Aboriginal Groups Trying Halt a Natural Gas Boom in Australia’s Northern Territory

Vice: Conservationists and indigenous communities in northern Australia are gearing up for a fight, as some of the world's largest energy companies line up to frack the region for shale gas. Santos, Sasol, Inpex and, more recently, businessmen who have made billions from fracking in the United States have all been lured to the McArthur Basin in Australia's Northern Territory. American Energy Partners (AEP), the company established by US fracking pioneer Aubrey McClendon — who died two weeks ago — has......

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