BDL Project Supply

          Over 25 years experience in sourcing from China for the Australasian Market for piping and steel materials for the refining, petrochemical, mining, residential and building construction industries. Specialisation in sourcing products to meet with Australian and International standards, with access to over a 1000 suppliers for materials in all grades …

Pinsent Masons

            Pinsent Masons is a full-service international law firm. We respond to the pressures and opportunities facing businesses globally with legal excellence and innovation. With office locations on four continents, wherever your commercial interests take you, we have the footprint and expertise to provide support. We recognise that giving a first class …

Energy and Resources Talking Points | 03/08/2018

In today’s talking points: Japan’s hydrogen future may be fuelled by Australian renewables; Resources continue to drive Australian exports; New Minerals Council boss vows technology-neutral energy policy; Australian trade surplus swells as China sucks up resources Japan’s hydrogen future may be fuelled by Australian renewables The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has said renewable energy could drive …

Energy and Resources Talking Points | 26/07/18

In today’s talking points: South Australia on track to meet 75% renewables target Liberals promised to scrap; China factories with onsite power plants to pay fees, help fund broader energy price cuts; Beijing bids to extend its global clean energy lead; Relief in sight as data shows power bills might have peaked  South Australia on track to meet …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 17/07/2018

In today’s Talking Points: Chinese energy companies get extra charge from B&R Initiative, Apple announces $300 million clean energy fund in China, Renewables will replace ageing coal plants at lowest cost, Aemo says, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission says people can cut power bills by 25% with stronger competition.   Chinese energy companies get extra charge from B&R Initiative …

Energy Council

The Energy Council is the leading platform for deal-flow and global connectivity in the energy sector.  Our membership includes those working in oil and natural gas, LNG, Power, as well as renewables,  We connect these executives, and in turn, their companies to each other and to their partners in the finance, services and investment worlds. …

AustCham Podcast | Industrial Overcapacity with Cao Nanxin

From China’s opening-up period to present day, the issue of industrial overcapacity has been a controversial issue across markets. However as the PRC enters another economic transition and implements institutional state reform, how will this issue evolve in the coming economic age? Lead Analyst for Industry, Energy & Environment from consultancy China Policy Cao Nanxin sat …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 23/03/2018

In Today’s Talking Points: $250 Million loan for geothermal heating deal signed by Asia Development Bank, EU’s Research Centre studies the potential of transcontinental electricity link, Victoria to follow South Australian battery scheme, China’s CEFC stake in Russian Rosneft stalls $250 Million loan for geothermal heating signed by Asia Development Bank Joint venture by Sinpoec and AGE – Sinopec …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 09/03/2018

In today’s talking points: Australian energy firm closes the gender pay gap, Record rollout of solar panels across Australia, China expected to create new energy ministry, China’s Energy giants to form joint venture   Australian energy firm closes the gender pay gap Energy Australia on the eve of International Women’s day spent an additional $AUD 1.2million to equalize the …

Energy & Resources Talking Points | 01/03/2018

In today’s talking points: China’s coal consumption falls and renewables rise, Australia to import LNG from Japan, US set to be surpassed by China on Nuclear Energy Leadership, Australian consumers failing to utilise the full potential of smart electricity meters   China’s coal consumption falls and renewables rise The PRC’s coal consumption of coal has increased for the first …