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"How can you attract investment to your state if not only is your wholesale cost of energy the highest in Australia but it's not even reliable?"

Australia’s prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has questioned how South Australia can lure investment opportunities in the wake of recent power blackouts that cost mining giant BHP Billiton A$100 million.

"How can you attract investment to your state if not only is your wholesale cost of energy the highest in Australia but it's not even reliable?" "How can you attract investment to your state if not only is your wholesale cost of energy the highest in Australia but it's not even reliable?" "How can you attract investment to your state if not only is your wholesale cost of energy the highest in Australia but it's not even reliable?" "How can you attract investment to your state if not only is your wholesale cost of energy the highest in Australia but it's not even reliable?" "How can you attract investment to your state if not only is your wholesale cost of energy the highest in Australia but it's not even reliable?"

BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam lost A$100 million due to power blackouts

South Australia suffered a severe power blackout in September, triggered by extreme weather that disconnected wind power from the electricity network, then an overload cut off the interconnector to

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