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Energy Networks Australia backs hydrogen development


The report by Australia’s Chief Scientist identifying hydrogen as a potentially major opportunity for the energy industry has been welcomed by Energy Networks Australia.

Federal Resources Minister Matthew Canavan has commanded a review of southeast offshore petroleum leases in order to progress the development of gas from stalled projects.

The National Energy Guarantee (NEG) is a step in the right direction, but more work is needed to fix the gas market and lower electricity costs, according to former Chairman and CEO of Dow Chemical Andrew Liveris.

A panel of energy, technology and policy leaders, including Australia’s Chief Scientist Dr Alan Finkel, have identified hydrogen as potentially the next major export opportunity for Australian energy industry.

Shell Chairman calls for policy certainty


Regardless of the outcome of the current push to decrease energy prices, major energy investors are desperate for policy stability, according to Shell Australia Chairman Zoe Yujnovich.

Scarborough gas up for grabs


BHP is in talks to give ownership of export gas from the Scarborough LNG project to its development partner Woodside Petroleum.

Australia must lift restrictions on gas development and adopt the National Energy Guarantee (NEG) in order to save the local industry, according to Dow Chemical.

Santos has begun operating a fourth rig in the Cooper Basin to further exploration for natural gas.

Two thirds of the Sole Gas Project have been completed in a big financial year for Cooper Energy.

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