What Is Offshore Drilling and How Does It Affect Australia’s Environment?

October 14, 2021|Categories: Global Warming, Natural gas, Offshore Drilling|

Seventy per cent of the world’s oil and natural gas comes from onshore sites. Offshore drilling is the source of the remaining 30 per cent. [...]

What Steps Can We Take to Increase Carbon Reduction in Our Atmosphere?

October 11, 2021|Categories: Carbon Neutral, Greenhouse gases|

There are two ways to increase carbon reduction in the atmosphere. The first is to reduce emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2). The second is to [...]

Why Natural Gas Prices in Australia Are Unsustainable

April 21, 2021|Categories: Natural gas prices|

Natural gas prices in Australia do not make much sense. Australia is the world’s largest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Yet, domestic gas prices have risen by more than 130 per cent since LNG exports at Gladstone, Queensland began in 2015 [...]

Australia’s Natural Gas Prices in 2021: Trends, History and Future

April 21, 2021|Categories: Natural gas prices|

Australia’s natural gas prices 2021 reflect an industry that is out-of-date and in decline. Queensland’s natural gas consumers are currently paying 51 per cent above the equivalent export prices. Natural gas production sets the price for electricity in Australia. Therefore, every electricity consumer is overpaying on [...]

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