Questions asked about NSW govt $262M payment to Shenhua

THE New South Wales government did not have to pay Chinese group Shenhua $262 million to scale back its application for the renewal of its Watermark coal project licence as it was seeking renewal of only 50% or less of the area, an activist group claims.

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Questions asked about NSW govt $262M payment to Shenhua Questions asked about NSW govt $262M payment to Shenhua Questions asked about NSW govt $262M payment to Shenhua Questions asked about NSW govt $262M payment to Shenhua Questions asked about NSW govt $262M payment to Shenhua

Site of Shenhua's Watermark project in NSW.

A document obtained under Freedom of Information laws says Shenhua revised its application on June 29 2017, two days after then NSW energy minister Don Harwin was sent two deeds of agreement

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