Mining giant BHP or “Broken Hill Proprietary” says smoke and dust from the Australian bushfires are hampering coal production. The
The global maritime coal trade grew 0.7 per cent last year, helped by increased output in China and Indonesia, according
German engineering giant Siemens is under fire for supplying technical equipment for a gigantic new Australian coal mine in Queensland.
The brushfires currently ravaging Australia have cast a harsh light on the climate-sceptic and vocally pro-fossil fuel policies of successive
A United Nations study says major fossil-fuel producing countries plan to extract more coal, oil and gas than can be
A chilled Australian “water battery” is using surplus solar power generated from 6,000 photovoltaic panels (pictured) at the University of
China, the world’s largest coal importer, is set to boost imports of the filthy fossil fuel by more than 10
Australia’s top research agency has announced a hydrogen breakthrough that could create an export industry targeting Asia and beyond. The
A former car factory in Melbourne will be transformed into a hydrogen fuel cell production centre to power vehicles adapted
The University of New South Wales in Sydney and H2Store have received funding to test a new hydrogen battery which
As most of the rest of Europe has rejected fracking, Britain’s right-wing government has turned down a controversial request from
An inexpensive solar power design has been launched in Australia by a physicist who says it could provide a low-cost
Greenpeace says Norway’s rebranded oil giant Equinor, formally Statoil, is requesting an extension on its Great Australian Bight drilling proposal.
From the United States to Argentina and Australia and now Bahrain, we hear a common refrain in 2018: shale is