Thursday 22nd Feb, 2018
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SA farmers to get mining royalties under Labor plan

South Australia’s mining and energy minister says farmers who allow new mining operations on their land will be paid 10%…
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Lithium metal. Photo: Creative Commons / Dnn87

Lithium prices tipped to peak

The price of lithium will peak in 2018, as new supply comes online from Australian mines to meet the rapid…
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Alinta heralds ‘new era of energy competition’

Privately-owned electricity and gas retailer Alinta Energy says it will engage in a “new era of competition” in the east…
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Abbott leads charge against of Turnbull’s ‘carbon tax’

Former PM Tony Abbott is among a selection of conservative Coalition MPs speaking out against Malcolm Turnbull’s proposal to let…
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Adani protestors in Brisbane before the state election. Photo: Dan Macias

China backs off Adani

Indian energy giant Adani has suffered another blow, after a major Chinese bank ruled out funding its Carmichael mine, rail…
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Your digital edition of the ABHR November/December Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review is pleased to release its latest instalment for online readers in a digital, true-to-life, format. The…
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Queensland election the latest setback for Adani

Labor’s apparent victory in Queensland’s state election over the last weekend has been labelled a “death knell” for Indian energy…
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Wind power for Adelaide Brighton cement plants

Building material producer Adelaide Brighton has cut out the middle man, engaging directly with renewable energy generator Infigen Energy to…
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