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Now's the time to shop around for gas deals - The West Australian


The West Australian

Now's the time to shop around for gas deals
The West Australian
And while most of WA's 740,000 gas customers have stayed put, forgoing tens of millions in potential savings, plenty are using their new-found power with retailers to negotiate cheaper prices. According to Australia's energy market operator, WA's gas ...

More jobs in renewables than in new coal or gas - Green Left Weekly


Green Left Weekly

More jobs in renewables than in new coal or gas
Green Left Weekly
In Queensland, jobs in coal, gas and other mining industries are projected to fall by 7400 by 2020. According to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the renewable energy industry in Queensland currently provides 2710 full-time equivalent ...

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Labor warns miners and gas explorers they will lose the trust of the ... - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Labor warns miners and gas explorers they will lose the trust of the ...
The Sydney Morning Herald
Labor will warn several of Australia's largest miners and gas explorers they could lose the trust of the Australian people and foreshadow a tax crackdown on ...

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South Australian oil and gas company Santos' leadership team gears for new takeover test - The Advertiser


The Advertiser

South Australian oil and gas company Santos' leadership team gears for new takeover test
The Advertiser
The South Australian oil and gas company was responding to reports it had received an all-cash takeover proposal worth $11 billion from a consortium led by Harbour Energy's Linda Cook, the former director of Royal Dutch Shell. The offer followed an ...
Santos reveals it rejected a $9.5bn takeover bid in AugustThe Australian
Santos rejects $9.5b US takeover approachABC Online
Australia's Santos shares soar after spurns $7.2 billion takeover approachReuters
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IEA predicts Australia will become world energy leader - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

IEA predicts Australia will become world energy leader
The Sydney Morning Herald
The International Energy Agency predicts Australia will have a growing role as a world energy leader as gas exports rise to meet the global transition from coal to gas-fired electricity generation. In its latest World Energy Outlook, the IEA's forecast ...
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