The Green Party’s latest grand plan that belies economic rationality has drawn out comments from Government and a resources sector lobby group. It will be interesting to hear what Labour thinks.
The mighty Maui gas field which was the great gas provider for decades is still showing life and Shell is applying big dollars to extending its life.
Another tranche of new shares has been issued by Chatham Rock Phopshate for its war chest for developing the seabed phosphate deposits on Chatham Rise.
A mid-September target has been pencilled in for a semi-submersible rig to drill an exploration well on the Matuku target.
Newmont Waihi Gold is considering taking up an interest in licences covering part of the south and west of the Waihi township and this will depend on preliminary work now being undertaken.
New community grants from Meridian Energy includes funds for a predator-proof fence to better protect birdlife at Lake Benmore.
A new assessment of Chatham Rock Phosphate and its plans to mine seafloor phosphate rock on Chatham Rise has seen it given a positive re-rating.
Prime Minister John Key is known as a numbers cruncher and he doesn’t like the current bottom line for indebted State-owned coal miner Solid Energy.
The monthly report by Contact Energy for the month of April showed a draw-down on hydro storage but a greater availability of wind energy.
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|Monthly Operational Data For the month ended 30 April 2013 (Adobe PDF File — 242KB)|
The procedure to make Bathurst Resources Ltd having the NZX instead of the ASX as its domiciled base will also see a new company name.