Link Energy’s UCG to GTL Demonstration Facility near Chinchilla (Photo: Linc Energy)

April 13, 2016

Landholders planning to seek damages from UCG operator Linc Energy will meet at Chinchilla RSL Club on Sunday afternoon (April 17).

The residents, who are planning a group civil action with Toowoomba-based lawyers, claims Linc’s activities contaminated soil and underground water in a 32,000ha agricultural area.

Sunday’s meeting, which will start at 1:00pm, aims to explain to landholders how they can join the group action.

In a separate matter, Linc Energy faces five criminal charges alleging it broke environmental laws while operating its UCG plant.

This case will be heard in the District Court at a date to be fixed.

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