Glenn Dyer November 10, 2017 3 Comments
A surge in demand for LNG in China is dragging gas prices upward, which spells trouble for the government's effort to keep a lid on domestic prices.
Charlie Lewis September 27, 2017 2 Comments
Short-sited goals, big egos and too much opining are hobbling Australia's energy goals, a recent meeting of experts has said.
Bernard Keane September 26, 2017 15 Comments
Gas companies should be careful - the Prime Minister really will use a gas reservation. He will, you know! Don't try him! And what does the competition regulator think of all this?
Bernard Keane September 13, 2017 3 Comments
Once feared by governments, mining multinationals are now discovering that the growing hostility to neoliberalism has left them exposed.
Bernard Keane April 27, 2017 21 Comments
Australia's gas companies have forced Malcolm Turnbull to impose export regulation on them. And all of us who backed liberalisation of energy markets have to accept we were wrong.
Bernard Keane March 9, 2017 28 Comments
The "crisis" in gas supply has been a long time coming and the Coalition's war on climate policy has made it worse.
Crikey October 12, 2016 2 Comments
Less than two months into the new NT Labor government, the controversial issue of fracking is threatening the party's newfound unity, writes Labor insider Ben Chiefly.
Paddy Manning December 3, 2014 4 Comments
No one disputes that there is a lot of shale gas in the Cooper Basin -- but with falling oil prices, it might not be worth the cost of bringing it to the surface.
Paddy Manning February 28, 2014 10 Comments
"Hoping to be able to meet overseas demands is not a strategy," the NSW Energy Minister says. The gas market is distorted and in desperate need of reform. Crikey concludes its special investigation.
Paddy Manning February 27, 2014 2 Comments
Santos and AGL hope to drill more gas wells in New South Wales, but as they have an eye on the export market, this is not going to be good news for the hip pockets of gas customers.