Views on the viability of the Carmichael coal mine are beginning to sour.

Japan is pushing to become the world’s first hydrogen-fuelled nation, and Australian companies are eager to help.

The Federal Government will impose export restrictions to secure domestic gas supplies.

The Turnbull Government could unveil up to $50 billion worth of infrastructure spending in May's budget.

The CSIRO says an active transition to a zero-carbon electricity system will need financial incentives.

Unions are preparing for Amazon’s foray into Australia.

South Australia is lining up to become a leader in hydrogen fuel production.

The ACCC is investigating confidential gas contracts and the documents behind them.

The ATO is chasing what could be Australia’s largest ever tax bill, from oil and gas giant Chevron.

An international consortium is looking at setting up a high-tech battery factory in regional Australia.

Volkswagen has been ordered to pay a $US2.8 billion criminal penalty for cheating emissions tests.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Tasmania could become the “battery of Australia”.

The Federal Government is looking at ways to link Australia's gas networks.

The Tasmanian Government has launched a new plan to create mentally healthy workplaces.

The Northern Territory Government is trying to keep a stake in Darwin's Port.

The 457 category has been abolished and replaced with two new and more stringent visas.

Australia’s unemployment rate has remained steady at 5.9 per cent, with the creation of 74,500 full time jobs.

The residents of Bruny Island are looking at what could be a solution to the nation’s energy issues.

Thirty-one companies have registered their interest in building South Australia’s new $260 million gas-fired power station.

Experts say increased CSG extraction could result in more methane emissions in QLD’s Condamine River.

A new start-up accelerator has started funding exciting renewable energy projects.

Archived News

RSS More »