Archived News for Energy Sector Professionals - June, 2013
Western Australia has placed its domestic energy policy ahead of industry information, with the State’s Premier meeting top energy executives at a forum over the weekend.
As the Federal Government prepares the country for the ‘Asian Century’, a new survey has shown the average Australian isn’t too big on our nearby neighbours.
As opposition to Coal Seam Gas initiatives in Australia continues to expand, the United States has begun claiming there is no link between gas fracking and underground water contamination.
A company with a real niche market in Australia has resumed operations. The country’s only biodiesel producer is jumping on a low Australian dollar and restarting exports.
A report by a Western Australian think tank has highlighted the massive potential of algae farming as a source for biofuel, billions of dollars and thousands of jobs.
Energy Australia has locked out workers from its Yallourn power station. The CFMEU Mining and Energy division says operators have been shut out indefinitely after industrial action over the weekend.
Australia knows global warming better than most other countries, especially after the hottest January ever. Sydney aims to lead the country in solving the problems that cause global warming.