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Gas fires an erratic trading week 

THERE has been a flurry of activity this week as multiple oil companies responded to price queries from the Australian Securities Exchange in a strange week of erratic trading that has seen single asset companies share prices rise, supposedly on the back of government policy, and those who stand to benefit most receive no questions from the ASX. 

Gas fires an erratic trading week 

Four Perth Basin players were among the gaggle.    Key Petroleum, Empire Energy, Norwest Energy have all suggested government plans back gas-fired energy generation, pipeline build and a focus on several...

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