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Miners hit as Alinta warns on gas crisis

Gas retailer Alinta warned today that the state's gas crisis could worsen, as the resources sector said many of its members would be affected and the state government decided to re-open a mothballed coal power station.

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What a shame that the Premier and Dr Gill are so against the proponents of the hydro power and RO scheme at the base of the Wellington Dam. You could be forgiven for thinking that that rational thinking (seemingly as in as tight a supply situation in this Government as is gas in WA) would welcome such a proposal; especially as it would not be a drain on state coffers. The current Government appears rather bereft of much input in the way of contingency planning. Who needs an end to the mining "Bubble" when we have our current pollies ensconced in the corridors of power pre-empting the end.

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