Hydrogen, batteries, carbon capture: Australia’s emissions road map

Source: The Age | September 22, 2020

22 September 2020 Energy schemes using batteries, hydrogen and carbon capture will be the big winners in a federal plan to pour $18 billion over a decade into projects that …
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Manufacturers seek ‘urgent intervention’ to rein in gas giants

Source: The Age | August 18, 2020

18th August 2020 Australia’s large gas producers are charging local customers far higher prices than overseas buyers, fuelling demands for urgent intervention and calls for exporters to open their books …
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Australia’s top polluter AGL faces push to accelerate coal-fired power exit

Source: The Age | August 6, 2020

6th August 2020 Australia’s heaviest greenhouse-gas emitter, AGL, will face a shareholder push to bring forward the closures of its remaining coal-fired power plants by at least 12 years to …
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World’s fastest energy transition: AEMO maps path to 94 per cent renewables

Source: RenewEconomy | July 31, 2020

31st July 2020 The Australian Energy Market Operator says Australia is in the midst of what is likely to be the world’s fastest energy transition. And it has just finalised …
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Santos takes $1.1b hit as COVID-19 wipes out oil demand

Source: The Age | July 23, 2020

23rd July 2020 Oil and gas giant Santos has become the latest Australian producer to take heavy write-downs on the value of its assets, flagging a hit of up to …
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