The fuzzy forecasts blurring NSW's gas crunch

If NSW falls short of gas then the blame would seem to lie with more than just NSW environmental regulators.

In the frenzy surrounding development of NSW coal seam gas there seems to be a rather large lack of focus on how domestic demand for gas might actually go down, rather than up.

A number of people who participate in the energy policy debate don’t seem to have caught up with the fact that Australia’s energy demand growth has tailed off in the last few years while economic growth has continued. 

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