Western Australia’s fantasy of making Kimberley the next Dubai and the world’s largest gas hub suddenly came crumbling down following Woodside Petroleum’s announcement today it is dumping its $45 billion LNG investment in James Point Price. Woodside CEO Peter Coleman admitted the gas project is economically unviable saying the company has been under cost pressure. He said James Point Price...
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The dream of Western Australia to transform Broome into a dazzling New Dubai faces no paved road. The multi-billion Woodside Petroleum’s gas hub has ignited intermittent tensions between local residents and the police. The State Government dispatched a strong 140-200 police to James Price Point this week alerting Green activists nationwide to join forces with Broome residents...
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The last thing Filipino performer Carlos Celdran expected at the largest art fair in the Middle East was to be picked up by security officials, questioned, and ordered to remove political and religious references from his show. “It never occurred to me this would be sensitive,” Celdran said of his act...
Scooping and serving ice cream isn’t supposed to be this crazy, but employees in this Cold Stone Creamery store in Dubai seem to be more than just mere minimum-wage workers. Dazzling their customers with their unorthodox way of serving their frozen goods, they toss and juggle scoops of ice cream as if they were balls....
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