Determining a suitable site for Australia’s low and intermediate level radioactive waste is an issue of national significance to which the Government and the Opposition remain committed.
The Hon Josh Frydenberg MP was sworn in as Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia on 21 September 2015.
The recently released results for the first year of the Government’s $100 million Exploration Development Incentive (EDI) highlight its broad use in new exploration.
The Government welcomes the release of the South Australian Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission Tentative Findings Report.
Minister Frydenberg will travel to the United States on 21 February to lead a delegation of senior Australian business and academic representatives participating in Australia-United States Business Week
The Government has acted quickly to resolve an administrative oversight relating to several offshore petroleum title renewal and extension decisions.
Today I congratulate Jemena on the completion of its $150 million expansion of the Eastern Gas Pipeline (EGP).
The Gas Market Report 2015, released today by the Chief Economist of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science, highlights that the long term outlook is positive for Australia’s gas exports, with Australia to benefit from the growing demand of emerging economies in the Asian region.
Today I visited BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam operations in South Australia to see first-hand its innovative approach to beating lower commodity prices.
Today the 120 day initial community consultation period for the establishment of a permanent National Radioactive Waste Management Facility closed.
Today I am delighted to join the Gorgon LNG Project team on Barrow Island, Western Australia, for the project’s first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG).