Australia’s energy future: the real power is not where you’d think

Australia’s energy future: the real power is not where you’d think

Pro-Adani supporters as environment activists arrive by convoy in Clermont, Queensland. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images In Canberra, a month on from Scott Morrison’s election victory, there is talk of feasibility studies for a new Queensland coal plant, and a nascent nuclear debate. But if we shift our vantage point to Adelaide, Australia’s near-term energy […]

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Global Airlines Reroute to Avoid Iranian Airspace Near Strait of Hormuz

Global Hawk drone. Photo Credit: U.S. Air Force photo by Chris Okula The Federal Aviation Administration on Thursday night issued a NOTAM (notice-to-airman) prohibiting “all US carriers and commercial operators” from flying over the Persian Gulf, the Sea of Oman, and the Strait of Hormuz which separates them, near Iran’s shoreline, following Iran’s shooting down […]

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Navy issues EOI for shortlisting Strategic Partners for building six submarines worth Rs 45,000 crore

Indian Navy Sindhughosh class Submarine NEW DELHI: The Centre has taken a major step towards building advanced submarines for the Indian Navy. The defence ministry on Thursday issued an Expression of Interest to shortlist Indian strategic partners for the construction of six conventional submarines under Project 75 India (P-75I) worth about Rs 45,000 crore. This […]

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