In Australia coal seam gas has emerged as a major industry with conservative estimates that there will be approximately 40,000 production wells built throughout the country. A great deal of fear and uncertainty is associated with the risks surrounding the development of gas seam mining, particularly over the possibility that ground water will be contaminated.
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