When the Federal Government have you in a squirrel grip …

Comment on Fracking OK, but under ‘strict laws’ – Gunner by Richard Bentley.

When the Federal Government have you in a squirrel grip what choice have you? Best hope is that the pace of developments of the alternatives and the cost of developing the resources means not much will happen.

Recent Comments by Richard Bentley

A bridge too far? A tunnel may be the answer.
There are seven tunnels in the world over 28km long and up to 57km.
So this is clearly possible.
I liked the idea of raising the rail over the road but with a tunnel you could still take the rail higher and bridge it over Bradshaw and other roads south of the gap. Returning the gap to its natural state is well worth considering.

Will gas royalties save the NT? Read the fine print.
Seems that if all the checks and balances are put in place it won’t be worth doing. What a shame!

Solar progress at St Philip’s, Ayers Rock Resort
Another step on the road to 100% renewable energy. Go Re_power Alice Springs.

Youth crisis: broken window of tolerance
Thankyou for sharing your insights through your experience, Rainer.
You can expect plenty of criticism from some quarters but please stay strong.
We have the resources and the intelligence in this country to make life better for everyone.

Gas lobby silent on some fracking recommendations
So you have money to invest in the NT: “APPEA’s member companies stand ready to invest billions of dollars in new projects in the Territory if the industry is allowed to resume exploration activity.” Good news. Invest it in renewable energy.

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