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Renewables will drive then kill WA gas demand 

THERE are several things that will influence Western Australia's gas market in the next decade but one thing is clear: shortages will come by the middle of the decade driven by higher demand and some lowering of supply. 

    A report commissioned by the WA Domestic Gas Alliance and undertaken by consultancy Wood Mackenzie finds a "paradox" within the state's gas market as near term demand grows thanks to more renewables...

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