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IEEFA ‘Pipe Dream’ Report Questions Rationale for North East Gas Interconnector in Australia

A Financially Weak Pipeline Project Hampered by a Global Glut in Liquefied Natural Gas

We’re publishing a report today questioning the economics and financial footing of the proposed $800 million North East Gas Interconnector (NEGI) in Australia. The report—“Pipe Dreams: A Financial Analysis of the Northern Gas Pipeline”—also examines the implications of awarding an unregulated monopoly over the pipeline to Jemena, a Singaporean and Chinese government-owned company, via State […]

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Northern Territory Gas Pipeline the ‘Whitest of White Elephants’

Angela Macdonald-Smith in the Sydney Morning Herald: The economic case for the $800 million North East Gas Interconnector pipeline is being questioned in a report to be released on Thursday which says the gas delivered through the line will be too expensive for east coast buyers. The lack of customers for the project other than the […]

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IEEFA ‘Pipe Dream’ Report Questions Rationale for North East Gas Interconnector in Australia

A Financially Weak Pipeline Project Hampered by a Global Glut in Liquefied Natural Gas

We’re publishing a report today questioning the economics and financial footing of the proposed $800 million North East Gas Interconnector (NEGI) in Australia. The report—“Pipe Dreams: A Financial Analysis of the Northern Gas Pipeline”—also examines the implications of awarding an unregulated monopoly over the pipeline to Jemena, a Singaporean and Chinese government-owned company, via State […]

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IEEFA Issues ‘Pipe Dream’ Report Questioning Rationale for North East Gas Interconnector in Australia

CLEVELAND, May 18, 2016 (IEEFA.org) — The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis today published a report questioning the economics and financial footing of the proposed $800 million North East Gas Interconnector (NEGI). The report—“Pipe Dreams: A Financial Analysis of the Northern Gas Pipeline”—also examines the implications of awarding an unregulated monopoly over the […]

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