Buru admits to elevated levels of chemical and radioactive waste in its fracking ponds

MONDAY, JUNE 25: Buru Energy has admitted that testing of flowback fluids from its 2015 fracking operations in the Kimberley showed elevated levels of the chemical contaminants Boron and Barium and the radionuclide Radium-228. The admission is contained in Buru’s submission to the WA Fracking Inquiry released today. The elevated levels of Boron and Barium were found in both Buru’s […]

Fracking the Regions in WA

Regions: FOSSIL FUEL exploration permits, leases and applications cover more than half the landmass of Australia. In WA, oil and gas permits and applications cover a vast area of the state. They overlie sedimentary basins in the Kimberley, Gascoyne, Mid West, Perth and the South West. Shale and tight gas are the primary targets for frackers in WA. Between 2004 […]