Coal seam gas leak in western Sydney under investigation by EPA

NSW fire and rescue attended after residents of Spring Farm, near Camden, reported escaping gas from AGL CSG wells

The Environmental Protection Agency is investigating a coal seam gas leak within a few hundred metres of houses in western Sydney on Sunday night, prompting calls from the Greens for the NSW government to suspend all current CSG activity.

Shortly after 7pm on Sunday night, residents of Spring Farm, near Camden, reported a hissing sound and escaping gas from one of the nearby AGL coal seam gas (CSG) wells.

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