LNG import is "urgently" needed: EnergyQuest

CONSULTANCY firm EnergyQuest has picked a horse in the east coast gas supply issue and backed LNG import terminals, suggesting they are needed to counter ‘critical’ gas shortages in the east coast states in a report released today that looks at the east coast gas market to 2036. 

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EnergyQuest CEO Dr Graeme Bethune

It suggests shortages are expected begin in 2022, worsen by 2026 and cannot be propped up by endless supplies from Queensland's overstretched CSG fields.
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