Exporting solar power from Australia’s Northern Territory to Singapore via an undersea cable brings Australia closer realizing its renewables exporting potential.
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From South Africa’s ultra-deep shafts to the vast iron ore pits of Western Australia, the message from the world’s mines is overwhelming: Women are not safe.
Major energy producers have championed carbon capture and storage as a means to curb their emissions footprint.
In a corner of the Australian Outback, a drilling crew will soon try tapping shale rocks that could hold more than three times the world's annual consumption of natural gas. Origin Energy Ltd. plans to drill two wells later this year in the Northern Territory's ...