Woodside seeks approval for gas project near WA’s Dampier marine reserves

Federal environment department publishes proposal on Christmas Eve and public has only 10 business days to comment

The oil and gas company Woodside Energy has applied for federal approval for dredging and pipeline construction in waters near the Western Australian Dampier Archipelago marine reserves.

The company has sought the approval as part of its proposed Scarborough gas project, an offshore development about 380km from the Burrup peninsula that would use a 430km pipeline to transport gas to its existing Pluto liquefied natural gas facility on the peninsula.

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Original Title: Woodside seeks approval for gas project near WA's Dampier marine reserves
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