Catering Business Reaping the Benefits of Natural Gas Industry
When Jack Kain and his siblings Kitty and Joe decided to establish a catering business in WA, they found big support from gas industry workers in Broome.
The Good Cartel, the name of the business run by the three siblings, employs 31 locals and has a restaurant, drive-through, and a fully serviced lounge at the Broome heliport. After more than three years in business, they continue to enjoy huge support from offshore gas workers at the local heliport and are planning on expanding their business.
Read the full story on The West Australian.
Income from natural gas doesn’t just benefit those directly employed by the industry but does a lot to support the local communities that host gas projects. Small businesses and local economies in host communities and around the country benefit from this income.Explore
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