CSIRO Narrabri airborne electromagnetic survey - GISERA
CSIRO Narrabri airborne electromagnetic survey
CSIRO will conduct an airborne electromagnetic (AEM) survey of the Narrabri region using a helicopter for a two-week period in mid to late November.
Statement on CSIRO research
CSIRO is aware of a report regarding CSIRO’s research “Mitigation and offsets of life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of onshore gas in the Northern Territory”.
Issue 18, September 2023
Learn about GISERA's health study, research on NT offsets and work on the perspectives of risks to local industries.
Future role of gas in South Australia
Exploring the outlook for the South Australian energy industry, with a focus on the role of natural gas and hydrogen
Managing wastewater sustainably in the NT
Developing a wastewater management framework that focuses on sustainable lifecycle options for onshore gas wastewater
Methane and holding ponds
Researching the potential methane contributions from coal seam gas holding ponds
A framework for future groundwater use
Research to develop and test a decision support framework to manage groundwater use in South Australia's southeast
Assessing the exposure of identified chemicals used in the coal seam gas (CSG) activities in the Surat Basin, Queensland
Improving the understanding of the potential presence, distribution and exposure of identified chemicals associated with CSG activities in the Surat Basin, in southern Queensland
Developing a wastewater lifecycle management framework for onshore gas development in the Northern Territory
This fact sheet describes research project activities to develop a water management framework that identifies sustainable options for managing onshore gas wastewater in the Northern Territory, should gas resource development proposals proceed.
Understanding and managing impacts to biodiversity from roads and pipelines in the Northern Territory
Understanding the potential impacts of shale gas production on biodiversity in the Beetaloo Sub-basin
Perspectives on risk to local markets and industries
This fact sheet describes research project aims and objectives designed to assist community understanding of any potential impacts of onshore gas development on the image and place-of-origin branding of agricultural markets in south east South Australia.
Community wellbeing and attitudes to coal seam gas development in 2022, in Narrabri Shire, NSW
Monitoring changes in community wellbeing and local attitudes to coal seam gas (CSG) development in the Narrabri Shire, NSW, between 2017 and 2022
South Australia: The role of gas
This project explored the outlook for the South Australian energy industry and its economic implications within the context of the national economy and energy industry, with a particular focus on the role of gas, both natural gas and hydrogen.
Perspectives on risks to local markets and industries
CSIRO's GISERA study exploring risks to local food and beverage markets
Coal seam gas and human health
New CSIRO research has been released into the potential for coal seam gas (CSG) activity in Queensland to affect human health.
Screening for potential hazards to human health from CSG activities
Scientists from CSIRO and The University of Queensland (UQ) have released results of a five-year research project - Identification and screening for potential physical hazards to human health from coal seam gas activities at a study site in the Surat Basin, southern Queensland.
Northern Territory offsets
Mitigating and offsetting emissions from proposed onshore gas production in the Northern Territory
Understanding the lifecycle of hydraulic fracturing fluids
This project will improve understanding of the lifecycle of chemicals used during hydraulic fracturing processes in the Northern Territory.
Understanding the integrity of Queensland’s coal seam gas wells: Cements, steels and microbial activity
This fact sheet describes a CSIRO research project designed to bring together information on materials used in cements and casings in coal seam gas (CSG) wells along with microbial activity that may impact CSG well integrity.