Australian union demands more gas for domestic users

The Australian Workers Union has launched a campaign calling for more gas to be delivered to the domestic market to relieve shortages and lower prices for end-users.
By Sophie Gabrielle 3 March 2017 0 24479

The Australian Workers Union has launched a campaign calling for more gas to be delivered to the domestic market to relieve shortages and lower prices for end-users, according to the Gladstone Observer.

The union has targeted the massive LNG export project on Curtis Island and called for the government to impose a gas reservation policy to divert some of the plant’s feedstock to the domestic market. Gas prices in Australia are now higher than in Japan and South Korea, the union claims.

The Australian Petroleum...

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