The lamps that once lit London’s streets have come to symbolize a certain time and place in British history.
Their analysis finds that the costs exceed the benefits by over $170 billion – but it includes four major errors in the calculations.
South Africa’s sunshine and coastlines are ideal for renewable energy generation but the country’s struggling to take advantage of this.
By embracing natural gas made from renewable sources, we can still use gas for heating, cooking and industry, while slashing greenhouse emissions and even keeping much of the same infrastructure.
Low level carbon monoxide poisoning leads to a wide range of nonspecific but significant symptoms – making it very difficult to detect.
A Labor government would introduce a permanent gas export control trigger that could be pulled when prices were too high, not just when a shortfall is forecast.
A Grattan Institute report has found renewable energy investment could offer a path to lower rates, but they won’t drop below 2015 prices.
Despite a breakthrough on boundaries in the Timor Sea, the crucial question of how the shared oil and gas are to be developed remains unresolved.
A small change in the method for valuing gas would increase revenue from the petroleum resource rent tax by US$15.5 billion to 2030, compared to the current US$5 billion to 2030.
More than 80% of UK households use gas to heat their homes so the industry has to handle huge swings in demand.
The prospect of gas wealth has been escalating old rivalries and disputes between Turkey, Cyprus, Lebanon, Israel, Egypt and Greece.
To realise Kenya’s oil, gas and mining potential, the sector needs more people with the right skills to support it.
The European Investment Bank’s funding of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline will harm the climate and makes little financial sense.
Its plan to stop lending money for oil and gas projects embraces the spirit of the Paris agreement at a time when the U.S. is going in a different direction.
There are many debates northerners should have about the future Arctic, but the development of oil and gas is not one of them.
The government’s handshake deal with gas suppliers may have stopped the market plunging off a cliff, but it’s not doing much more.
New modelling suggests that Australia could use renewable energy to hit its 2030 emissions reduction targets, without it costing any more overall than maintaining the status quo.
We can make up 70% of Australia’s projected gas shortfall simply by improving energy efficiency and sensible use of gas alternatives.
The National Energy Guarantee proposal seems geared towards locking in the status quo rather than driving the much-needed energy transition.
One way to cut your household bills could be to deal with just one company for all your utility needs. With today’s technology, it’s an idea that’s not so far fetched as it sounds.