Environmentalists have launched a second legal action against the Scarborough to Pluto LNG project, adding to uncertainty about its construction a week after Woodside Energy approved the $16 billion investment, Melbourne’s The Age reported.
The Conservation Council of Western Australia will argue that an approval to expand the plant granted in May by the state’s Department of Water and Environmental Regulation was unlawful as it did not consider greenhouse gas emissions.
Read the full report: The Age.
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