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AEMO warns of gas supply crunch over consecutive winters

THE Australian Energy Market Operator said in its latest east coast gas report there is adequate supply in the market until 2027, however under certain scenarios there is not enough during winter months.

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Delays to LNG import plants and depleting fields in the Gippsland and Otway basins offshore Victoria could cause shortages should extreme weather events occur during winter months. AEMO warned that...

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