Locals talk about local benefits from Santos’ Narrabri Gas Project

Posted on June 11, 2015

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A group of Narrabri locals have expressed their support for Santos, saying the industry is delivering economic benefits to the local area. In a short video released by Santos, local landholder Anthony Brennan says Santos’ Narrabri operations are contributing to the local economy. “A new industry coming to town is certainly contributing to our community […]

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Santos working with Siding Spring Observatory team

Posted on June 3, 2015

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I wish to respond to an opinion piece by the People for the Plains printed in Narrabri’s Courier newspaper on Thursday May 28 insinuating that Siding Spring Observatory is under threat from Santos’ proposed Narrabri Gas Project. Siding Spring, Australia’s largest optical astronomy research facility is located in the Warrumbungles near Coonabarabran about 100 km […]

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Santos’ response to a number of inaccuracies in The Conversation article.

Posted on June 2, 2015

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By Glenn Toogood, Santos senior Hydrogeologist I wish to respond to a number of inaccuracies in a recent comment piece written by Dr Matthew Currell “Groundwater: the natural wonder that needs protecting from coal seam gas”. The Conversation’s vision states that it promotes academic rigour. Unfortunately that is not the case in this article. Santos […]

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Santos’ plans to build a water treatment plant

Posted on May 21, 2015

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Santos wishes to respond to the comments on our proposal to build a water treatment plant at Leewood. This is a proposal to use the same technology as is used in major Australian cities to provide residents drinking water and to use that high quality water to irrigate an agricultural crop. The irrigation water will […]

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EPA finds Santos did not harm environment

Posted on May 15, 2015

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The EPA has concluded two investigations into Santos’ operations and found there has not been any environmental harm. The first matter relates to an investigation into our Tintsfield ponds. Since the issue was reported to the EPA in 2013, the ponds have been emptied, upgraded and recent inspections found they are not leaking and the […]

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Local business people see the benefits of Santos’ work.

Posted on April 28, 2015

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We’ve released the third short video in our series of features that highlight the support Santos has in the local Narrabri community. In this instalment, the  local business people of Narrabri talk about the positives they have seen from Santos’ work in the town and the benefits our operations are bringing to the area now […]

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The importance of the Narrabri Gas Project

Posted on April 13, 2015

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Two reports were released today which discuss in part the role of natural gas in NSW. The reports highlight the consequences of higher gas prices in terms of business closures, job losses and cost-of-living pressures, and stress the need for new supplies of gas to be developed to minimise these impacts. The findings of these […]

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Statement on Santos’ proposed water treatment facility

Posted on March 31, 2015

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An article published in the Sydney Morning Herald on Saturday 28 March, implies that the residual brine from Santos proposed water treatment facility at Leewood, south of Narrabri, will have “nowhere to go”. The article follows Santos’ submission of documents to the NSW Government seeking approval to construct the water treatment facility. The facility will […]

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NSW election result

Posted on March 30, 2015

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Santos welcomes the result of the NSW election. It ensures there is a government that is focussed on the development of the natural gas industry to deliver much needed energy security for NSW.

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Statement about the Narrabri Gas Project

Posted on March 19, 2015

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The Narrabri Gas Project is about providing much-needed energy to NSW. The project could supply up to half of NSW natural gas needs. This is the natural gas that heats and powers more than 1 million family homes in NSW and fuels 34,000 businesses and industries that supply essential goods and employ hundreds of thousands […]

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