Is "No gas, no cash" Taylor's newly whittled Big Stick?

AS the states, New South Wales aside, crane their necks in the direction of Canberra to see who will be next in line for a cushy energy deal, energy and emissions reduction minister Angus Taylor made his quid pro quo clear: more gas.

Is "No gas, no cash" Taylor's newly whittled Big Stick? Is "No gas, no cash" Taylor's newly whittled Big Stick? Is "No gas, no cash" Taylor's newly whittled Big Stick? Is "No gas, no cash" Taylor's newly whittled Big Stick? Is "No gas, no cash" Taylor's newly whittled Big Stick?

Or is it more coal? Perhaps nuclear?

 
Laid out in the COAG agreement in November, Taylor noted in parliament on Wednesday, the $2 billion energy deal with NSW to invest $1 billion into renewable development in return for the state
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