Despite a government policy to make Australia a major weapons exporter, it has instead become the world’s second largest arms importer.

A large-scale compressed air energy storage project has secured millions in backing.

A Victorian court has heard Hazelwood Power Corporation should have foreseen a fire in an open-cut coal mine that burned for weeks.

The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced funding to power the world’s largest green ammonia plant powered by renewable hydrogen.

Some SA residents will soon be polled about their views on a nuclear waste dump.

The AEMC has looked at ways that Australia's energy grid could adapt to manage an influx of renewables.

The NSW Government has accused Mascot Towers residents of forcing its hand on remediation payments.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has boldly avoided a global climate summit, spending time with the McDonald’s burger menu instead.

Australian researchers have come up with a new, safe way to clean up oil spills using compounds equally useful as common household cleaning products.

There is a glaring and growing gap between global warming targets and reality.

Boeing Co will pay $US144,500 ($213,242) each to the families of 346 people killed in two 737 MAX crashes.

Barnaby Joyce is being hounded over alleged reports he produced during his role as special drought envoy.

Safe Work Australia has developed a guide on the safe use of prefabricated concrete elements in the construction industry.

The $5 billion Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has spent nothing in Queensland.

Reports say the Federal Government will soon introduce new quad bike safety laws.

The Victorian Government will apply a 2.75 per cent gold royalty from 2020.

Australia will spend $150 million to get involved in America's planned mission to the Moon and then Mars.

The drone strike on Saudi Arabia’s oil infrastructure has highlighted the fragile and interconnected relationship between crude oil supply and the global economy, experts say.

ExxonMobil has announced plans to sell its assets in the Gippsland Basin, off Victoria's south-east coast.

Experts are waiting to see whether fracking in WA will become economically viable.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has waved the government’s ‘big stick’ at the Liddell power plant.

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