CEO of PACIA, Ms Samantha Read, delivered a keynote speech at the Australian Domestic Gas Conference 2015 yesterday.
CEO of the Plastics and Chemical Industry Association, Samantha Read, will argue the need for a better public appreciation of the importance of natural gas
Australian Tartaric Products grape waste-powered biomass reactor has saved the company over $2 million in power bills so far, according to the company.
ABB is helping commercial and industrial buildings optimise power consumption with the Emax 2 Ekip Power Controller, a load management software.
Everybody’s heard about high cost energy costs and high carbon emissions. Matt McDonald looks at one way to deal with these twin problems.
Federal industry minister Ian Macfarlane has said there was hope that the country could follow the US’s unconventional gas success.
Paul O’Malley, CEO of BlueScope Steel, has said that the need for steel has peaked in intensity in China.
Yesterday the federal government announced its proposed changes to the renewable Energy Target, which were welcomed by Alcoa’s Portland smelter.
A report from the Grattan Institute predicts liquefied natural gas exports will be worth $60 billion a year and big domestic gas price rises.
The Northern Territory will call for expressions of interest in an Alice Springs to Moomba gas pipeline, which could help alleviate gas shortages.
A gas pipeline from the NT and a trading hub in Moomba are needed to help repair Australia’s broken market, according to Manufacturing Australia.
The International Monetary Fund has noted a significant boost to the US manufacturing sector through the country’s shale gas boom.
The aluminium sector is to be exempted from the Renewable Energy Target, with the ALP acknowledging the industry’s contribution to regional employment.
A coalition led by the Australian Workers Union has launched its Reserve Our Gas campaign, pushing for an Australian gas reservation scheme.
The federal government has released its green paper on energy and has highlighted the need to increase gas supply.
Coogee Chemicals has taken an 8.9 per cent stake in explorer Buru Energy.
The Australian Workers Union’s new national secretary has announced plans to campaign for a reservation of 15 – 20 per cent of local gas.
The Productivity Commission has launched a research project on the efficiency of Australia’s gas market.
China’s manufacturing investment in the US is increasing sharply, with factors such as cheap energy and incentives cited as reasons.
Rising gas prices, if left unchecked, will have a devastating effect on Australian manufacturing. Measures must be taken to achieve both a growing LNG export industry and a diverse industry base.