Woodside opts to base massive Western Australia “clean” hydrogen plans on gas, using offsets and CCS technologies to market it as net-zero emissions.
Emissions, logistics and pure economics all pose strong arguments against Santos’ Barossa gas project in the Timor Sea. And CCS won’t help.
A new UN backed report finds Australia’s plans to expand fossil fuel production are massively out of step with global climate commitments.
Australia is hitching its future to a “gas-led recovery”, but new report says gas plants are not viable because renewables and storage are cheaper, and cleaner.
Australian exports of renewable hydrogen, ammonia and green materials could surpass the current value of coal and gas exports, and create more jobs.
New survey shows 8 in 10 Australians support the phase-out of coal power, and vast majority say economic recovery should be powered by renewables, not gas.
The Kurri Kurri gas generator makes no sense: It has only six hours storage and can’t compete against faster, cheaper, cleaner batteries.
The Business Council and the Murdoch media come out in support of the green transition, but they can’t sway the ideological monster they created.
The Morrison government’s push for more fracking in the Beetaloo Basin could leave the NT government with a staggering $22 billion carbon offset bill.
Australia may be banking on a “gas-led recovery”, but most other major economies are looking the other way.