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SACOME calls on Marshall gov to underwrite gas

THE South Australian Chamber of Mines and Energy (SACOME) has called on the state government to make onshore gas exploration and production a priority in the upcoming 2021-22 budget.

 SACOME chief executive Rebecca Knol has called on the Marshall state government to invest in gas exploration, production and development ahead of the next 2021-22 budget.

SACOME chief executive Rebecca Knol has called on the Marshall state government to invest in gas exploration, production and development ahead of the next 2021-22 budget.

  In a pre-budget submission this week, SACOME asked the government to incentivise oil and gas exploration and production as a top priority.  The organisation said the Marshall Liberal government...

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