Improved commodity prices are expected to push Australia’s mining and energy export earnings to a record in 2016-17, according to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.
The Arctic is experiencing an extraordinary heatwave… so does this mean the region’s fabled energy resources will finally be exploited?
Some well known resource stocks in Australia have reported major losses, including US$6.38 billion for BHP Billiton over the past year and US$1.1 billion for Santos over the past six months.
The energy sector is dealing with a complex mix of relationships between consumer trends, global commodity markets, and state, federal and industry regulation.
The COAG Energy Council is implementing new reforms and a major program to further lower emissions and maintain an affordable energy system.
The fifth of a ten part series examining the trends that will drive the mining industry in 2016.
AWE and Japanese energy giant Mitsui have joined together to bid up to $200 million for Origin Energy’s stake in Waitsia.
Josh Frydenberg’s speech at Energy Networks 2016 Energy in Transition Conference.
South Australia’s last coal-fired power station closed on Monday this week, leaving the state with only gas and wind power generators, so what will be South Australia’s energy future?
South Australia’s Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission has recommended the state investigate an international storage site for intermediate and high-level (spent fuel) nuclear waste.
Five Tanzanian gold miners have been rescued from a collapsed shaft, after spending 41 days trapped underground, eating cockroaches and frogs to survive.
Santos is predicted to unveil sweeping changes to its oil and gas production in a possible move to raise $3 billion in capital
Japan’s nuclear restart program has been stalled, with a court halting plans to turn back on two operations in the city of Takahama.
An underground fire may be responsible for gas emissions detected in soils south of Chinchilla.
is it time for Australia to finally have the nuclear energy discussion?
Deloitte have released a list of the top ten industry trends we can expect in 2015. Part 3 – Cutting power costs.
Lockheed Martin’s claims of small scale nuclear fusion may have been hasty, according to ANU’s Matthew Hole
The Northern Territory will call for expressions of interest in an Alice Springs to Moomba gas pipeline, which could help alleviate gas shortages.
Rio Tinto’s energy chief warned punters should not get too carried away with a spike in the uranium price, predicting an uptake in the industry was years away.
Rio Tinto’s energy boss said coal will remain the number one energy source for decades to come but said it needed to be cleaned up to help fight climate change.