Brace for NSW's rude energy shock

New parliamentary evidence shows NSW is on track for power shortages from 2015. And gas pipeline and supply capacity from Victoria would need to more than double – at a cost of billions – to meet the state’s post-2016 demand.

As the Liberals and the Nationals get set to snatch the federal legislature back from a fumbling Labor, the largest Coalition government in the country is demonstrating how not to manage a critical issue.

The regional and development committee of the Assembly has been taking evidence through the winter on downstream gas supply and availability for New South Wales.


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