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China Removes Import Tariffs on Coal, Analysts Say the Move Likely Benefits Russia
The Russia-Ukraine war has brought significant constraints to the global energy supply as many countries have long depended on Russian exports of coal, oil, and gas. On April 26, China’s ...
May 6, 2022
Australian Wholesale Electricity Prices More Than Doubled Over the Year
Australian households and businesses are faced with another cost of living pressure, with wholesale electricity prices revealed to ...
April 29, 2022
Australian Coal Exports Forecasted to Break Records Amid Global Energy Scramble
Australian coal exports are expected to surpass a record $100 billion (US$76 billion) for the 2021-22 financial year, ...
April 5, 2022
Australian Coal Prices Jump Almost $100 in One Day as Countries Find Alternatives to Russian Coal
The price of Australian thermal coal has skyrocketed by US$99, or 33 percent, in one day as countries ...
March 3, 2022
China Aims To Alleviate Energy Crunch With New US Natural Gas Deals
Amid soaring gas prices and domestic power shortages, China has signed three large-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) deals ...
October 26, 2021
China Unloads Stranded Australian Coal to Address Energy Crisis
Shipments of Australian coal that have been stranded in Chinese ports for months have finally been unloaded as ...
October 7, 2021
Deputy Prime Minister Sympathetic to Federal Government Funding Mining Industry
Barnaby Joyce is sympathetic to Resources Minister Keith Pitt's call for the federal government to become a financier ...
October 6, 2021
Australia to Profit From Global Energy Crunch as Coal Prices Surge
Australia's resource and energy exports are expected to bring in a record $349 billion (US$253 billion) in 2021-22, ...
October 4, 2021
Tesla a Bigger Financial Risk to Banks Than Climate Change: Prominent Economist
Claims that climate change poses a "risk" to the coal industry are "ludicrous," according to a leading U.S. ...
September 7, 2021
Daniel Y. Teng
NSW Labor Backs ‘Proud Coal Miner’, Union Candidate in Upper Hunter By-Election
New South Wales (NSW) Labor has shifted away from its national counterpart's climate change agenda to support a ...
April 14, 2021
‘We Can’t Transition From Coal Overnight’: NSW Deputy Minister Fights Decision to Shutter Mine
John Barilaro, Deputy Premier of New South Wales (NSW) is exploring ways to overturn the Independent Planning Commission’s ...
February 16, 2021
Epoch Times Australia Staff
Australia’s Trade Surplus for Goods Has Dropped
Australia's trade surplus for goods has dropped to its lowest level in two years after China stopped buying ...
December 23, 2020
Mass Power Outages Reported in Major Cities of Southern China
Major cities in China’s southern Guangdong Province experienced sudden widespread blackouts on Dec. 21. The power outages lasted ...
December 22, 2020
China Faces Power Shortages Amid Bans on Australian Coal
The Chinese Communist Party's ban on Australian coal may be backfiring after reports from China indicate power shortages ...
December 20, 2020
$700 Million Worth of Australian Coal Held Up at Chinese Ports
Over $700 million worth of Australian coal exports have been anchored off the coast of China for months ...
November 25, 2020
Daniel Y. Teng
Communist China Tells State-Owned Power Plants to Avoid Australian Coal
There is government concern that Australian coal exporters could face another threat from the Chinese communist regime in ...
May 22, 2020
Australian Minister Spruiks the Country’s High-Quality Coal for India
Federal Resources Minister Matt Canavan wants Australia to target India as a key market for thermal coal exports ...
August 27, 2019
Australian PM Visits Ukraine, Pledges Further $100 Million Worth of Aid
Japan to Cap Russian Oil at Half Current Price: Kishida
Texas Man Arrested for Threatening to Use AK-47 Rifle Against Supreme Court After Roe V. Wade Reversal
Biden’s SEC Reacts Negatively to Bipartisan, Pro-Market ‘Responsible Financial Innovation Act’
32,000 Australians Told to Evacuate as Sydney Faces Fourth ‘Once in a 100 Year’ Flooding Event
Australia to Lift COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates for Overseas Travellers
Musk Breaks Silence on Twitter With Photo Alongside the Pope
DHS to Enforce ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Several More Weeks, Warn Migrants Not to Come: Mayorkas
Political Polarization Worsens in Corporate America: New Study
Supreme Court Security Chief Sparks War of Words Over Police Protection of Justices