MELBOURNE (Reuters) - India's Adani Enterprises has awarded a contract to an Australian rail company as the conglomerate steps up infrastructure spending to support its new thermal coal mine in Queensland
A Lloyd’s of London insurer – considered one of the few remaining possible underwriters for elements of the Carmichael coal project – has distanced itself from Adani and says it is not involved in negotiations.
Another major insurer, Axis Capital, has shunned the Adani Carmichael coal project and withdrawn a bid to underwrite the construction of the mine’s rail line. The withdrawal, first reported by Reuters,
Queensland taxpayers risk subsidising “a foreign-owned unregulated monopoly asset” if the state government signs a royalties agreement with Adani before securing access to the company’s rail line, the
A Queensland gas company plans to begin fracking at two exploratory wells close to the Adani Carmichael mine site later this year, and hopes production can begin “early” to service nearby mining projects.
The Queensland government has extinguished native title over 1,385 hectares of Wangan and Jagalingou country for the proposed Adani coalmine in Queensland’s Galilee Basin - without any public announcement
Australian governments will give $4.4bn in effective subsidies to Adani’s Carmichael coal project, which would otherwise be “unbankable and unviable”, a new analysis has found. The report, by the Institute
Adani mine would be 'unviable' without $4.4bn in subsidies, report finds | Carmichael coalmine | The Guardian
Adani mine would be ‘unviable’ without $4.4bn in subsidies, report finds Exclusive: Carmichael mine set to receive subsidies, favourable deals and tax concessions over 30 years Australian governments give
The resources minister Matt Canavan has defended an extraordinary spray against engineering firm Aurecon over its decision to sever ties with Indian energy company Adani. Canavan had labelled Aurecon’s
The global engineering and consultancy firm Aurecon has severed a longstanding business relationship with the Adani Group, amid ongoing efforts by anti-coal activists to target firms working for the Indian
'Bunch of bedwetters': Matt Canavan attacks Aurecon for cutting ties with Adani | Adani Group | The Guardian
‘Bunch of bedwetters’: Matt Canavan attacks Aurecon for cutting ties with Adani Resources minister defends his extraordinary spray accusing engineering firm of being ‘weak as piss’ and giving in to anti-coal