NT WorkSafe has charged two construction companies over the death of a man at the Inpex Onshore LNG Facility.

The Australia Institute says Norway stands to gain the most from Bight oil.

A new natural gas processing plant will be built in Darwin.

Australia has met half of its net electricity demand with renewables for the first time.

Researchers in the US have developed a material that bends and moves to face the light, just like sunflowers.

A majority of residents in the SA town of Kimba have voted in favour of a nuclear waste dump.

South Australia's subsidised home battery scheme has got off to a limping start.

Taxpayers face a big bill if a buyer cannot be found for a rust-riddled oil platform.

Over 11,000 scientists from more than 150 countries have endorsed the declaration of a climate emergency.

The Federal Government has been praised for “mimicking” its opposition’s energy plan.

CSIRO engineers have developed a new scanning device that can give a full panoramic view of an underground coal mine.

Reports say job applicants are being forced to give blood tests and waive privacy rights to work on Shell's QGC project.

The electricians' union says it will not relent in its attacks on crossbench senators over anti-union laws.

Queensland farmers in the grip of drought have lost a legal fight against a coal project.

Embattled wave power company Carnegie Clean Energy has had its shares reinstated to the ASX.

The chairman of Alinta Energy says big lobbies are undermining climate change policy.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has provided little explanation for using doctored documents to criticise Sydney’s lord mayor.

State regulator Energy Safe Victoria (ESV) has laid six charges against energy company Powercor ...

Leaks suggest one of the major contractors for the Carmichael mine has been rocked by internal dissent.

Origin Energy boss Frank Calabria says the era of new coal power is over.

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