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Electric car charging on the horizon

Electric car charging on the horizon

August 11, 2015 By Courtney Pearson AUSTRALIA’S first solar-powered fuel station allowing drivers can fast-charge their electric cars could be unveiled in Townsville, Queensland. The Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) and…

Santos slashes spending

Santos slashes spending

August 11, 2015 By Courtney Pearson IN line with poorer market conditions, Santos has cut its spending by 65 per cent compared with the corresponding quarter last year. Santos slashed…

Unconventional unlikely at South West site

Unconventional unlikely at South West site

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown CHINESE-owned company Unconventional Resources is the preferred applicant for a shale gas and oil exploration permit in WA’s South West. Despite the company’s name…

Solar project powers on

Solar project powers on

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown RATCH Australia will proceed with a $100 million solar farm in Collinsville, Queensland after an agreement was reached on the revised Renewable Energy Target…

QLD takes action on gas

QLD takes action on gas

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown QUEENSLAND is set to benefit from a new plan designed to maximise exploration and development, and lower gas costs. Due for completion next year,…

AGL leading the way

AGL leading the way

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown LARGE scale renewable energy projects are fast increasing in popularity as companies look at ways to harness Australia’s clean energy resources to produce more…

Oil and gas thriving in NZ

Oil and gas thriving in NZ

August 11, 2015 By Emma Brown NEW Zealand has a long history of oil and gas exploration dating back to 1886.  Recently, the country has redefined the scale of the…

Tasmanian ports play big part in oil and gas industry

Tasmanian ports play big part in oil and gas industry

August 8, 2015 By Emma Brown TASMANIA is home to more than 40 enterprises involved in the oil and gas, offshore and sub-sea industries. These numbers are likely to grow…