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Vic planning rules put brake on AGL LNG plans

WHILE New South Wales has essentially greenlit an LNG import terminal by declaring it ‘critical infrastructure’ and cutting the approvals process by up 12-18 months Victoria has gone the opposite way when considering AGL Energy’s proposed A$250 million plans for a Crib Point terminal.

  • Helen Clark
  • 11 October 2018
  • 13:40
  • News
Vic planning rules put brake on AGL LNG plans Environmental review for Crib Point LNG import project could add year to project approval

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