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Submission: Gas Master Plan (South Africa)

South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) released the Gas Master Plan Base Case Report for public comment on Tuesday, 14 December 2021. Its purpose is to establish baseline information for South African natural gas development, as well as to outline the Gas Master Plan roadmap. The baseline information includes an overview of the gas value chain, as well as regulatory framework. The Gas Master Plan will serve as a policy instrument, providing a roadmap for taking strategic, political, and institutional decisions which will guide industry investment planning and coordinated implementation regarding gas.

Natural Justice submitted our comments on 31 January 2022. These comments cover a number of themes, most significantly, but not limited to: 1) climate change commitments of South Africa 2) public consultation 3) expropriation of land for infrastructure development and 4) failure to consider all risks.

A summary of the comments can be found here:

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