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UQ to meet coal seam gas opponents

Bowing to pressure from staff and students, the University of Queensland will hold an information session on a controversial new coal seam gas (CSG) research centre later this month. As reported in Campus Review online last week, funding links between the centre and energy companies have led to campus protests and demands for assurances of research independence and integrity. Three gas companies – Santos, Arrow Energy and Queensland Gas Company – have agreed to inject $15 million into the Centre for Coal Seam Gas over the next five years.

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