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Investment, jobs flow in Qld resources sector

The Palaszczuk Government has welcomed today’s fresh multi-million dollar round of investment and jobs in Queensland’s energy resources with developments in two major projects. Japan’s JFE Steel’s...

Burdekin Falls Dam hydro-electricity to power North Qld

The Palaszczuk Government will invest to develop a business case for a hydro-electric power station on the State’s largest dam – Burdekin Falls Dam – to secure energy and support jobs for North...

Canberra should invest in gas pipeline

The Turnbull Government must commit to a gas pipeline in Queensland as part of a long-term package to tackle the looming east coast gas shortage. Natural Resources Minister Dr Anthony Lynham said...

PM meeting with gas bosses

Gas bosses sacrifice profit for domestic consumption

In the midst of a potential gas supply crisis, the nation’s gas industry leaders have listened to the Prime Minister’s plea for cheaper and more reliable gas supplies for domestic use...

Senex Energy Silverstar

$15m gas exploration announced in Cooper Basin

An Australian oil and gas producer will soon start a $15 million gas exploration operation in South Australia’s Cooper Basin. Senex Energy will begin drilling its Silver Star-1 gas exploration...

460 workers cut from Darwin LNG project

At least 460 workers at Ichthys LNG Project in Darwin have been axed, construction contractor JKC has confirmed. JKC confirmed workers would be cut at the Ichthys Project Onshore LNG...

Seafarers made redundant due to oil and gas downturn

Farstad Shipping (Indian Pacific) has announced the redundancy of about 100 seafaring positions. The news comes just a week after the company announced a reduction in Farstad’s Australian...

Construction of new LNG terminal underway

Construction of a new marine operations terminal is underway in Gladstone. Treasurer Curtis Pitt investment by both GLNG and QCLNG of more than $17 million is a positive opportunity for the Gladstone...

$80m gas pipeline project to create jobs

A new $80 million gas pipeline project in southern Queensland would create 170 jobs. State Development Minister Anthony Lynham welcomed the announcement by APA, Australia’s largest natural gas...