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Whatever your position on renewable energy for our domestic needs might be, trying to scuttle our second biggest export earner is reckless economics and irresponsible politics.
by Ross Elliott - 20/11/2017 - 8 comments
Apart from geological constraints, other factors that could affect Permian growth are increasing service costs and potentially persistently low oil prices.
by Tsvetana Paraskova - 16/11/2017 - 2 comments
While governments stress the subsidy blade of the scissors, the fossil fuel penalty blade is powerful at cutting fossil fuel energy supply too.
by Geoff Carmody - 13/11/2017 - 18 comments
The actual and opportunity cost runs into many hundreds of millions of dollars in lost or delayed investment. And that means a lot of employment opportunities for our fellow Australians.
by David Leyonhjelm - 13/11/2017 - 3 comments
What do Albert Einstein, Salvador Dali, Google co-founder Sergey Brin and Freddie Mercury have in common? They were refugees.
How efficient are different types of batteries/energy sources? A key metric is 'energy density'.
by Geoff Carmody - 9/11/2017 - 11 comments
Prominent businessman and philanthropist Dick Smith recently released a booklet designed to tell the full story on housing.
by Rex Drabik - 18/10/2017 - 10 comments
When it comes to banking and superannuation, competitive neutrality should include government competition against the private sector.
by Nicholas Gruen - 17/10/2017 - 8 comments
There are clear signs of a nuclear slow-down in China, the only country with a large nuclear new-build program.
by Jim Green - 16/10/2017 - 21 comments
Around the world, finance is a major policy problem driven ultimately by the ease with which insiders can advantage themselves (sometimes illegally, but mostly legally) against outsiders.
by Nicholas Gruen - 13/10/2017 - 5 comments
One would think that perhaps we would keep an open mind regarding alternatives; instead of buying the tired old argument that anything else must either lead to totalitarianism, or be incurably utopian.
by Sam Ben-Meir - 12/10/2017 - 32 comments
Energy prices aren’t high because of 'wishful thinking' and 'green religion' - they’re high because of too little thinking and the wrong kind of religion.
by Huon Hoogesteger - 10/10/2017 - 34 comments

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