News Flash 2012

News Flash 30 July 2012

Mining Weekly Sinking prices for commodities such as iron-ore and coal are sapping Australia's export earnings and putting at risk billions of dollars of mining investment, a major reason it has so far dodged the recessions of the rich world. Read more... Business Day  Refineries…
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News Flash June 20, 2012

New York Times Solar and wind energy are developing faster than predicted — indeed, faster than most people realize. Since the first conference, global carbon emissions have increased by some 50 percent — an outcome that those who were present 20 years ago would surely…
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News Flash 16 May 2012

Business Insider Future Coal Once a keystone in an age of growth and prosperity, coal is in search of a new role and identity. Despite offering a number of “clean coal” options, the future of coal doesn’t look like it used to only a few…
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News Flash 26 April 2012

News 24 In the past four years, drillers have pumped out billions of dollars worth of natural gas from the Marcellus Shale deep underground, revitalising a region once known mainly for poor farms and coal mining. Farmers earned sometimes tens of thousands of dollars letting…
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News Flash 26 March 2012

Business Report ‘Medupi power station an urgency’ A reliable electricity supply from the new Medupi coal-fired plant is an essential precondition for economic growth and job creation, the Democratic Alliance said on Saturday. “It is a matter of urgency that the Medupi power station comes…
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News Flash 28 February 2012

Mining Weekly Aquila widens loss as it ups spending on studies, exploration Diversified junior Aquila Resources has reported a 19% increase in its earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (Ebitda) for the six months ended December, driven by the performance if its Isaac Plains…
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News Flash 31 January 2012

Financial Times Shale gas fate trips up on politics and bubblenomics Just before the shale gas industry was blessed as good in the president’s State of the Union address last week, it admitted it was broke. http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/2c45984c-483d-11e1-a4e5-00144feabdc0.html#axzz1ksTKBGBk Financial Times IGas hints at north-west shale gas…
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