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Court gives Santos greenlight for Barossa pipeline, dismisses Aboriginal claim

Santos will be able to proceed with its proposed offshore gas pipeline for its Barossa LNG project in the Northern Territory after the Federal Court ruled today that it would not endanger Aboriginal cultural heritage sites.

ENB Staff
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The Federal Court ruled that claims made by a group of 11 Tiwi Islanders - and backed by the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) - that the pipeline would damage areas of cultural significance were not...

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