Tag: GOVERNMENT

battery grants

Solar, battery grants trigger rush to renewable energy

Solar and battery installation grants are disappearing quickly in regional Queensland, triggering a new renewable energy wave. Pride Group confirmed the solar and

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Inquiry demanded into $300M BHP allegedly owes in taxes

Pressure is mounting for a multinational mining company to face an inquiry into allegations it has not paid millions

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Industry rejects proposed ban on coal mining in Central Queensland

A mining industry association and worker’s union has teamed-up to fight a political move to ban coal mining in

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Better mine rehabilitation for Queensland

 Palaszczuk Government implements next generation laws to ensure large mines across the state are properly rehabilitated #miningnews #qmeb #aprs

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PM meeting with gas bosses

Gas bosses sacrifice profit for domestic consumption

In the midst of a potential gas supply crisis, the nation’s gas industry leaders have listened to the Prime Minister’s

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DNRM mine shaft

Industry urged to seal shafts before it is a hazard

The industry is being encouraged to seal mine shafts before they become a potential hazard. The Queensland Department of Natural

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Anthony Lynham gas fuel

Tenders called for CSG Pilot Project in the Surat Basin

Energy producers will soon express interest in mining coal-seam gas (CSG) in Queensland’s Surat Basin, potentially creating hundreds of new jobs.

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Brendan Pearson - Minerals Council of Australia

Industry advises against killing off trade partnership

Australia should avoid prematurely killing-off a multinational trade partnership says one of the nation’s leading industry bodies for the exploration, mining

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Dump trucks

Mining production on the rise says data

Boom times could be just around the corner, following new research showing mining production is on the increase. According

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New partnership trials cutting-edge renewable energy technology

A Japanese leading manufacturer is teaming-up with a Queensland university to trial and develop new renewable energy technologies with the potential

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