Santos and AGL hope to drill more gas wells in New South Wales, but as they have an eye on the export market, this is not going to be good news for the hip pockets of gas customers.
The oil and gas industry, with federal government support, is fervently hoping New South Wales will follow Queensland down the path of rapidly developing its coal seam gas reserves.
As Crikey showed yesterday, this is driven partly by uncertainty over a possible supply shortage to the massive export liquefied natural gas projects under construction in Gladstone, which swing
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