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The Australian government’s willingness to undercut the Chinese-owned asset by funding upgraded port facilities nearby shows a lack of joined-up thinking.
The reversal of a landmark policy by the US energy regulator is a missed opportunity for gas as a transition fuel.
Russia’s war on Ukraine casts a shadow on the conference, prompting widespread discussion of its impact on the energy transition and ESG.
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A Grattan Institute report argues that Australian federal governments must do better when allocating funds for transport infrastructure projects, with too much currently allocated to small schemes in marginal seats.
From Brookfield to Quinbrook, we are getting a glimpse at how infra strategies focused on decarbonising businesses and industries work.
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The JPMorgan-advised IIF's $8.1bn acquisition of South Jersey Industries is the latest in a series of deals by funds looking to shape the decarbonisation path of US utilities.
Europe’s dependency on Russian natural gas shows that energy security, foreign investment and ESG are inextricable.
The success or failure of Brookfield’s bid to buy an energy generator with the explicit aim of closing its coal assets could have ramifications for the speed of the global energy transition.
Investors are right to reject the EU's misguided labelling, which casts the shadow of ‘greenwashing’ on a complex, much-needed discussion.
Third-party investors buying GP stakes is a fairly new phenomenon in infrastructure, and it is picking up steam. But what does it mean for LPs and competition?

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