Slugcatcher and how gas became the meat in an inedible sandwich

IF you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be the meat in a sandwich then Slugcatcher suggests you consider the impossible position of Australia’s east coast oil and gas producers who have one arm of government demanding one thing and another arm blocking the way.

Slugcatcher and how gas became the meat in an inedible sandwich Slugcatcher and how gas became the meat in an inedible sandwich Slugcatcher and how gas became the meat in an inedible sandwich Slugcatcher and how gas became the meat in an inedible sandwich Slugcatcher and how gas became the meat in an inedible sandwich

Feds and state: pushing while blocking 

 
 
At a national level there are the Resources Minister, Matt Canavan, and the head of the country's competition watchdog, Rod Sims, threatening to use laws that will divert gas earmarked