A recent piece published on The Conversation attacking the credibility of current and former public servants who work, or have worked, in the resources sector deserves a response.
Queensland Premier Anastasia Palacszuk declared this week that Australia’s East Coast needs to produce more gas – and then backed up her words with an announcement of expanded exploration opportunities.
Queensland natural gas producers continue to show their willingness to make major investments to increase supply for the tight East Coast gas market.
Multi-million-dollar protest group Lock The Gate has finally succumbed to pressure and apologised to Origin Energy for its “scandalous allegations” of conspiracy with the NT Government and independent inquiry into hydraulic fracturing.
The State election underway in South Australia is underlining the Government’s intention to continue to “lead the race” on renewable energy deployment. The question is – a race to what end?
Yesterday’s announcement of a $100 million natural gas supply deal between Santos and a new zinc mine is a big win for Queensland jobs, the environment and royalties to Government.
Australia needs more gas, and illogical blockers to its development should be removed. So says the world’s foremost energy authority, the International Energy Agency, in its latest report on Australia’s energy future.
Anti-gas activist group Lock The Gate has been forced into a humiliating apology over its “scandalous” attack on the Northern Territory Government and its independent Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing.