Oil and gas giant has flagged a study into the production of green hydrogen and other renewable fuels at its decommissioned Kwinana oil refinery site.
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Bluescope Steel has also laid out plans to become a net-zero greenhouse gas emitter across its global operations by 2050.
Former Woodside chief executive Peter Coleman has traded oil and gas for the emerging green hydrogen industry in his new role as chairman of Infinite Blue Energy.
The first Aussie company to mandate the Covid-19 jab also has big ambitions in trying to stop increases in global warming.
WA mining billionaire Andrew Forrest has brought his clean energy ambitions a little closer to home with a deal to investigate development of a large-scale green hydrogen plant in New Zealand.
Troubled miner Griffin Coal has suspended operations at Collie by invoking a force majeure, blaming wet weather conditions.
Small nuclear reactors and green steel are among solutions proposed in the partnership signed by Energy Minister Angus Taylor and his UK counterpart.
NRW says it is eyeing new opportunities in the renewables energy sector after securing a $60 million contract to build an integrated solar power project on a Pilbara mine site.
A draft energy plan released by Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will target LNG, sparking division over the potential hit to Australia’s biggest LNG producers.
Wind and solar supplied nearly one third of all electricity used across Perth and the South West during the last 12 months.
Woodside has partnered with a group of government-owned and private Japanese businesses to develop a clean fuel ammonia supply chain between the two nations.
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Australian Energy Market Operator chief executive Daniel Westerman has told business leaders he will get a safely decarbonised system up and running.
The world’s biggest renewable energy hub — capable of nearly doubling the entire country’s generation capacity — is being planned for the southern coast of WA.
Rio Tinto has struck a partnership with South Korean steel giant POSCO to explore and develop a range of technologies to decarbonise the steel value chain.
The billionaire’s Fortescue Future Industries has inked an agreement with the State of Ceará in Brazil to assess the opportunity to develop large-scale hydrogen-based green industrial projects.
The solar industry has spent decades slashing the cost of generating electricity direct from the sun. Now it’s focusing on making panels even more powerful.
Fortescue Metals Group says it has met a self-imposed target to achieve a range of milestones as part of its green energy initiatives, including the production of high-purity green iron.
WA iron ore magnate Andrew Forrest has reportedly tipped $US50 million ($66m) into a Bill Gates-led venture capital fund that will bankroll emerging carbon-cutting technologies around the world.
A report commissioned by the Future Batteries Industries has found Australia could nearly double its economic benefit if it pushes further down the battery supply chain.
The Federal Government blindsided the McGowan Government with its decision to knock back the Asian Renewable Energy Hub, one of the world’s largest renewable hydrogen projects.
Speaking at APPEA’s conference, Santos CEO Kevin Gallagher says the oil and gas industry has no choice but to embrace decarbonisation and bend to escalating investor and community pressure.
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