Marc Howe

674 Published Articles

Marc Howe covers developments in the energy, mining and infrastructure sectors for Sourceable. He worked as a technical translator and business journalist in China throughout the noughties, but has since returned to Australia and is currently based in his hometown of Canberra.

Engineering

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LNG Means Big Business for Samsung

South Korean conglomerate Samsung is making a bold foray into the liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant market in North...

Published on 24 October 2014

Property

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Property Boom Makes Australians World’s Richest

Australians are the richest people in the world on the back of the unabating boom in the country's housing...

Published on 17 October 2014

Engineering

NBN construction stalls again

Is Splitting Up NBN the Best Option?

In the absence of Labor's full FTTP-solution, the break up of the NBN into competing entities could be the...

Published on 17 October 2014

Engineering

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Abbott Warns Against “Dam Phobia” in Queensland

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has called for Queenslanders to overcome their widespread "phobia" of dams in order to ensure the...

Published on 16 October 2014

Engineering

SaskPower

Canada Launches $1.4B Carbon Capture Initiative

One of the world's biggest carbon capture projects is being launched at a coal-fired power plant in the Canadian...

Published on 15 October 2014

Property

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Australia’s Hotel Stock Primed for Overhaul

A new report from Colliers International indicates that Australia's hotel stock is set to experience its first major overhaul...

Published on 15 October 2014

Engineering

pipeline

Pipelines Pave Way for Pilbara Gasification

Efforts to cut costs are spurring a shift toward gas amongst iron ore miners operating in the mineral-rich Pilbara, as...

Published on 15 October 2014

Engineering

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Using Robot Teams to Repair Power Outages

Engineers from Michigan Technological University are experimenting with the use of automated devices to fix power outages in emergency...

Published on 14 October 2014

Engineering

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Japan to Build Space Elevator by Mid-Century

One of Japan's biggest construction companies hopes to build a space elevator by 2050 using carbon nanotube technology.

Published on 14 October 2014

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