Exmouth split over pipeline factory proposed for Gulf

Exmouth split over pipeline factory proposed for Gulf

Oct 13, 2018

Some want to see Exmouth Gulf developed into an oil and gas port, while others seek to preserve its World Heritage values. See Adam Morton’s story in The Guardian.

https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2018/oct/14/exmouth-split-over-pipeline-factory-proposed-for-gulf-that-supports-ningaloo-reef

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