PLAYING CATCH-UP: Chevron is targeting its message to better communicate with an Australian audience. Photo: iStockphoto

Barnett bullseye on oil and gas

Managing community relations is proving a major challenge for oil and gas companies, and there’s a lot of goodwill to claw back.


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For a region that has to import all its petrol & diesel & aviation fuel West Australians must push for Vehicles that run our natural gas and a bigger future share of what is available. Our economy takes a hit every time there is a world crisis that pushes oil prices up and that is happening more often the latest being the Ukraine crisis. That also pushes up the cost of mining reducing our competiveness in the world market. It pushes up our business costs. We already have gas reticulated almost state wide. A cost effective measure that would revolutionise our economy in WA. So if Colin cant get Federal help perhaps the State should develop its own Natural Gas Supplies and Gas engines.

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