Four executives paid six-figure salaries to drill into untapped industry

Four Northern Territory public service executives are being paid more than $200,000 a year to facilitate a planned gas industry that some experts doubt will ever stack up economically, particularly as terminals for importing gas from "wherever's cheapest" secure approval on the nation's east coast.

Controversial coal-gas tech, banned in Queensland, holds hope for SA town

A controversial underground coal gasification project could tender for an SA Government electricity supply contract formerly held by a renewable energy project.

Are Australia’s efforts to reduce emissions enough to meet our Paris target?

The Government insists Australia is on track to meet its Paris target by 2030, but the Government's own data tells a different story.

Kiwi scientists breed sheep to fart and burp less

A NZ agricultural research company has bred a line of sheep which produce 10 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions.

Kiwi scientists breed sheep to fart and burp less

A NZ agricultural research company has bred a line of sheep which produce 10 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions.

The battle for Beetaloo: The basin at the heart of the fracking debate

Love it or hate it, a decision on fracking in the Northern Territory appears imminent. So what do we know about the region experts believe will be ground-zero for onshore gas?