Slugcatcher on the mix of too much gas globally and not enough gas local

THERE'S no crisis, yet, but Slugcatcher wonders whether the mighty North West Shelf LNG project is facing a series of problems which could see one or more of its processing trains mothballed because of either a local gas-supply shortfall, or a global LNG glut – or both.

Slugcatcher on the mix of too much gas globally and not enough gas local Slugcatcher on the mix of too much gas globally and not enough gas local Slugcatcher on the mix of too much gas globally and not enough gas local Slugcatcher on the mix of too much gas globally and not enough gas local Slugcatcher on the mix of too much gas globally and not enough gas local

How do you solve a problem like the North West Shelf? 

 
On balance, it's unlikely that the Shelf will face a "shut in" decision but it is a move that shouldn't be discounted during a climate of ultra-low oil prices and a lack of fresh investment in
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