Gas exploration is a hot button election issue in the South East which some say is splitting once harmonious communities. Erin Jones, The Advertiser February 23, 2018 5:29pm

THE fight to protect the South-East’s crucial aquifers and “clean, green” reputation has turned physical, following the first flaring of gas from a controversial well near Penola. Beach Energy last week tested its Haselgrove-3 conventional gas well, 8km south of the town, after it discovered what could be a “large gas resource” in January. The […]

Haselgrove 3 flaring while CFS contains fires burning close by

Don’t flare on a windy day in our forest, Beach Energy. Risky, noisy and smelly burn off of waste gases.

This is not what our community wants, especially considering we subsidize this with our tax dollars

Please make your opinion known at the ballot box next month #makemackillopmarginal

 

View from Riddoch Highway

The view from 8km away in Penola