The American oil company leading a major offshore gas exploration programme should be in Dunedin this week to give selective briefings about its progress.
The latest public opinion poll shows that the Labour Opposition and the Greens may have to do some re-thinking about policy issues.
Simon Bridges used a just-completed northern hemisphere tour to promote New Zealand’s zeal for more petrodollars.
A community panel, taking in opponents to petroleum exploration, is to be set up in the Otago region by one of the companies now exploring the region.
Volcanologists from a South Island university believe they have unearthed some new information that may be helpful with future volcanic eruptions in NZ.
A leading infrastructure company and energy investor has earmarked more capital investments for the Australian market.
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Geothermal waters can be ideal for bathing pools but an Australian ethnic media house says New Zealand scientists now believe they can generate electricity from some particularly hot lakes.
An energy company has sounded off about the negative impact of the opposition plan to create a Government-managed power marketing entity and also revealed that an international headhunter is helping to find a successor to the company’s soon-to-retire chief executive.
Columnist Dene Mackenzie caught up with NZOG chief executive Andrew Knight on a recent visit to Dunedin to talk about the next steps in the process in trying to find hydrocarbons off Otago.
The game of follow the leader is being played out by another port operating on the South Island.