Newly merged resources goliath GlencoreXstrata has announced it has dropped the planned Balaclava Island coal export terminal development.

BG Group has announced the sale of $1.93 billion worth of holdings in the Queensland Curtis Liquefied Natural Gas (QCLNG) project to China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).

The Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE) has released its Energy in Australia 2013 report, providing a detailed report into the state of play of energy in Australia, including resources, production, consumption, trade and prices.

The energy sector has recorded significant drops in pollution production, according to the latest National Electricity Market data, while energy production by traditional high-polluting methods are declining.

A new consumer solar power advocacy group has launched over the week in a bid to shine the light on power companies and politicians it says are leading a nationwide rip off.

Queensland Energy and Water Supply Minister, Mark McArdle, has met with Cr Tom Tate, Mayor of Gold Coast City Council, to discuss the city’s continued growth and issues surrounding water and energy supply to the region.

The Victorian Government pledged $31.7 million for the state’s mining sector from the State Budget.

The Swinburne University of Technology and CSIRO will carry on ground-breaking solar cell research following a $4 million grant under the Science and Industry Endowment Fund (SIEF).

A new Galaxy report has revealed that while almost half of Australians have actively sought information on domestic energy consumption, only 14 per cent can correctly identify what contributes to their household energy consumption.

The Federal Government’s Energy Efficiency Opportunities (EEO) program is saving participants millions of dollars in energy costs each year, according to a new independent review.

AGL Energy’s 420MW McArthur Wind Farm, the largest of its kind in the southern hemisphere, has cleared its latest challenge after it has successfully operated within the strict noise limits set by the Victorian Government’s State Planning Permit.

Shell Australia has announced Andrew Smith will take up the role of chairman of its Australian operations after Ann Pickard steps down to take up the newly created position of Executive Vice President Artic, Upstream Americas from June.

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