Yawuru vote to oppose fracking on land near Broome

By Erin Parke

Yawuru does not agree ot the 2014/2015 fracking at Yulleroo, but if Buru Energy goes ahead with fracking, Buru Energy must agree to meet environmental, cultural, social and economic conditions set by Yawuru.

Buru Energy wants to use the contentious hydraulic fracturing technique at several sites in the West Kimberley next year, and earlier this month secured the support of Aboriginal families in the Nookanbah area.

Last week, Buru Energy announced that most of its fracking activities have been delayed until next year.

Read more here: ABC

    

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