C2030 Broome – Western Australian State Infrastructure Development & LNG Precinct

Anne Nolan, head of the newly formed Department of State Development discussed future planning for Western Australian state infrastructure with particular focus on the LNG Precinct at James Point during the C2030 Broome summit.

·         Living standards will be impacted by future development

·         Development has to be sustainable & responsible

·         Western Australia has massive resource potential

·         There is a world class wilderness area to consider in the Kimberleys

·         A holistic focus must drive development

·         Land must be secured for aboriginal communities

·         Currently, the drivers in the Kimberleys are too narrow – pearling, fishing, tourism & agriculture

·         Scientific research must lead any development activity

·         The overarching theme must be about community

·         A special development package is being developed for the east Kimberley

·         There will be big projects for a big state

·         Kimberley LNG is a world class gas reserve

·         Browse Basin is a site for the future

·         Significant work went into identifying the right site with James Price Point being selected as the most appropriate

·         Roads, infrastructure & services must lead development of the gas resource

·         Enormous business opportunities

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Posted On: 1/1/0001
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