Gas

The Mataranka Springs Complex is a unique water resource in the Northern Territory. Recent CSIRO research has uncovered important new information about the sources of water for the Springs.

We're helping to support informed decision making when it comes to safeguarding environmental values in the Beetaloo and Cooper geological basins.

offshore oil and gas platform in the ocean

Can the rigs of today become the reefs of tomorrow? CSIRO is working with industry partners to explore the future of our oil and gas infrastructure.

aerial photo of country town where methane levels are being tested

Understanding potential greenhouse gas impacts of the coal seam gas industry can help inform future decisions, including better understanding of methane.

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New CSIRO research has forecast job trends for industries which are indirectly affected by the coal seam gas (CSG) industry in Queensland over the next twenty years.

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The interesting science behind safely reinjecting the water produced when coal seam gas (CSG) is extracted, hundreds of metres underground.

Gas well equipment in a farm setting with cattle in the background

Research findings suggest CSG companies need to bridge the gap and proactively understand and engage with communities.

Group of people with hard hats on standing near a CSG well

A project that aims to provide independent scientific information on different gas development scenarios goes national.

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The Brigalow Belt in Queensland is a national hotspot for wildlife, including many species found nowhere else in the world. It is also one of the most transformed and contested areas in Australia. New research looks at the best way to conserve these species, attempting to balance competing uses of the region.