Exxon, BHP pledge new gas by ‘early 2021’ as supply crisis looms

Source: The Age | March 6, 2020

New gas could enter the east-coast market by early 2021, as a joint venture of global energy giant ExxonMobil and miner BHP will work on a large undeveloped gas reserves …
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Tasmania sets world-leading target of 200 per cent renewables by 2040

Source: Renew Economy | March 5, 2020

The Tasmanian state government has announced an ambitious target of 200 per cent renewable energy by 2040. Looking past its 100 per cent by 2022 target, Premier Peter Gutwein stated …
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Renewable investment tipped to outlive subsidies but growing pains remain

Source: The Age | March 3, 2020

Large investments in the solar and wind power industry have been expected to continue beyond the era of government incentives, as predicted by the Clean Energy Regulator. The government’s renewable …
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AGL pushes LNG imports as solution to looming gas crisis

Source: The Sydney Morning Herald | February 18, 2020

Australia’s biggest energy supplier, AGL, have said that liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals need to be developed to avoid a future supply shortage in the nations southern states. It has …
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‘Energy laws have let us down’: Victoria pulls the plug

Source: The Age | February 18, 2020

The Victorian state Labor government will break away from the national electricity supply rules in order to upgrade obsolete electricity lines and fast-tack projects such as giant batteries. Labor will …
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