What Compulsory Acquisition Really Means

An open letter explains that despite Premier Barnett’s latest rhetoric, his compulsory acquisition leaves very little chance for development at James Price Point.



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Woodside Decision a Great Outcome

The abandonment of plans for a gas hub at James Price Point (Walmadan) is an enormous win for the heritage and environment of the area, the community of Broome, and all of the Kimberley.



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Woodside Cans Gas Hub

Woodside announced to ASX that the proposed $45 billion Browse LNG development at James Price Point doesn’t make commercial sense.



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“Law Below the Top Soil” – Just Released

Dr. Peter Botsman’s concise history of the flawed proposal to develop Browse Gas at James Price Point is now available publicly for the first time. Download it here.



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The Kimberley

The Kimberley region of Western Australia is as inhospitable and remote as it is breathtaking and diverse. From the fringes of vast deserts to wild rivers, deep gorges, mountain ranges of mythical proportions and coastline lashed by cyclones and gigantic tides.



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