Coal Seam Gas Fact Sheets

Coal seam and natural gas make up the gas supply piped into more than one million homes and businesses in NSW for use in everyday cooking, heating and manufacturing. Over 30 per cent of the eastern Australian gas network is fed by coal seam gas. Find out more about Coal Seam Gas in our Fact Sheets.
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Coal Seam Gas (CSG) exploration and production in NSW is subject to some of the toughest regulations in the world to ensure protection of the environment and the safety of our communities. CSG exploration and production can proceed only after detailed multi-agency assessments which address environmental, community, health and water concerns. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

The facts on coal seam gas

Coal Seam Gas (CSG) is extracted from deep below the ground using world-best practice techniques that protect the community and our environment. There are different ways of extracting CSG from below the ground. They include vertical drilling, horizontal or directional drilling and hydraulic fracturing. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

The facts on coal seam gas

The Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry in NSW operates under the toughest controls in Australia, with companies facing fines for environmental breaches. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website

The Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry in NSW operates under the toughest controls in Australia, with companies facing fines for environmental breaches. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website

The NSW Government has introduced stringent new codes of practice to regulate the Coal Seam Gas (CSG) industry, including new well integrity standards. For any well to be drilled, it is a requirement of an operator’s exploration licence that it be drilled in accordance with the NSW Government’s Code of Practice for Well Integrity. Find out more on the NSW Coal Seam Gas website.

The facts on coal seam gas


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