### Where does nsw get most of its natural gas supplies

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Background questions to answer: Where does NSW get most of its natural gas  supplies from up to now? What is happening to total domestic gas production in Australia?

(2) Describe the structural change that is taking place in the Australian gas market.

(3) Describe what is happening to (and expected to happen to) gas prices for households and businesses in NSW. Explain why this is happening.

(4) What are potential ways out of this problem? What type of policy could address this issue, and why?

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