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Supply continuity from plants such as Pluto is a key factor in WA projects’ pitch to the lucrative LNG markets of Asia. Photo: Woodside

Saudi sting opens window for WA

OPINION: Every cloud has a silver lining, even the attacks on the Saudi Arabian oil industry, because they could provide the incentive for customers to seek more liquefied natural gas from Western Australia.

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