The first LNG production on Curtis Island has started on schedule, Santos says.

A case brought by NuCoal Resources against the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has been rejected by the Supreme Court.

Royal Dutch Shell has stopped its controversial search for oil off the Alaskan coast, leading environmentalists to claim a huge victory.

Insiders say Volkswagen's staff and suppliers knew about software designed to thwart emissions tests years ago.

The Wilderness Society has questioned a deal that will see energy giant Chevron pay for CSIRO’s research ship Investigator to conduct oil and gas exploration in the Great Australian Bight.

The Tasmanian Greens are walking a fine line between two of their major policy areas – announcing their opposition to an experimental renewable energy system in a Wilderness World Heritage Area (WWHA).

Experts say hot conditions make for more dangerous work.

Local engineers are working on a device that could greatly reduce the amount of water that outback power generators need.

Josh Frydenberg, the new Resources and Energy Minister and Minister for Northern Australia, is heading to the top of the country to push for new opportunities.

Explosive allegations and evidence have been aired at the trade union royal commission.

The Canberra Liberals say they will ditch the ACT Government's solar access laws if they win next year's election.

The chief of BHP Billiton's coal division says the mining industry is losing the public relations battle on climate change.

The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) must pay around $9 million in damages and legal costs to Boral after the union's boycott of the construction company was ruled illegal.

The world's biggest trade union says US energy giant Chevron has been profit-shifting to drive down the tax it pays in Australia.

The new Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia - Josh Frydenberg - says renewable energy will be a “key part” of the Federal Government's energy platform.

A new report from Greenpeace says that for the world to switch from climate-altering fossil fuels to renewable energy by 2050 would cost about $A1.39 trillion per year.

A new deal will see CSIRO’s world-leading science vessel looking for oil in the Great Australian Bight on behalf of Chevron.

The Federal Government’s Emissions Reduction Fund has detailed new methods for crediting emissions reductions from road, rail and sea transport.

Extensive media reports this week say the CFMEU is banking on Bill Shorten to win the next election, amid fears the LNP would try to shut the union down if re-elected.

Recent research reports suggest the energy storage market is about to take off.

The WA port city of Bunbury will play host to the trial of an exciting new power source.

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