WA lacking in key infrastructure: report

The first ever national audit of the resources export chain has found key infrastructure shortfalls in Western Australia's $59 billion minerals and energy sector.


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This is a very broad brush report that focuses on WA and does not pinpoint the actual deficiencies and their costs. WA has much better infrastructure in all of these areas than is implied in this report. Try producing a parallel report for Queensland and I am sure you will identify huge gaps in their provision for rail and port infrastructure in relation to coal exports. Development takes time, foresight, political will and money.

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