Resources and Energy

CSG risks can be managed: chief scientist

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NSW Premier says long-awaited report a 'line in the sand' for industry.

Commodity prices fall 2.4% in September: RBA

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Average prices now 37 per cent below their peak three years ago.

Nido to consolidate shares in takeover push

Petroleum group to undertake a 1:20 share consolidation to encourage undecided investors.

PanAust halts work Phu Kham

Group suspends operations for 48 hours after security incident at Laos mine wounded employee.

Infratil lowers earnings guidance

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Infrastructure investor flags up to $NZ40m earnings hit on sale of Aust energy assets.

Bonuses for Newcrest chiefs

Gold miner's CEO Sandeep Biswas takes home bigger base salary than BHP, Rio Tinto counterparts.

Iron ore price remains in freefall

Commodity sees another five-year low as Rio Tinto opts to press ahead with new iron ore mine.

Glencore deal could boost Rio

NSW coal tie-up between Rio Tinto and Glencore could see $500m in annual savings, analysts say.

Crude oil rebounds from near-two year lows

Brent crude price boosted after weeks of falling prices.

BC Iron lifts IOH stake to 85.3%

Suitor edges closer to compulsory acquisition of shares in target iron ore junior.

Snowy Hydro eyes Delta Coastal

Power utility on the lookout for further deals after paying $605m for Lumo Energy.

Worker killed at BHP refinery

Miner confirms employee was fatally injured in incident at its Worsley Alumina refinery in WA.

BHP hints at Jansen push

Miner sends top project manager to run giant Jansen potash project in Canada.

Iron ore price hits new five-year low

Commodity sinks below $US78 a tonne, former Rio Tinto boss predicts continued weakness.

Fortescue slams research reports

Miner hits out at searing research reports from J Capital Research, complains to ASIC.

Brent crude falls as supply weighs

Escalation of Middle East conflict fails to turn softening prices.

Multiple arrests at Whitehaven protests

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Police confirm at least four of 170 protesters arrested and charged.

Sumitomo to suspend Isaac Plains mine

Falling coal prices hit JV with Vale, operations to cease in January.

Gas cooking means no reservations

Despite a short-term shock for local manufacturers reliant on gas, it's in their own long-term interests as well as the national interest, that resources be developed without domestic reservation quotas.

Inquiry probes $1m union training payment

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Engineering firm denies payment was to buy industrial peace on Darwin gas project.