Woodside flags govt intervention to progress Browse

WOODSIDE Petroleum chief operation officer Meg O’Neill has suggested that if the various joint venture partners don’t come to the table to develop the huge integrated Scarborough and Browse LNG projects, they could face the threat of government intervention.

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At the Australasian Oil and Gas conference, O'Neill said the failure of the A$40 billion projects could cost Western Australia dearly.