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Custom components for clients across the globe

Custom components for clients across the globe

VICTORIAN based repetition engineering company Jodek manufactures a wide range of custom machined components to customers worldwide. The family-owned business has more than 25 years industry experience and uses the…

Hardy power products for tough conditions

Hardy power products for tough conditions

QUEENSLAND based company Powersafe Products has been servicing the mining and construction industries with its large range of power distribution and safety products that are “made tough for Australian conditions”.…

Civil Construction Equipment

Civil Construction Equipment

AUSTRALIAN-owned CKC Civil Construction Equipment has come a long way in the past 12 years. The Queensland based company started out with one product and one customer and today it…

Government backs Browse lease

Government backs Browse lease

WA Mines minister Bill Marmion will champion legislation to prevent Woodside losing its retention lease in the Browse Basin. The legislation will be taken to the WA Cabinet following a…

Testing begins on promising permit

Testing begins on promising permit

EASTERN states-focused Icon Energy has started testing in its ATP855 Cooper Basin permit, which was recently found to contain major potential gas reserves. An independent report discovered the permit could…

NSW gas ‘most pressing issue’: Macfarlane

NSW gas ‘most pressing issue’: Macfarlane

TIME is running out for NSW to deal with its looming gas supply crisis, Federal Industry minister Ian Macfarlane has warned. Despite having vast reserves of onshore gas, NSW is…

Oversupply to impact RET shake-up

Oversupply to impact RET shake-up

CHANGES to delivery of the Renewable Energy Target (RET) must recognise a massive oversupply in the country’s energy market, Federal Industry minister Ian Macfarlane said. The Federal Government is expected…

Oil dynasty shifts to renewables

Oil dynasty shifts to renewables

HISTORY’s biggest oil family, the Rockefellers, has announced they are moving away from fossil fuels in a significant show of support for renewable energy. The Rockefeller family heirs pledged to…

Power station to close early

Power station to close early

ONE of WA’s largest power plants, the Kwinana Power Station, will be shut down in April next year, six months ahead of schedule. State Energy minister Mike Nahan said the…

Individual carbon pricing beneficial

Individual carbon pricing beneficial

CARBON pricing not only reduces carbon emissions but has a number of domestic economic benefits, according to new research by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The working paper, How much…

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