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Tamboran Resources subsidiary Sweetpea may use security guards to ensure access to remote Northern Territory cattle station Tanumbirini | North Queensland Register

Traditional owners and staff at a remote NT cattle station are blocking a gas exploration company.

A gas exploration company may use security guards to ensure it can access a remote Northern Territory cattle station protected by pastoralists and Indigenous traditional owners.

Tamboran Resources subsidiary Sweetpea also said it would take legal action to recover more than $40,000 per day from the station owner, cattle baron Rallen Australia, and any person that “aids” it if its fracking operations are delayed.

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