Tuesday 19th Dec, 2017
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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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AEMO eases blackout concerns ahead of 17/18 summer

Almost 2,000 megawatts of additional resources to generate energy will be available during the peak demand months of the upcoming…
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The Whyalla steelworks is one of two operating steelworks in the country. Photo: Hema Maps / Jim Wilson

$700m deal plan to power Whyalla Steelworks

New Whyalla steelworks owner Sanjeev Gupta has directed a $700 million project to establish a 1GW of renewable energy generation…
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Your digital edition of the ABHR September/October Issue is here!

Australian Bulk Handling Review and Mohi Media are proud to release the September/October Issue of the magazine in its digital…
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Incitec says gas price puts 1500 jobs at stake

Chemical and fertiliser producer Incitec Pivot says the future of its Gibson Island plant – and the 1500 jobs it…
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Tony Abbott. Photo: Creative Commons / Nick-D

Abbott compares climate action to trying to ‘appease volcano gods’

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott has expressed his scepticism for climate change action, saying policies to tackle climate change could…
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