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Chevron shifting could be in billions

21 September 2015

The world's biggest trade union says US energy giant Chevron has been profit-shifting to drive down the tax it pays in Australia.

Mining firm floats benefits of wave power

14 September 2015

The WA port city of Bunbury will play host to the trial of an exciting new power source.

Tiny neighbours want tougher stance

09 September 2015

The nations of the Pacific islands are again raising their voices to prevent the destructive effects of climate change.

Seeking sulphur for exploration boost

08 September 2015

Researchers at Perth’s Centre for Exploration Targeting (CET) say sulphur could help find new mining deposits.

Experts look at FIFO diabetes link

08 September 2015

Fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers and their families are being targeted in a new study looking at the skyrocketing rates of diabetes in mining communities.

Phone calls show the weight of union heavies

07 September 2015

The trade union corruption inquiry has heard secretly-recorded phone calls that allegedly reveal thuggery and workplace manipulation in action.

Rio ups Asian borate tech presence

02 April 2013

Mining giant Rio tinto has announced the official launch of its Asia Technology Centre (ATC) in a bid to ‘serve the growing market for borates in Asia’.

Chevron secures Wheatstone supply deal

02 April 2013

Chevron has announced it has signed a major long-term Sales and Purchase Agreement (SPA) with Chubu Electric Power Company for the provision of 1 million tonnes per annum of liquefied natural gas (LNG).

METS sector booming finds report

02 April 2013

Australia’s ongoing resources boom has seen an explosion in the growth of the Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector, according to a new report released by the Minerals Council of Australia.

IMF urges energy subsidy reform

02 April 2013

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released a new paper urging world governments to reform their subsidy programs affecting products ranging from coal to gasoline.

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