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Even if users agreed to pay much higher electricity bills, SA could not be 100 per cent renewable

This opinion piece first appeared in the Advertiser on 18 June 2015.

WE ALL want to believe in something, and quite clearly the Conservation Council of South Australia believes in renewable energy.

New MCA study supports China Australia Free Trade Agreement

The China Australia Free Trade Agreement (ChAFTA), to be formally signed today in Canberra, is a watershed achievement in Australia’s relationship with China.

The Pilbara rivals the Snowy River as an engineering icon

This article originally appeared in the Australian Financial Review on 1 June 2015.

LET MARKETS DO THE TALKING ON THE PRICE OF IRON ORE

The ghost of Whitlam era Resources and Energy Minister, Rex Connor is being heard again in calls for various forms of intervention in plummeting iron ore markets. Suspicious of markets, admiring of cartels and supremely confident in his ability to shape market outcomes, Rex Connor regularly derided the ‘mugs and hill-billies’ in the major mining houses.

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