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Victoria, NSW and South Australia could experience gas shortages on peak demand days from 2023.

March 25, 2020 March 25, 2020

Mining & Energy

Mining boss dumps stock for tax

Perthnow: enex100 promotion. Melissa Burych, Jules and Alesha Pemberton.

NRW Holdings CEO Jules Pemberton sells $5m worth of stock to ‘fund personal tax liabilities’ as share price tanks.

March 25, 2020

Mining & Energy

Mining, gas industries may get ban exemptions

Carmichael coal mine in Queensland.

The national cabinet will consider measures that allow the key sectors to work through the COVID-19 crisis.

March 25, 2020

Mining & Energy

Viva hit by jet fuel demand drop

Plane lands at an airfield on the background of sunset

Viva Energy predicts an 80-90 per cent slide in demand for jet fuel as the coronavirus pandemic forces airlines to cut capacity.

March 24, 2020 March 24, 2020

Mining & Energy

Energy giants swing axe on jobs

This undated Woodside Energy Ltd handout photo released on 17/08/2011 shows Woodside's North Rankin A platform, North West Shelf Project, off the coast of Western Australia. Australian energy giant Woodside Petroleum reported an 8.1 percent fall in half-year net profit to 828 million USD on August 17, 2011 despite a surge in revenues due to bullish oil and gas prices.

Woodside Petroleum has cut up to 500 jobs at its WA gas plants in the latest sign of strife for Australia’s energy industry

March 24, 2020

Business

Santos delays $8bn gas project

Santos

Santos has delayed development of its $US4.7bn ($8bn) Barossa gas project and slashed spending for 2020.

March 23, 2020 March 23, 2020

Mining & Energy

Freedom falls victim to oil’s slide

An oil tanker truck passes through farmland on the Bakken Shale Formation, near Williston, North Dakota, on September 6, 2016. Only a few years ago workers from across the US flooded into this once booming oil town with the expectation of easily finding well-paid work, but those days are gone in Williston - the epicenter of the US oil boom (and subsequent bust) and a town of 27,000 people that's doubled in size in the last six years. / AFP PHOTO / Robyn BECK

Crashing oil prices and virus turmoil sparked Australia’s first corporate collapse with Freedom Oil and Gas striking trouble.

March 23, 2020

Mining & Energy

Oil group collapses amid price plunge

BHP Billiton petroleum chief executive Mike Yeager. Pic supplied

Crashing oil prices and coronavirus market turmoil has sparked Australia’s first corporate collapse in the energy sector.

March 23, 2020

Mining & Energy

Santos slashes spending

QENOS GAS

Santos cuts 2020 spending by 38pc and delays decision on its Barossa project amid virus volatility and plunging oil prices.

March 23, 2020

Mining & Energy

Lithium plant plan postponed

Tianqi

Chinese lithium producer Tianqi has delayed commissioning the first phase of its flagship WA processing plant due to the pandemic.

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