Slugcatcher and the Forrest-effect on LNG, a force to be reckoned with

THERE’S a lot more riding on the race to build LNG import terminals on Australia’s east coast than simply delivering gas to energy-hungry customers, because the way Slugcatcher sees it imported gas questions the very future of the domestic gas exploration industry.

Slugcatcher and the Forrest-effect on LNG, a force to be reckoned with Slugcatcher and the Forrest-effect on LNG, a force to be reckoned with Slugcatcher and the Forrest-effect on LNG, a force to be reckoned with Slugcatcher and the Forrest-effect on LNG, a force to be reckoned with Slugcatcher and the Forrest-effect on LNG, a force to be reckoned with

Is Twiggy sensing, or pushing, a sea change in the gas industry? 

 
That observation might be provocative but it's one that seems likely to be discussed at this month's APPEA conference in Brisbane - along with the point that one of the most important people in