North Australia Digest – 11/12/2012

The Australian Australia’s push to become the world’s leading exporter of liquefied natural gas threatens to lead to higher prices and a shortage of supplies locally. Demand from proposed projects may exceed […]

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North Australia Digest – 10/12/2012

The Australian Australian gas producers may have to settle for lower export prices due to the worldwide expansion of the gas production industry. Analysts have warned that some of Australia’s more costly […]

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North Australia Digest – 7/12/2012

The Australian More bad news could be on the cards for Chevron’s Gorgon gas project. The company yesterday announced that costs at the massive liquefied natural gas venture in north Western Australia […]

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North Australia Digest – 6/12/2012

The Australian The mining boom continues to drive a wedge between the economic performance of the states, but the disparity is collapsing as the mining boom slows. Western Australia remained the engine […]

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North Australia Digest – 5/12/2012

The Australian Lang Hancock’s vision of linking the coalfields in the east with mines in the west via rail has taken a step toward reality with a feasibility study being conducted by […]

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North Australia Digest – 4/12/2012

The Australian Indigenous lives have improved as a result of mining agreements in the Pilbara according to the Chair of Australian Indigenous studies at Melbourne University, Marcia Langton. Speaking to the annual […]

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North Australia Digest – 3/12/2012

The Australian  Environment groups have formed a “council of war” to combat business and state government moves to cut green-tape. The Business Council of Australia has led the charge for cutting green-tape […]

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North Australia Digest – 30/11/2012

The Australian  BHP Billiton chairman Jac Nasser has told shareholders that global economic problems will take time to be resolved and warned China’s growth was slowing. Speaking at BHP’s annual meeting, Mr […]

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North Australia Digest – 29/11/2012

The Australian Australia’s rising costs in coal production, driven by the carbon and mining taxes and state royalty hikes have been a major boost for coal producers in the United States, according […]

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North Australia Project – 28/11/2012

The Australian Attorney-General Nicola Roxon has axed funding for a scheme that provides legal representation for Native Title claims to pastoralists. The plan has attracted the ire of groups including the NT […]

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