Slugcatcher and the Catch 22 which could hamstring the Australian LNG industry 

LAWFARE is not yet a word used widely in the business of producing oil and gas in Australia, but as Slugcatcher was considering what’s just happened in Western Australia he recognised that the law is indeed being used to wage war on the industry. Perhaps even more concerning than hearing the first shots fired at plans to develop new LNG projects is the problem of knowing whether the WA government is a friend or an enemy.

Slugcatcher and the Catch 22 which could hamstring the Australian LNG industry  Slugcatcher and the Catch 22 which could hamstring the Australian LNG industry  Slugcatcher and the Catch 22 which could hamstring the Australian LNG industry  Slugcatcher and the Catch 22 which could hamstring the Australian LNG industry  Slugcatcher and the Catch 22 which could hamstring the Australian LNG industry 

Officials versus civil servants as Premier must balance environment and jobs 

On one level, that occupied by the Premier of the State, Mark McGowan, there are assurances for LNG developers that investment is welcome, but immediately below WA's political boss there is an