Tag: QUEENSLAND

Greens candidate Kirsten Lovejoy

Questions loom over independence of environmental regulators

A national industry body that represents the mining industry has urged the Queensland Government workers to stop affiliating themselves

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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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Auto Industry Gives Electric Vehicle Report Green Light

Queensland’s automotive industry has supported the Senate Select Committee’s latest Report on Electric Vehicles (EVs). The Motor Trades Association

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$1.4B NQ metal project reaches final stage of approval

A gold and base metals mining company has progressed to the final stage of approval for its $1.4 billion

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Industry group urges Palaszczuki to get behind $22B coal mine in Central Queensland

A national resource and energy industry employer group is pleading with State Government to support an Asia-backed $22 billion

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Australia on track to reach 78% renewables grid by 2030

A new report states that Australia is on track to reach 78% renewables grid by 2030, up from the

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Tenders open for an 18sqkm in Surat Basin gasfields

In an Australian first, explorers will soon be on the hunt for Queensland gas to exclusively supply to local

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Expressions of Interest in Bowen Gas Project Closing Soon

South-west continues to draw gas investment

More gas development looms for the south-west, with Armour Energy and a Shell/Santos joint venture winning rights to explore

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New jobs created at former Wilkie Creek coal mine

  WATCH THE VIDEO HERE – Rehabilitation aerials & intv w/ Peabody Australia President George Schuller, QRC Chief Executive Ian

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Queensland’s coal exports the star performer

Queensland’s coal exports have been the star performer for the state’s exports over the last two years, taking the

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