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Shale gas to secure WA's energy future: Marmion

Unconventional gas developments could ensure Western Australia's energy security and provide significant economic benefits within the decade, Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion says.

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Perth
A shortage of gas in WA is well laughable. WA is one of the largest exporters of gas in the world. The WA pollies and major users need to put great pressure on the greedy oil & gas companies to supply WA FIRST and at a COMPETITIVE price.

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