Morrison government policies are working to grow Australia’s dependence on transport fuels, rather than improving energy security.
Analysis shows publicly-listed fossil fuel companies ranked amongst the ASX worst performers for the last decade.
Taylor allows refiners to convert excess jet fuel into diesel for vehicles as part of a broader oil industry package that once again ignores electric vehicles.
Oil price crisis and its impact on US shale oil production is revealing where China and the US stand with their very different energy strategies.
The Morrison government is ignoring its own advice when it pours money into offshore oil reserves, rather than building the foundations of a green economy.
Angus Taylor announces plans to loosen Australia’s already lax fuel standards in bid to help out oil industry hit by tumbling prices.
Angus Taylor tells meeting of global energy ministers that Australia will buy more oil to help arrest price falls, but there is no mention of clean energy alternatives.
IEA says global oil demand is expected to decline in 2020 for the first time since 2009, as the impact of the coronavirus continues to spread around the world.
Electrifying the transport sector is the best way to boost Australia’s energy security – think policies to increase EV uptake, not sourcing oil from the other side of the Pacific.
The Equinor project has died in the Bight; so let’s have a post mortem now, rather than exhuming the corpse when its waters are threatened once more.