The Climate Council’s latest manifesto is a recipe for higher power prices and more blackouts. It ignores real-life issues in favour of a dim ideological determination to shut down the use of fossil fuels. At a time when South Australia’s power grid has the least reliability in the nation, the Climate Council wants the Federal…
Queensland natural gas producers continue to show their willingness to make major investments to increase supply for the tight East Coast gas market.
Historically, state governments are upbeat if they sense a potential development project that could employ people and lower prices for a widely used commodity – especially if private enterprise is willing to take the risk and pay for that development.
More anti-gas health claims have emerged this summer – but for those watching the industry over the past five years, they have a very familiar ring. The latest claims are published in the International Journal of Environmental Studies.
‘Gas prices, supply on the mend: watchdog.’ That was the heading in The Age this week, as the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission provided insight into the state of play in the East Coast gas market.
There has been a flurry of activity on social media this week trying to accuse gas pipeline survey workers of trespass and suggesting police were considering arresting them.
Fans of economic mumbo jumbo have had a field day this week as anti-gas activists do their best to decry new sources of supply.
As a divide emerges between the major parties in Victoria, the anti-gas rhetoric is starting to sound more and more shrill.