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CSG law firm Dalby
May 13, 2015

Gas companies need code of conduct

Since the 2010 “land access” amendments to the P&G Act, landholders have had to negotiate access and compensation terms directly with Coal Seam Gas (CSG) companies. Read more.

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Mining land coal seam gas egal claims

Levee regulations: What you need to know

Following recent regulation changes, it is now more important than ever for landholders to seek legal advice before constructing or modifying a levee bank.

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Dalby Coal Seam Gas Lawyers

Timely tips for negotiating CCA variations

Variations to Conduct and Compensation Agreements (CCA) are becoming more frequent as the coal seam gas industry continues to grow and develop. Read our expert tips for negotiating CCA variations.

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CSG law firm Dalby
December 22, 2014

Energy Insights Newsletter – December Edition

As the year draws to a close, lets take a look at the latest developments in Queensland’s energy and resource industry and how you can ensure your rights and property are protected.

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Dalby Coal Seam Gas Lawyers
September 22, 2014

Energy Insights Newsletter – September Edition

The past quarter has presented significant developments in the law governing Queensland’s energy and resource industry. Click to read more.

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Coal Seam Gas Law firm
September 15, 2014

Dead-of-the-night changes erode landholder rights

At 11.57 pm on Tuesday 9 September 2014 the Mineral and Energy Resources (Common Provisions) Bill was passed by the Queensland Parliament. The Bill in its original form had some concerning aspects to it which have now been well documented. However, most alarmingly, at 11.56pm on Tuesday 9 September 2014 Minister Cripps introduced an amendment to the Bill en bloc with other minor amendments without any warning, consultation, debate or the like. Read more.

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CSG law firm Dalby
September 9, 2014

AREC report fails landholders

The Shine Lawyers Energy Law Team are alarmed and disappointed with yesterday’s publication of the Agriculture, Resources and Environment Committee’s report in relation to the Mineral and Energy Resources (Common Provisions) Bill 2014. Click to read more.

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CSG law firm Dalby
September 5, 2014

Shine Lawyers make submission to Government regarding the Mineral and Energy Resources Bill

Shine Lawyers Energy Law Team has voiced it’s concerns over proposed changes to Queensland’s energy and resource sector legislation via a submission to the Agriculture, Resource and Environment Committee. Click to read more.

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Legal Services Coal Gas
September 1, 2014

Bill undermines landholders

The stance of Natural Resources and Mines Minister Andrew Cripps in respect to the Common Provisions Bill demands a response. Words such as ‘consistency’ and ‘certainty for landholders’ roll easily off the tongue but have a tough time withstanding scrutiny. Read more.

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