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Oil Search sees second half surge after 'challenging year'

Oil Search sees second half surge after 'challenging year'

Oil Search CEO Peter Botten says the company has seen a fourth-quarter surge after it faced the most challenging year in its history.

  • by Cole Latimer

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Labor predicts next resource boom with $1 billion hydrogen pledge
Bill Shorten

Labor predicts next resource boom with $1 billion hydrogen pledge

The opposition's plan could create 16,000 jobs and shore up votes in marginal Queensland seats ahead of the election.

  • by Nicole Hasham
Energy companies fined for cutting power to people on life support
Electricity

Energy companies fined for cutting power to people on life support

The energy watchdog has slapped two electricity companies with fines of $40,000 each after they cut power to people on life support.

  • by Cole Latimer
'Grid's in good shape': experts optimistic on power summer supply
Electricity

'Grid's in good shape': experts optimistic on power summer supply

The energy market is much less spooked by the prospect of rising temperatures.

  • by Cole Latimer
'Not too late': Australians develop carbon model with DiCaprio's help
Energy

'Not too late': Australians develop carbon model with DiCaprio's help

Renewable energy can supplant fossil fuels across the global economy, with Australia among the three regions best-placed to benefit because of its rich solar and wind resources.

  • by Peter Hannam
Policy and politicians are failing our environment and our future
Opinion
Opinion

Policy and politicians are failing our environment and our future

Australia is a land of droughts and flooding rains, but the mess that is the Murray Darling Basin is a man-made ecological disaster.

  • by Ebony Bennett
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Canberra Now: ACT land sales warning; and insulation subsidies proposed
Energy

Canberra Now: ACT land sales warning; and insulation subsidies proposed

Plus a new Raider's winning ways; and indoor plant sales like you never knew them.

  • by Doug Dingwall
Insulation subsidies proposed under expanded energy scheme
ACT government

Insulation subsidies proposed under expanded energy scheme

But the widened program could be accompanied by bigger gas bills for ACT customers.

  • by Katie Burgess
Powered by poo: How this power station keeps the lights on
Electricity

Powered by poo: How this power station keeps the lights on

Is Australia’s largest power station ready for one of the most challenging summers on record?

  • by Cole Latimer
Immediate cut to 'outrageous' power bills from January 1 after political pressure
Angus Taylor

Immediate cut to 'outrageous' power bills from January 1 after political pressure

AGL, Origin and Energy Australia and other retailers are reducing their standing offers for longtime customers.

  • by Fergus Hunter
NSW largest solar farm gets government's green light

NSW largest solar farm gets government's green light

A solar farm which will be the largest in NSW and be big enough power a city of almost a million people is a step closer to reality after getting the green light from planning authorities. 

  • by Patrick Hatch