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Slugcatcher and Meg are singing from the same hymn sheet

IMITATION, so Oscar Wilde said, is the sincerest form of flattery, which is why Slugcatcher was delighted to read comments last week from Woodside Petroleum boss Meg O’Neill that she thinks it’s time to give “serious consideration to kick-starting stalled mega gas projects.”

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Slugcatcher and Meg are singing from the same hymn sheet

Top of her project development wish list are the dormant Sunrise project off the coast of Timor-Leste and the Browse project off Australia's north-west coast.   There is no way of knowing whether O'Neill...

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