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CO2 storage potential major part of PEP-11 according to Advent Energy chair David Breeze | Newcastle Herald

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THE high-profile protests against the gas exploration project known by its permit number as “PEP-11” represent one half of a protracted battle that pitches environmentalists – and growing numbers of the general public – on one side, against resource companies and their investors and customers on the other. While the protests – and the doubts raised by Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Deputy Premier John Barilaro and local MPs – gain most of the public attention, the PEP-11 title-holders are working quietly on the project from their offices in Perth. PEP-11 is held by two companies: Advent Energy Ltd with 85 per cent,…



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