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Plibersek gives go ahead for Perdaman's project 

ENVIRONMENT and water minister Tanya Plibersek will not block Perdaman's $4.5 billion fertiliser plant on the Burrup Peninsula. The main concern about the large-scale project, which has already appointed a construction contractor, is that it could harm ancient Aboriginal artwork in the area. 

Plibersek gives go ahead for Perdaman's project 

Perdaman will be Woodside Energy Group's primary domestic offtaker from its Scarborough gas field and Pluto LNG expansion.    The 2.1 million tonne project being developed by the private Perdaman has...

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