More oil and gas wells risk becoming orphaned given the long-term downward trend in the industry.
COVID-19 pandemic has seen the Morrison government abandon long-held dogma on debt and deficits. But on climate and energy, it's singing from the same old songbook.
You might think the more oxygen you breathe in the better. But too much oxygen can make you sick.
Politics with Michelle Grattan: Angus Taylor
Michelle Grattan discusses the government's recently announced energy policy with Minister for Energy Angus Taylor
Under a rapidly changing climate, it's not just about keeping the lights on. We not only want energy, but we want to breathe clean air, have enough food and live in a sustainable community.
With France on manoeuvres and Germany struggling to play peacemaker, Turkish-Greek relations are close to 1974 lows.
We believe the Narrabri Gas Project is unsustainable, unviable and not in the public interest.
A mix of wind, solar photovoltaics, and some natural gas would be more cost-effective than Inga 3 for South Africa and the DRC.
If you thought these sites were consumer champions, you're in for a rude awakening.
The federal government has shown during the pandemic that it is prepared to impose great financial burdens for the sake of our health. We need them to do the same for another crisis: climate change.
Every few years, the idea of using gas to transition to a zero-emissions economy seems to re-emerge. Woodside's Burrup Hub proposal shows why it's still a bad move.
As we face mounting job losses, taxpayers have a right to anticipate that the government's investments will be strategically sound.
The Niger Delta oil conflict requires broad consultation and effective dialogue between communities, oil companies and the Nigerian government.
The benefits of gas-fired power are badly overstated, and will take Australia further in the wrong direction on climate change.
Fracking in Pennsylvania has led to disadvantages in state school districts.
Carbon emissions will hit a record high for the second year in a row, but there is a small silver lining: the rate of emissions growth has slowed dramatically.
Coal and gas have been proposed as a way to make 'clean' hydrogen. But that road is full of challenges.
If Australia is the biggest gas exporter in the world, why are we shipping it back in? Because the gas market is dysfunctional - and it means consumers are suffering.
Oh! Excuse me! Please pardon my sphincter, esophagus and throat.
Australia is one of the sunniest and windiest countries on the planet, but emissions are still rising. How do you justify that?