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The degree to which host regions benefit from resource extraction is a major issue for research and policy. In Australia and Canada, the dominant narrative of resource extraction is that most of the benefits flow away from host regions. This paper draws on evolutionary economic geography, presenting a case study of the Limestone Coast in South Australia, which previously extracted and distributed gas locally to food and fibre manufacturing industries. New policies seeking to renew the gasdoi:10.1016/j.exis.2020.04.001 pmid:32363147 pmcid:PMC7194547 fatcat:gbi5searbbfbbacpiwqz6rg6wy