UNITED FRONT... Members of the Formby Bay Environmental Action Group, including Ed Satanek (right) travelled to Adelaide to support the Great Australian Bight Alliance’s protest against Norwegian oil company Statoil deep sea oil drilling in the Great Australian Bight. UNITED FRONT... Members of the Formby Bay Environmental Action Group, including Ed Satanek (right) travelled to Adelaide to support the Great Australian Bight Alliance’s protest against Norwegian oil company Statoil deep sea oil drilling in the Great Australian Bight.

Taking a stand against drilling in the bight

SIX members of the Formby Bay Environmental Action Group joined forces with other members of the Great Australian Bight Alliance in Adelaide to take a stand against deep sea drilling in the bight last month.

The protest was the culmination of community events held during the past six months, including Hands Across the Sand at Berry Bay, to raise awareness about the risks involved in deep sea drilling.

“Huge community opposition led to British Petroleum announcing last year it was withdrawing its plans to drill in the bight, and in October Chevron followed BP’s lead and also withdrew,” Wilderness Society South Australian director Peter Owen said.

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