Communities welcome AGL’s licence sell back

Communities welcome AGL’s licence sell back

Vignerons in the Hunter Valley say a decade-long battle against gas company AGL has paid off, now they have secured their land against coal seam gas exploration. The New South Wales government has cancelled two petroleum exploration licences in the Hunter, covering much of Wine Country and the Upper Hunter. The licences were sold back to the government under a buy-back scheme and has reduced the coal seam gas exploration footprint in New South Wales to nine per cent.

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