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LNG import terminals: Analysts in favour

Energy News Bulletin | Helen Clark  | 13 June 2018 Though lobby groups like APPEA and frustrated explorers repeatedly point to varied onshore exploration moratoria and bans tightening gas supply to the point of crisis on the east coast analysts broadly seem to think one, or even two, LNG import terminals are workable solution. Managing […]

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AGL eyes LNG imports

AGL eyes LNG imports Tuesday, 15 November 2016 Anthony Barich RISC Advisory’s prediction to Energy News that east coast gas drilling bans could open the door to LNG imports is actually close to fruition, with AGL Energy targeting start-up of a new gas terminal in South Australia, Victoria or New South Wales by 2021. AGL […]

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