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Mar 23, 2022 At Home

Expansion on horizon for family business

Originally published by Territory Q. Read the original article at www.territoryq.com.au/expansion-on-horizon-for-family-business  Max Nicholson grew up in his father’s hydraulics workshop and his first memories are as a three-year-old sweeping the floor and cleaning the …Read more
Mar 21, 2022 At Home

“Gas is everywhere”

When we next turn on our kitchen gas cooktops and they alight, perhaps we should all whisper a little thank you to people like Dean Johnson. If you live in South Australia, chances are …Read more
Mar 17, 2022 At Home

Drink Beer, Reduce Emissions?

Turning waste carbon dioxide (CO2) into beer bubbles? Finally; an emissions reduction plan we can all get behind. A cutting-edge new Air Liquide facility in Victoria will capture CO2 removed from natural gas and …Read more
Mar 08, 2022 In The Community

International Women’s Day 2022

Today is International Women’s Day (IWD). Every 8 March, people join together to recognise and celebrate women. For IWD 2022, this includes celebrating the thousands of women working in the natural gas industry. In …Read more
Feb 25, 2022 In The Community

Cultural burning to cut emissions

A whopping four per cent of Australia’s annual greenhouse gas is emitted by fires in Northern Australia’s tropical savanna. Covering a quarter of the Australian mainland, the tropical savanna is where most Australian fires …Read more
Feb 22, 2022 At Home

The Blue Economy: Quick Explainer

The Australian Blue Economy is worth $81.2 billion. That figure alone means it must be important. So, what is it? A hint: ‘Blue’ is a reference to the colour of the ocean. The World …Read more
Feb 18, 2022 Clean Energy Future

Sea Monster: Revealed

It is rare we bear witness to the unveiling of a new sea monster, but avast, for we welcome a world first; a 209,000 tonne, natural gas-breathing monolith. Built by wizards and piloted by …Read more
Feb 09, 2022 People & Industry

International Day of Women and Girls in Science

February 11 marks the United Nations’ International Day of Women and Girls in Science. A moment to recognise the contribution of women to science, celebrate achievements and ensure the utmost is being done to …Read more
Jan 20, 2022 At Home

H2 Let’s Go!

Western Australia has an opportunity to take an early lead in becoming a global hydrogen industry powerhouse, and a newly defined pathway to maximising the benefits from the state’s hydrogen potential will help to …Read more
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