIA-CSG/PROTEST
RTR31FNX
May 01, 2012
Anti-coal seam gas protesters march to the New South Wales state Parliament as part of a "Save our Land"...
Sydney, Australia
Anti-coal seam gas protesters march to the New South Wales state Parliament as part of a "Save our Land"...
Anti-coal seam gas protesters march to the New South Wales state Parliament as part of a "Save our Land" rally in central Sydney May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-CSG/PROTEST
RTR31FNS
May 01, 2012
Anti-coal seam gas protesters hold an effigy of Peter Garrett, Australia's federal Minister for School...
Sydney, Australia
Anti-coal seam gas protesters hold an effigy of Garrett Australia's Minister for School Education, Early...
Anti-coal seam gas protesters hold an effigy of Peter Garrett, Australia's federal Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth and former front man of rock band Midnight Oil, in front of the New South Wales state Parliament during a "Save our Land" rally in central Sydney May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS ENTERTAINMENT)
AUSTRALIA-CSG/PROTEST
RTR31FNJ
May 01, 2012
Anti-coal seam gas protesters rally outside the New South Wales state Parliament during a "Save our Land"...
Sydney, Australia
Anti-coal seam gas protesters rally outside the New South Wales state Parliament during a "Save our Land"...
Anti-coal seam gas protesters rally outside the New South Wales state Parliament during a "Save our Land" rally in central Sydney May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-CSG/PROTEST
RTR31FNA
May 01, 2012
A girl shouts with thousands of anti-coal-seam gas protesters who marched to the New South Wales state...
Sydney, Australia
A girl shouts with thousands of anti-coal-seam gas protesters in central Sydney
A girl shouts with thousands of anti-coal-seam gas protesters who marched to the New South Wales state parliament as part of a "Save our Land" rally in central Sydney May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-CSG/PROTEST
RTR31FN8
May 01, 2012
Two boys in cowboy hats crack stock whips in front of a crowd of thousands of anti-coal-seam gas protesters...
Sydney, Australia
Two boys in cowboy hats crack stock whips in front of a crowd of thousands of anti-coal-seam gas protesters...
Two boys in cowboy hats crack stock whips in front of a crowd of thousands of anti-coal-seam gas protesters who marched to the New South Wales state parliament as part of a "Save our Land" rally in central Sydney May 1, 2012. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ENERGY ENVIRONMENT POLITICS)
Business
Business
Australia's Coal-Seam Gas Industry - 13 Feb 2012
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AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37N
November 16, 2011
A lock and chain secures an access gate to a property owned by coal seam gas miner Santos during a blockade...
SPRING RIDGE, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A lock and chain secures an access gate to a property owned by coal seam gas miner Santos during a blockade of the property by local landholders near Spring Ridge, 290 km (180 miles) north of Sydney November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37M
November 16, 2011
Farmer Clive Duddy sits in front of an access gate to a neighbouring property, owned by coal seam gas...
SPRING RIDGE, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Farmer Clive Duddy sits in front of an access gate to a neighbouring property, owned by coal seam gas miner Santos, during a blockade of the property by local landholders near Spring Ridge, 290 km (180 miles) north of Sydney November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37L
November 16, 2011
Farmer Clive Duddy sits in front of an access gate to a neighbouring property, owned by coal seam gas...
SPRING RIDGE, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Farmer Clive Duddy sits in front of an access gate to a neighbouring property, owned by coal seam gas miner Santos, during a blockade of the property by local landholders near Spring Ridge, 290 km (180 miles) north of Sydney November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37K
November 16, 2011
Vapour rises from Liddell Power Station near Muswellbrook, 170 km (106 miles) north of Sydney November...
MUSWELLBROOK, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Vapour rises from Liddell Power Station near Muswellbrook, 170 km (106 miles) north of Sydney November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37J
November 16, 2011
Power lines run from Liddell Power Station near Muswellbrook, 170 km (106 miles) north of Sydney November...
MUSWELLBROOK, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Power lines run from Liddell Power Station near Muswellbrook, 170 km (106 miles) north of Sydney November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37D
November 16, 2011
Power lines run from Liddell Power Station near Muswellbrook, 170 km (106 miles) north of Sydney, November...
MUSWELLBROOK, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Power lines run from Liddell Power Station near Muswellbrook, 170 km (106 miles) north of Sydney, November 2, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 2, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U37A
November 16, 2011
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is built on a property...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is built on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U379
November 16, 2011
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is lined with black...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is lined with black plastic before use on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U378
November 16, 2011
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal seam gas mining is built on a property...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal seam gas mining is built on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U377
November 16, 2011
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is built on a property...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is built on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U370
November 16, 2011
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is lined with black...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility for holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining is lined with black plastic before use on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36Z
November 16, 2011
Coal seam gas wells stand in formation on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Coal seam gas wells stand in formation on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36Y
November 16, 2011
Anti-coal seam gas mining signs stand at the gate of a farm near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Anti-coal seam gas mining signs stand at the gate of a farm near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36X
November 16, 2011
Water stands on a recently planted field on the property of crop farmer Ruth Armstrong near Cecil Plains,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Water stands on a recently planted field on the property of crop farmer Ruth Armstrong near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36U
November 16, 2011
A facility holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining stands on a property near...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining stands on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36Q
November 16, 2011
A facility holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining stands on a property near...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining stands on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36N
November 16, 2011
A facility holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining stands on a property near...
CECIL PLAINS, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A facility holding water pumped from underground during coal-seam gas mining stands on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36K
November 16, 2011
An anti-coal-seam gas mining bumper sticker is stuck to the rear of a truck a farm near Cecil Plains,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
An anti-coal-seam gas mining bumper sticker is stuck to the rear of a truck a farm near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U36G
November 16, 2011
Anti-coal-seam gas mining signs stand at the gate of a farm near Dalby, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane,...
DALBY, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Anti-coal-seam gas mining signs stand at the gate of a farm near Dalby, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, November 1, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken November 1, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
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November 16, 2011
Crop farmer Ruth Armstrong stands on her property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane...
Chinchilla, Australia
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Crop farmer Ruth Armstrong stands on her property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Anti-coal-seam gas mining signs stand at the gate of a farm near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Anti-coal-seam gas mining signs stand at the gate of a farm near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Crop farmer Ruth Armstrong (R) and her son stand on their property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles)...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Crop farmer Ruth Armstrong (R) and her son stand on their property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
A worker stands at the edge of an untreated water holding dam at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment...
Chinchilla, Australia
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A worker stands at the edge of an untreated water holding dam at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Workers stand near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Workers stand near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling.Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
RTR2U364
November 16, 2011
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A worker stands near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Coal-seam gas wells stand in formation on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Coal-seam gas wells stand in formation on a property near Cecil Plains, 180 km (112 miles) west of Brisbane, October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
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November 16, 2011
A Santos gas well stands on a farm owned by Scott Wason near Roma, 430 km (267 miles) west of Brisbane...
Roma, Australia
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A Santos gas well stands on a farm owned by Scott Wason near Roma, 430 km (267 miles) west of Brisbane October 29, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 29, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Freshly cut wheat stands under approaching storm clouds on a property owned by farmer Scott Wason near...
Roma, Australia
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Freshly cut wheat stands under approaching storm clouds on a property owned by farmer Scott Wason near Roma, 430 km (267 miles) west of Brisbane, October 29, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 29, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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November 16, 2011
Farmer Scott Wason holds a stalk of wheat during the harvest on his property near Roma, 430 km (267 miles)...
Roma, Australia
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Farmer Scott Wason holds a stalk of wheat during the harvest on his property near Roma, 430 km (267 miles) west of Brisbane, October 29, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 29, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
A worker gestures near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A worker gestures near a filtration equipment at a QGC reverse osmosis water treatment plant near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 31, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 31, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Farmer Scott Wason holds a stalk of wheat during the harvest on his property near Roma, 430 km (267 miles)...
Roma, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Farmer Scott Wason holds a stalk of wheat during the harvest on his property near Roma, 430 km (267 miles) west of Brisbane, October 29, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 29, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Sections of pipes are lined up ready for use in the construction of a coal seam gas pipeline near Chinchilla,...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Sections of pipes are lined up ready for use in the construction of a coal seam gas pipeline near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 30, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 30, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
Farmer Scott Wason holds a stalk of wheat during the harvest on his property near Roma, 430 km (267 miles)...
Roma, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
Farmer Scott Wason holds a stalk of wheat during the harvest on his property near Roma, 430 km (267 miles) west of Brisbane, October 29, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 29, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS)
AUSTRALIA-GAS/
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November 16, 2011
A newly emerged crop stands in a field on a farm near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane...
Chinchilla, Australia
To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/
A newly emerged crop stands in a field on a farm near Chinchilla, 250 km (155 miles) west of Brisbane October 30, 2011. With a surge of popular support for measures ranging from more regulation to an outright ban on drilling, the coal-seam gas industry, an industry spreading rapidly across the Australian landscape, faces the prospect of project delays, higher costs and even blockades that have already succeeded in delaying drilling. Picture taken October 30, 2011. To match Insight AUSTRALIA-GAS/ REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS POLITICS AGRICULTURE)
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