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WA minister to "strictly" oversee Chevron carbon offsets after Gorgon fail 

THE Western Australian government will strictly oversee Chevron Corporation's $40 million investment in low-carbon initiatives in the state, a spokesperson for environment minister Amber-Jade Sanderson told Energy News today. 

Helen Clark and Mark Tilly
The Gorgon LNG plant

The Gorgon LNG plant

Reference points for suitable offsets may be those to be used by Waitsia Stage 2, the onshore Perth Basin conventional gas project shared by Mitsui and Beach Energy, and the Pilbara Energy Generation project,...

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