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Woodside offers Browse partners an exit

Woodside Petroleum chief executive Don Voelte said the company had suggested a range of exit options to its wavering partners in the $30 billion Browse LNG venture to facilitate the timely delivery of the massive project off the Kimberley coast.

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If Mr Voelte had genuine concern for the Australian public then he would not even contemplate putting a heavy industrial site on one of the most beautiful coastlines in Australia. It is the people of Western Australia who should have the biggest say in this project not just the heads of big corporations trying to accumulate the biggest profits they can.

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