Zali Steggall asks the auditor general about the constitutionality of the government's underwriting program; TransGrid expects lower power prices to flow through in NSW; and the oil price crash claims a major Houston driller.
The federal government locks in its review of the Northern Endeavour; Santos is without irony in its gas reservation calls; and one commentator sees huge obstacles for China's Belt & Road power grid plans.
ACCC releases a new petrol price report, telling companies to pass on oil crash savings; Brent crude dips below US$20 a barrel, where experts see Australian pain; and new energy ETF investors look set to cop some unexpected losses.
Government sticks to pre-Covid 19 policy on fuel security; COAG resource ministers give more flexibility to resource companies considered key to Australia's economic recovery; and Shell progresses a major Australian LNG project as its international parent announces a net zero by 2050 target.
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