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NSW Supreme Court clarifies carriers' powers regarding use of electricity
The Supreme Court of NSW has given an expansive interpretation to the powers of carriers under the Telecommunications Act.
Australia
17 May 2015
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Carbon tax repeal - it's time to explain your prices!
Businesses have to comply with new disclosure requirements as part of the carbon tax repeal, or face tough penalties.
Australia
29 Jul 2014
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Energy White Paper 2012 — what does it mean for the environment?
The principal focus will be on the policies of the Carbon Pricing Mechanism and the Renewable Energy Target.
Australia
29 Jul 2013
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New Federal Government role in assessing water impacts for resources projects
Resources projects (including coal mines and coal seam gas projects) will soon face rigorous water impact assessments.
Australia
28 Nov 2011
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Productivity Commission recommends reform to urban water sector
Significant urban water sector reform program expected to commence at all levels of government during 2012
Australia
28 Oct 2011
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The Victorian desalination project: Quenching Melbourne's thirst
With Melbourne's dam levels getting down to below 30 percent at time this year, the search for sustainable sources of drinking water has been a key priority for the Victorian Government. The result was the decision to build a desalination plant using a Public Private Partnership delivery method.
Australia
30 Dec 2009
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New National Water Market System - Quenching The Thirst For Real Time Access To Water Information?
Minister Penny Wong's announcement yesterday that the Commonwealth Government will invest $56 million in a national water market system demonstrates the Federal and State Governments' commitment to making water markets work more effectively across Australia.
Australia
16 Nov 2009
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Commonwealth Plans To Put The Brakes On Forward Trading Of Australian Emission Units
The Commonwealth Treasury has recently unveiled draft Corporations Regulations amendments which will effectively ban forward trading in Australian emission units in Australia until at least after the first auction of AEUs is complete, which we think will have significant effects upon the market.
Australia
16 Nov 2009
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Recycling Wastewater In Western Australia
In the face of growing demand for water and declining rainfall, the industrial use of recycled wastewater in Western Australia is likely to increase.
Australia
7 Oct 2007
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Time To Review Asset Financing Arrangements
Entities undertaking social infrastructure projects such as hospitals, schools, water treatment and sewerage plants should now be reviewing their traditional approach to asset financing arrangements, especially their debt funding structures, following the introduction of long-awaited changes to the tax laws.
Australia
 
5 Oct 2007
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Managing Approval Timeframes For Infrastructure Projects
Queensland is currently experiencing an infrastructure boom, with many of the infrastructure services (such as the drought contingency projects) being on the critical path.
Australia
5 Oct 2007
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Coal Seam Gas And Associated Water Production - An Environmental Perspective
A complex legislative regime has emerged to regulate the management of associated water.
Australia
5 Oct 2007
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First Access Pricing Decision In Water And Wastewater Industry Made By ACCC
On 19 July 2007, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ("ACCC") issued an arbitration report on its determination of an access dispute between Services Sydney Pty Ltd and Sydney Water Corporation.
Australia
5 Oct 2007
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Is It A Power Pole Or Part Of A Telecoms Network? Multiple Use Poles And The Law
an electricity utility's pole on which telecommunications facilities are installed does not thereby become a "facility" (a tower) for the purposes of the Telecommunications Act, even if the utility has replaced a pole to support the telecommunications facilities
Australia
27 Jul 2006
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It´s A New Dawn For Queensland´s Energy Sector With The Rising Of Sun Retail
The Beattie Government has announced that it is keeping a firm grip on the physical assets and is looking to sell the riskier retail arms of ENERGEX and Ergon before the introduction of full retail contestability in July 2007.
Australia
17 Jul 2006
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