Archived News for Engineering Professionals - November, 2021
Some of Australia’s most advanced technology has been used to survey groundwater in NSW.
Dump site announced
The Federal Government has officially picked a location for its planned nuclear waste dump.
Future Fund backs dark firms
Australia's Future Fund has been criticised for investing in companies linked to Myanmar's military.
Killing stations could save lives
Retiring the world's worst power stations could save six million lives.
New hub for critical digs
Australia's first “critical minerals hub” has been slated for the New South Wales Central West.
AusNet line upsets locals
Electrical transmission company AusNet Services has announced a proposed route for a new power line through western Victoria.
BHP buyout progressing
A deal to form one of the biggest energy companies in the world has been signed off.
CAT scheme urged for new cuts
Experts are working on better ways for countries to collaborate on carbon credits.
DFAT denies state efforts
The Morrison Government has intervened to stop state and territory governments from cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
Scarborough looms closer
Woodside says it is moving ahead with its $16.5 billion Scarborough project off Western Australia.
New deal for NSW works
NSW councils have secured a new agreement to reform the infrastructure contributions system.
Methane could feed fish
Stanford University experts say methane could help make sustainable fish feed.
New site for robo-reasoning
A new research centre in South Australia says it will use AI to improve a range of industries.
Solar issues in China link
Politicians are calling for efforts to ensure Australia’s solar industry is not exposed to China's human rights violations.
ANU warns of fugitive emissions
ANU experts have issued a warning about fugitive emissions from producing hydrogen using fossil fuels.