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Govt commits to scaled-down $135m gas pipeline

The state government is pressing ahead with plans for a gas pipeline to Albany, despite the project losing its largest potential customer and facing projected operating losses.

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perth
yet another uneducated plan from colin barnett which is as foolish as the waterfront development in perth & his wrongly located stadium plan, australia is one nation not a group of states pitted agaainst one another! gas from SA would be the most economical plan but it's not about economics is it colin ? it's about you & your name on a name plate somewhere !

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