Liquified natural gas (LNG) now dominates Australia’s petroleum production due to high demand from Asia, according to energy advisory firm EnergyQuest.
Australia’s resources exports delivered a record $248 billion in revenue in 2018, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
The Port of Gladstone in Queensland exported 20.58 million tonnes of LNG exports in 2018, resulting in a new annual record.
An Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) report has taken a dim view of New South Wales’ thermal coal exports, believing they are on an irreversible downward trend.
INPEX Corp’s first cargo of liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the Ichthys LNG project has departed from its onshore gas liquefaction plant in Darwin, Northern Territory.
Japanese equipment manufacturer Hitachi has set the foundation to play a role in Australia’s move towards an autonomous mining future.
A bipartisan delegation of Federal Members of Parliament has visited Japan to discuss the importance of Australian coal to Japan’s energy supply and economy.
New satellites from the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) project have been found to boost positioning capabilities in Western Australia, according to research from Curtin University.
Hitachi held a Social Innovation Forum in Brisbane yesterday, revealing it had spent $875 million in Australian investment in social innovation over the last 18 months, the majority of which went to the mining industry.
Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports are forecast to grow 22.6 per cent in the 2018 financial year.
Japanese unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) provider Terra Drone has launched an office in Brisbane, aiming to bring more drone technology to Australia’s mining sector.
Australia’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports surged in 2016 as a plethora of new projects in Western Australia, the Northern Territory and Queensland triggered a flood of new shipments to global markets, a new report from EnergyQuest has found.
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Another company has revealed pain taken in their involvement with the Roy Hill project, this time Japanese giant Marubeni. The major investor with a 15 per cent stake in the project has announced a write-down of $235 million or 20 billion Yen on the shareholding, which was valued at $1.8 billion. Marubeni’s initial investment in … Continue reading Japanese investor announces write-down on Roy Hill
Japanese banks have been investing heavily in LNG projects, lending more than $US5 billion in 2014.
Japan’s nuclear restart program has been stalled, with a court halting plans to turn back on two operations in the city of Takahama.
The Minerals Council of Australia says Australia’s uranium industry is set for a boost as Japan moves to restart nuclear reactors for the first time since the Fukushima meltdown.
Central Queensland coal will get a shot in the arm thanks to investment in Stanmore Coal by a Japanese mining corporation.
An Australian company vying to develop a new uranium mine in Namibia has told a mining conference that a “perfect storm” is tipped to shake up the global uranium sector.
Mining in outer space is a step closer to reality, as Japanese scientists prepare to launch a new probe to conduct mineral exploration on asteroids.