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Coronavirus and the emperor's new clothes

23 March, 2020 by Glenn Johnson, Editor

Will the economic stimulus help manufacturing in a time of crisis?

India to stop thermal coal imports from 2024: mines minister

02 March, 2020

What does this mean for Adani's much-politicised presence in Australia?

New WHS Bill welcomed by CME in WA

29 November, 2019

The Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA has welcomed WA's new WHS Bill as a significant milestone for legislative reforms.

Industry cluster to help Australia be a global force in hydrogen

25 November, 2019

National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) has announced an industry-led hydrogen cluster, aimed at making Australia a global hydrogen leader.

NSW announces advanced manufacturing hub in Sydney's west

04 October, 2019

The NSW Government has announced the approval of a major industrial estate at Kemps Creek in Western Sydney, earmarked for advanced manufacturing.

Government announces 2019 offshore petroleum exploration releases

02 August, 2019

The Australian Government has announced the 2019 Offshore Petroleum Acreage Release, comprising 64 areas, the largest since 2000.

Ai Group praises AEMC for acting on call for reform

22 July, 2019

The Australian Industry Group has welcomed the AEMC's proposed changes to energy rules, rewarding industrial energy users for cutting peak demand.

Queensland opens more LNG leases for local supply

03 June, 2019

New joint venture approved to seek gas for supply to local Australian manufacturers.

Qld Government quietly creates CSG no-go zone near Chinchilla

27 May, 2019

CSG wells already in operation in a 10 km no-go zone around the site of one of the state's worst environmental contaminations.

Battery material prospecting popular in WA

24 May, 2019

Nearly a third of successful applicants in the latest round of state-funded exploration grants are hoping to discover battery materials.

Cameco receives uranium mine approval under challenging conditions

26 April, 2019

The approval of the Yeelirrie uranium project in Western Australia is not without controversy and may be impacted by an adverse market.

Victoria to trial automated vehicles on country roads

24 January, 2019

Automated vehicle technology will be tested in rural Victoria this year in the first on-road trial approved under a new permit scheme.

AMMA report calls for flexible regulation for future work

03 December, 2018

Australian Resources and Energy Group AMMA has released a report sparking a fresh debate on workplace regulation.

Queensland opens up domestic gas for manufacturing

23 November, 2018

The Queensland Government has opened up gas fields for exploration on the basis that the supply will be only for local manufacturing customers.

NERA launches environmental reference case website

28 May, 2018

The online portal aims to improve the environmental approvals process by reducing regulatory burden and increasing the flow of information.

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