The BBC have reported:
Tamboran Resources intends to drill an exploratory borehole near Belcoo next month to collect rock samples.
Since Monday, protesters against the controversial fracking technique have held a vigil at the site entrance.
Police say they have plans in place to deal with any protests.
The quarry is owned by Acheson and Glover and Tamboran has taken out a four-month lease to carry out exploratory drilling work.
The court order prohibits people from entering or occupying land at Gandrum Road, or preventing Tamboran from carrying out exploratory mining operations and obstructing access to and from the site.
Tamboran said that after they moved equipment into the quarry, a number of individuals sought to gain unlawful access to the site.
“In order to protect the safety of local people, site security and protesters we have sought and secured an order for an injunction to deter anyone from seeking unlawful access,” the company said.
“Tamboran respects people’s right to protest and we welcome calls from local people to ensure that the protests are peaceful.
“It is important to stress that the company is undertaking work it is required to do under the terms of the licence from government and intends to meet its obligations in full.”
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