Pipeline Politics to Cost Canadian Economy $10.7B in 2018
Delayed oil pipeline construction is causing a steep discount for Canadian crude prices that is costing the economy roughly $15.6 billion a year, according to Scotiabank.
Mining Maintenance Boom Drives Huge Contractor Opportunities
Contractors in areas such as mechanical, electrical and equipment servicing are set to grab billions of dollars’ worth of opportunity as expenditure on maintenance and servicing...
Is Australia Facing a Household Energy Poverty Crisis?
“People will die.”
Empowering the Consumer Through Transparency
The presence of plastic pipe is ubiquitous, but some might say its profile is low simply because plastic pipe is often out of sight, below ground...
Is Australia’s National Electricity Market Failing?
By all means, the month of March was a tumultuous one for Australia’s normally unexciting electricity and gas sector.
Australia’s Confused Energy Policy Debacle
Wind back to 2012 and publications such as The Economist were hailing Australia’s energy policy through its carbon tax as an example for the world to...
Energy Price Cut Proves Private Better: NSW Govt
The NSW government says gas company Jemena's move to lower charges to customers is proof a privately owned business offers a better service.
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 America with the design of a key...
NSW Govt Approves Port Kembla Gas Terminal
The NSW government has given the green light to a $250 million gas terminal at Port Kembla, near Wollongong.
Energy Projects in Line for Underwriting
The federal government is planning to underwrite projects for power generation so the electricity grid becomes more reliable.
South Australian Gas Trial Free to Proceed
An underground gas extraction trial will be allowed to proceed in South Australia's far north, after an Aboriginal group lost its bid to stop the project.
QLD: Linc Energy Found Guilty of Pollution
Serious environmental harm was caused by failed Queensland company Linc Energy's underground coal gasification operations on the Darling Downs.
APA Raising $500m to Fund Growth Projects
Gas infrastructure operator APA Group plans to raise about $500 million from investors to help fund its new pipeline, power station and wind farm projects.
Energy Group Ignored Toxic Gas Warnings: Crown
A failed energy company accused of knowingly and illegally polluting a significant part of Queensland's Darling Downs has faced trial in a landmark criminal case in...
Warning Zone Lifted from Queensland Contamination
Queensland's environment department has lifted a warning zone from a contaminated site on the Darling Downs linked to former underground coal gasification project.
Consultation for SA Gas Trial to Go Ahead
A gas technology blamed for polluting hundreds of square kilometres of Queensland farmland is one step closer to going ahead in South Australia.