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From Broome to Bunbury and beyond, vast areas of Western Australia are covered in petroleum exploration licenses! Landholders and communities across WA are locking the gate to companies wanting to develop shale and tight gas across our farmlands, water supply areas and iconic natural landscapes.

Along with local, regional and national partners, we are working to educate people, build the movement and stop fracking. Will you join us?

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    Kimberley Region

    The Canning Basin in the Kimberley has been identified as one of the most prospective regions in the world for shale gas. To date three wells have been fracked in the region. A report for ACOLA has estimated that up to 40,000 wells could be drilled if the industry goes to full production in the region.
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    Mid West & Wheatbelt Region

    The northern Perth basin, a geological formation underlying the Mid West and Wheatbelt of WA, has been identified by the gas industry as a priority target for exploitation. With its 271,401 petajoules of potential unconventional gas under 31 petroleum and exploration licences, there is interest from a host of companies, both local and international.  
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    Feb 9, 2021: Black Mountain Kimberley frack plan to undergo assessment despite promised laws not yet in place

    Broome based conservation group Environs Kimberley has condemned the McGowan Government for paving the way for the EPA assessment of a plan by a Texan company to frack 20 gaswells, despite promised safeguards not yet being in place.
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    Farmers furious over government’s Waitsia 2 approval

    Locals who will be impacted by the Waitsia Gas Project Stage 2 are outraged after Western Australia Environment Minister Stephen Dawson formally approved the polluting project today (February 1). Farmer Rod Copeland said the McGowan Government was ignoring opposition to projects like Waitsia 2 because it was arrogantly confident it would be re-elected thanks to its Covid-19 response.  
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