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Buru Energy AGM action

Buru Energy, the fracking company known for smash hits you might remember such as: ‘Radioactive wastewater fracking test wells¹’, and ‘Clearing a 14,000 km line of native Kimberley bush²’, is upholding its reputation with an outrageous new proposal for the Kimberley.

The company is now progressing studies on a floating LNG gas factory off the pristine Kimberley coast - one of the least impacted coastlines left in the world.

While Buru Energy has no current public plans to frack, it’s likely such a floating LNG facility would be a vital stepping stone towards fracking in the Kimberley.

It’s time to let Buru Energy and its investors and shareholders know what we think of its Kimberley trashing plans! RSVP below.

The recent devastating floods in the Kimberley region were fuelled by climate change. Yet Buru Energy is aiming to open up the very same flood-prone area to climate-wrecking fossil fuel expansion.

It’s imperative that we stand up to companies like Buru Energy flying in the face of overwhelming calls for climate action - like the UN calling for urgent emissions reduction³, and the International Energy Agency (IEA) claiming we need to end new coal, oil and gas⁴.

Join us to tell Buru Energy to ditch their fossil fuel folly - and send a strong message to their investors and shareholders:  Buru Energy’s gas fuels climate disaster - invest in renewables instead!

We'll gather outside the company's Annual General Meeting (AGM) on May 25th in West Perth to send a colourful message to shareholders and the media that we don't support oil and gas industrialisation of the precious Kimberley.

We will be there at 9.45am to welcome shareholders as they arrive for the AGM (which starts at 10.30am AWST).

RSVP below if you can make it (that helps us plan the event), and we'll send you a reminder the day before.













[1] Kimberley: elevated levels of chemical and radioactive waste in its fracking ponds, Lock the Gate Website, 2018 

[2] ‘The distance from Perth to London’: How a gas company cleared the Kimberley, Sydney Morning Herald, May 2021

[3] 'Climate time bomb ticking', emissions must urgently be cut, UN chief says, Reuters, Mar 2023

[4] End new oil, gas and coal funding to reach net zero, says IEA, Reuters, May 2021

May 25, 2023
9:45am - 10:30am
Outside The Celtic Club
48 Ord St
West Perth, WA 6005
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Janette ·

Will you come?