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Pushing gas in US

STATE Development Minister Clive Brown (pictured)  will continue to promote WA’s gas resources in the US this week when he represents the State Government at the LNG Ministerial Summit in Washington DC.

Premier Gallop led a delegation to the US earlier this month to help carve out a market for WA gas.

Ministers from 24 countries will attend the summit, which has been convened by US Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham to identify solutions to the growing energy needs of the US.

In a statement, Mr Brown said the summit would add momentum to a growing campaign by the Gallop Government to secure WA as a principal supplier of clean energy to the world’s largest energy market.

“My participation in the LNG Ministerial Summit will build upon the work of the premier and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy in the US earlier this month, where they brought WA’s world-class gas reserves to the attention of key US decision-makers,” he said.

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