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Western Australia regional LNG hub plans undermine climate targets

Western Australia regional LNG hub plans undermine climate targets

The likely emissions from the proposed Burrup Hub LNG project in Western Australia would significantly undermine the state’s and Australia’s ability to meet Paris Agreement targets and shift the burden of deeper reductions onto other sectors to compensate, our latest report shows.
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Australia’s largest liquefied natural gas producer, Woodside, plans a regional hub on the Burrup Peninsula in Western Australia, which would enable it to develop trillions of cubic feet of gas over the next decades. This report outlines the implications of the emissions Burrup Hub would produce on Western Australia's ability to meet its climate targets.