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Postby sysop » Thu Jun 18, 2009 1:11 am

This post is a mirror copy of the original document in the HVPA Website

Wednesday, 17-June-2009. GAS WATCH 72. AGL ENERGY: Fails to deny intention to build a gas processing plant on its Hunter Valley properties.

You will regularly see AGL Energy espousing greener energy, hydro, wind, solar; but here’s their real underbelly – another fossil fuel – coal seam methane gas release, with all its proven dangers, and all within 200 metres of the Broke village.

On ABC Radio Newcastle this morning, the AGL Energy General Manager Upstream Gas, Mike Moraza, failed to deny that AGL Energy proposed to construct an industrial complex on one of its increasing number of holdings in this closely settled, tranquil and rural area of the Hunter Valley (read more in Gas Watch 72 ).

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