Slugcatcher and the turning of the pipeline worm

CHARITY, it is said, begins at home, and Slugcatcher believes that might also be the case with future Australian natural gas projects as the global market dries up and even companies once vehemently opposed to a trans-Australia gas pipeline warm to the idea of linking gas deposits with industry and major cities.

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With LNG prices low a west-east pipe looks suddenly attractive 

Two events last week played to the theme of local markets being more attractive than the traditional preference of gas developers keen to cash in on high prices in Asia for LNG.