A look at the numbers shows that in eastern Australia, gas demand is going nowhere – for a whole bunch of reasons, including costs, climate and competition.
Victoria government would be better advised to encourage plastic industry to recycle waste rather than handing out more subsidies foraging for fossil fuels.
AEMO is warning of a potential gas shortage, but is basing that call on information from the industry – which wants to drill, frack and extract.
The gas industry needs a new social licence strategy. It’s come up with “blue hydrogen”.
AEMO should publish an updated 100%-renewable energy plan. A lot has changed since it last tackled the issue, with little enthusiasm, in 2013.
Will the public-relations power of renewable hydrogen be harnessed by fossil-fuel interests only to maintain business-as-usual?
Gas demand is falling as consumers turn away from expensive gas and find cheaper and cleaner renewable options in their homes and businesses.
Gas users are concerned legislation to ban unconventional onshore gas development will cause gas prices to continue rising, but how big a role does gas play in Victoria?
You might have missed it, but last month something unusual happened in Australia’s eastern gas market.
Gas bill got you feeling grey? A reverse cycle air conditioner could save you money.