RIVER EXPLODES WITH GAS AND HOLDS FLAME NEAR FRACKING OPERATIONS | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


RIVER EXPLODES WITH GAS AND HOLDS FLAME NEAR FRACKING OPERATIONS

So much methane gas is now bubbling up through the Condamine River in Queensland, Australia that it exploded with fire and held a large flame. Gas seeping into the river began shortly after coal seam gas operations started nearby and is growing in volume and the stretch of river affected is expanding in length.

Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham travelled to Chinchilla in South Western Queensland to investigate the impact of the coal seam gas industry on the environment as part of the Greens’ campaign to ban fracking and unconventional gas in Australia.

“I was shocked by the force of the explosion when I tested whether gas boiling through the Condamine River, Qld was flammable. So much gas is bubbling through the river that it held a huge flame for over an hour,” said Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

There will be no fish anywhere in that river. Methane will combine with the available free oxygen in the water and break down into carbon dioxide and more water. The CO2 will bubble into the atmosphere (making Al Gore happy) and the fish in that water will die of asphyxiation.

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