Tell Buru Energy not to gas the Kimberley!

By Steve Gates

Dear NRPG members and interested,

Environs Kimberley is a member body of the Conservation Council of WA, dedicated to saving the Kimberly, and has been very successful in a number of campaigns over a couple decades.

Please help out if you can, to stop fracking of our Kimberley. (The train from High Wycombe is a convenient way to get to the City West station in West Perth).

Kind regards,
Steve Gates

President, NRPG Bushcarers

Hi Steve
Despite widespread community support for a Frack Free Kimberley, Buru Energy is still pushing ahead with plans to industrialise the region with oil and gas developments. Woodside has recently announced they are open to taking gas from the Kimberley for export via their Burrup Hub. This is a critical time with an increasing threat from gas companies like Buru Energy.Buru Energy’s upcoming Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday May 30 at the Celtic Club in West Perth/Boorloo is the perfect opportunity to remind them that we don’t want industrialisation of the Kimberley.Join us to say NO to Buru Energy: NO to fossil fuel industrialisation in the Kimberley and NO to future fracking plansWhat: Distribute flyers and presence outside Buru Energy’s AGM
When: 9:45-10:30 am, May 30, 2024
Where: Outside Celtic Club, 48 Ord St, West Perth.
RSVP: Please RSVP here to help with our organisation of the action. Shareholders will be making decisions about the company’s future fossil fuel plans at the AGM, so they will be very sensitive to any community opposition. Join us this Thursday for a day of action and making a lot of noise in Perth! We must tell them that the Kimberley is no place for fossil fuel extraction.If you can’t make it, sign the petition here and donate to our work hereLet’s keep on protecting the Kimberley!Martin    Broadcaster photoEnvirons Kimberley
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