It is now expected that a draft final report will be published in mid-December, and as a result the final report itself will now not be published until March
() has noted that a report from the ongoing scientific inquiry into hydraulic fracturing has been delayed amid complications in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Coffey Services Australia, a consultant to the Northern Territory, had previously hired Cross Cultural Consultants (CCC) for community consultation as part of a social impact assessment, however, complaints were made regarding the sub-contractor’s conduct.
A new consultant, Indigenous Agreement Solutions (IAS), has now been hired to carry out further engagement in communities. It follows an investigation and discussions between the Northern Territory and Coffey.
It is now expected that a draft final report will be published in mid-December, and as a result the final report itself will now not be published until March, the company said in a statement.
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