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Future Of LNG Discussed In Toowoomba

Future Of LNG Discussed In Toowoomba

With the price of LNG taking a nosedive in recent months, market analysts, Deloitte, will host an information evening in Toowoomba tonight to discuss what it will mean for the Surat Basin’s gas...

Barcaldine could soon be the home of a massive solar farm being planned by a a consortium of Spanish companies.

Massive Solar Farm Planned For Barcaldine

Barcaldine could soon be the home of a massive solar farm being planned by a a consortium of Spanish companies. According to the ABC, Spanish company, Kingsway Europe SL and partners Elecnor...

Santos Reports Full-Year $935 Million Loss

Santos Reports Full-Year $935 Million Loss

Santos has taken a spectacular financial hit reporting a full-year $935 million loss, in stark contrast to the company’s reported $516 million profit the year before. The company says it has...

Solar Electricity Farm Planned For Darling Downs

Solar Electricity Farm Planned For Darling Downs

Toowoomba Regional Council has approved the construction of a massive solar electricity farm on the Darling Downs. According to The Chronicle, Solar Choice plans to build the farm at Bulli Creek...

Upstream PS Secures Additional Agreement on APLNG

Upstream PS Secures Additional Agreement on APLNG

Upstream PS has secured an additional services agreement with Origin Energy on the Australia Pacific LNG Project (APLNG) in the Surat Basin of south west Queensland. The $5 million Maintenance...

Carmichael Coal Mine Faces Another Court Challenge

The proposed Carmichael coal mine project is again squarely in the sites of environmental activists, with the Mackay Conservation Group mounting a legal challenge against the project’s approval...

Coal Seam Gas Headed For a Bumper Year

Coal seam gas extraction is headed for a bumper year in 2015 with IBISWorld analysts predicting the sector will grow by an impressive 148 per cent this year. On the flip side, Petroleum is headed for...