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Stoddart Manufacturing: The industry-recognised leader in food service equipment

Stoddart Manufacturing: The industry-recognised leader in food service equipment

FOUNDED in Queensland in 1959, Stoddart is Australia’s premier metal fabricator, engineer and supplier of catering products and equipment. The company manufactures and imports a large range of equipment for…

Galvaniser Association of Australia

Galvaniser Association of Australia

CHOOSING a corrosion protection system for steel represents a critical step in the design of any project, large or small. The estimated annual cost of corrosion is a staggering 3…

Major oil and gas acquisitions for lab services group

Major oil and gas acquisitions for lab services group

LABORATORY testing services company ALS is set to acquire UK-based Reservoir Group for $579 million following extensive due diligence completed as part of an exclusive sale process. With major hub…

European wind potential reaching greater depths

European wind potential reaching greater depths

DEEPWATER wind turbines are key to unlocking “massive” energy potential in Europe’s Atlantic and Mediterranean Seas, a new report from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) has revealed. The report…

Documentary questions Australia’s energy future

Documentary questions Australia’s energy future

AUSTRALIAN entrepreneur, businessman, aviator and political activist Dick Smith has added filmmaker to his list of credentials with the release of his new documentary Ten Bucks a Litre. A self-proclaimed…

Study shows well water contamination highest near natural gas drilling

Study shows well water contamination highest near natural gas drilling

ELEVATED levels of heavy metals have been discovered near natural gas extraction sites in the Barnett Shale area of North Texas, according to a report from the University of Texas,…

Funding explores clean energy through waste gas

Funding explores clean energy through waste gas

ONE of Australia’s largest ASX-listed clean energy companies has received a $75 million loan from Clean Energy Finance Corporation (CEFC), for investment in new projects designed to generate electricity from…

Gulf of Mexico well catches fire after blowout

Gulf of Mexico well catches fire after blowout

A fire broke out on a shallow water drilling rig in the Gulf of Mexico last month after a natural gas well ruptured. The rig, owned by Houston-based Hercules Offshore…

Key deal increases stakes in Canning Basin leases

Key deal increases stakes in Canning Basin leases

A new sales agreement has Key Petroleum poised to acquire interest in two leases from Emerald Oil & Gas: a 24.98 per cent interest in Exploration Permit 104 (EP104) and…

Concerns rising for Channel Country rivers

Concerns rising for Channel Country rivers

THE Queensland Government has ruled out open cut mining and capped water extraction in the Channel Country of western Queensland, as it pushes ahead plans to overturn the Wild Rivers…

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