Offshore regulator's public information play may save industry time in environmental planning.
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IN WHAT is sure to become a regulatory headache for energy companies, the environmental dark side of
A FUNNY thing is going on for those seeking to promote the benefits of unconventional drilling to the
WHILE natural gas is an important resource for Europe, continuing resistance against shale gas could
SOUTH Australia-based waste remediation company Ziltek is claiming a handheld device that detects hydrocarbon
US REGULATORS will test deepwater operators in the Gulf of Mexico with a three-week exercise to see if
AH, MALLEE roots. The much sought after fuel for the pot belly stove. Whack one of those in the burner
GREENPEACE has pledged to support Maori fisherman Elvis Teddy in fighting legal charges of operating
WATER management solutions company Metito is making its mark on Australia oil and gas sector, securing
WELL it kind of is. The system Ritter Group USA developed for a YMCA facility in North Carolina allows
CARNEGIE Wave Energy has won a contract with the Department of Defence to supply the Garden Island naval
THE Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority has recommended Woodside Petroleum's Browse
A BRISBANE company has developed a way of using downhole pressure sensors to monitor aquifers in coal
WAVE energy player Carnegie is in talks with Western Australia's water utility over plans for a 2 megawatt
AS EXPECTED, coal seam gas opponents are up in arms about the $3000 fine Santos received for the discharge