The aim of the two-day conference is to provide practical information to help landholders protect their rights and negotiate fair and balanced CCAs.
Peter will share tips and strategies to help landholders protect themselves and their properties in regards to the introduction of weeds resulting from the activities of energy companies.
PRA board representatives say conference delegates will be provided with the latest information through property visits, case studies and informative demonstrations, including a presentation with keynote speaker Senator Barry O’Sullivan.
“Our 2014 Coal Seam Gas Property Rights Australia Conference offers delegates the rare chance to view on-farm CSG and electricity infrastructure developments, combined with the opportunity to fast-track their subject knowledge with targeted talks from high-profile industry specialists.”
The conference will take place from 12th – 13th June and is expected to attract close to 200 landholders from around the state.
Book your place by contacting PRA on (07) 4921 3430 or at www.propertyrightsaustralia.org
Written by Peter Shannon
Written by Shine Lawyers on June 2, 2014. Last modified: September 26, 2018.