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Deloitte offices, Perth WA – 18 June, 8.30am – 1.00pm
The Wine Centre, Adelaide SA – 19 June, 1.30pm – 5.30pm
Rendezvous, Melbourne VIC – 20 June, 1.30pm – 5.30pm
CSIRO Discovery Centre, Canberra ACT – 21 June, 8.30am – 1.00pm
With the ever-increasing controversy surrounding unconventional gas exploration and mining, this event jointly organised by the Australian Water Association and the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training will provide an opportunity to explore, discuss and debate the effects mining has on water.
These half-day courses will provide state,national and international perspectives from the leading industry experts on unconventional gas, including coal seam gas, tight gas and shale gas. This series is a great opportunity to ask your ‘big questions’ in an interactive panel discussion.
• Examine the science behind unconventional gas production in Australia and internationally• Analyse recently released Australian and international coal seam gas and shale gas industry reports
• Discuss the social, economic and community development issues associated with the growth of the unconventional gas industry. • Consider the potential impacts of the industry on natural resource management issues.
Professionals in government departments, consultancies, research organisations and public authorities should register to ensure they have the latest knowledge on unconventional gas.
We have invited the best of the best national and international experts to present.. We are flying renowned Research Scientist, Dr Ian Duncan from the Bureau of Economic Geology (United States) to present on the risks of environmental and health impacts of shale gas extraction in North America. Other speakers include experienced Emeritus Professor Flood (University of New England) who is currently collaborating with colleagues both at University of New England and the University of Queensland in studying the impact of coal mining and coal seam gas extraction in eastern Australia.
Please note, that a series of short courses will follow in August.
AWA Member: $390.00Non-Member: $450.00
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