Gas hub bungle embarrassing: Dodson

March 26th, 2012

The man known as the “Father of Reconciliation”, Pat Dodson, says a proposed gas precinct north of Broome that has split the local community, looks less and less likely to go ahead.

Broome Families say NO

March 6th, 2012

Created by Broome filmmakers, this short film gets to the heart of local concerns about the proposed gas plant near Broome. Locals beg decision makers to consider the social, environmental and cultural effects the precinct would have on the richly historical and multi-ethnic town of Broome.  

Browse land grab ‘unlawful’

March 6th, 2012

Western Australia’s largest proposed resource development, the $30 billion Browse liquefied natural gas development off north-western Australia, has been dealt a blow after the WA Supreme Court determined that state government actions to secure land for a proposed gas hub at James Price Point were unlawful.

Woodside gas plant doubts

March 6th, 2012

HOPES that Woodside Petroleum will abandon plans to build a massive gas plant near Broome have been boosted by news that a final investment decision on the controversial $30 billion Browse LNG project will be delayed until 2013.

Media Stories and links for December 2011

December 5th, 2011

  From a landmark Supreme Court case outcome to financial and economic woes slowing down investment decisions, December was a newsworthy month for those interested in the proposed Browse gas hub.   Woodside gas plant doubts Peter Ker, Rania Spooner, December 20, 2011 Sydney Morning Herald HOPES that Woodside Petroleum will abandon plans to build […]