Environment and energy minister drawn into controversial Northern Territory development after approval without environmental assessment was overturned

The federal environment and energy minister, Josh Frydenberg, will work with the operators of a controversial oil and gas port after a court overturned a decision to approve it without an environmental impact assessment.

However it is unlikely the project will undergo the long called-for assessment but rather an earlier departmental investigation would be re-examined.

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Source: Guardian Environment