Today is Day 80 since QGC began their pipeline operations through the estate, (it was only supposed to take 21 days)and they still have not completed it.
Yesterday we had Jorge and Tanya from Bulga in the Hunter Valley call in for a brief visit to witness the devestation in our area caused by QGC. The rain had come in by the time we set out,and it was rather wet and muddy. On the plus side though, it disrupted QGC operations as it was just too muddy to continue trying to lay the pipes under the road.
Jorge and Tanya have now experienced for themselves what we do every time we go near QGC activity. George and Tanya have now seen QGC security arrive everywhere we stopped to take photographs of their operations, and have now had their number plate written down and even their photo taken as well.
It also appears Origin are prepared to travel down the same path as QGC, with a worker at an Origin camp, spotted us parked out front of their camp(but not on their property)and went to retrieve what appeared to be a camera and started taking photos of us……..Why cant QGC just pass the photos onto Origin???……. they take sooooo many of us, surely they could share a few????
Hmmmm……….I wonder if these companies are now employing photographers………….perhaps all our protesting has helped not just security guards get employed, but photographers too???