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Government to blame for Aus' east coast gas shortfalls

WOODSIDE Energy chief executive Meg O'Neill said the impending shortfall of gas supply to the east coast of Australia next year is partly due to the government's arduous permitting processes.

Government to blame for Aus' east coast gas shortfalls

O'Neill has been a vocal supporter for LNG import terminals in Victoria and New South Wales for some time, first flagging the need for new sources of gas to the east coast several years ago. In December...

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