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Sydney Morning Herald
Origin, AGL to win from high energy prices, says Moody'swill work to keep both electricity and gas prices high, Moody's Investors Servi
Origin, AGL to win from high energy prices, says Moody's
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 38 minutes ago
will work to keep both electricity and gas prices high, Moody's Investors Service has warned, with the big energy utilities Origin Energy and AGL likely to benefit. An increase in the use of renewable energy is forcing coal-fired power stations to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dubbo’s cost of living increase double State averageby 13 per cent. For the average customer this means an extra $183 per year. Ga
Dubbo’s cost of living increase double State average
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
by 13 per cent. For the average customer this means an extra $183 per year. Gas users will be better off but customers of Origin Energy still face $49 a year more for their bills on average. Meanwhile the Keneally Government has added a motor... Read more
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Market Watch
Oil Search slashes dividend after profit plungesLtd.'s (WPL.AU) first-half dividend was reduced 43% after its profit was halved
Oil Search slashes dividend after profit plunges
Market Watch / Posted 2 days ago
Ltd.'s (WPL.AU) first-half dividend was reduced 43% after its profit was halved, while loss-making Santos Ltd. (STO.AU) and Origin Energy Ltd. (ORG.AU) both suspended dividends for the period. Sales revenue was 33% lower in the period at US$580.8... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Chinese investment in Australia's power grid explainedindustry Australia's retail energy markets have a multitude of private players
Chinese investment in Australia's power grid explained
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
industry Australia's retail energy markets have a multitude of private players but the big three are AGL Energy, Origin Energy and EnergyAustralia, which dominate southern and eastern Australia. The trio jointly supply more than 70 per... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
Under the Surface, It’s a Bull MarketAnd it was a decision that has wrought share price devastation across the board
Under the Surface, It’s a Bull Market
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 6 days ago
And it was a decision that has wrought share price devastation across the board. Even the former staid and conservative Origin Energy [ASX:ORG] got in on the act. It increased debt to dangerously high levels when investing in the near US$25... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Energy sector stability on ministers' agendameeting follows a report, commissioned by activist group GetUp, which accuses t
Energy sector stability on ministers' agenda
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 days ago
meeting follows a report, commissioned by activist group GetUp, which accuses the big three energy companies AGL, Origin Energy and EnergyAustralia, of price-gouging consumers. The research shows South Australians are being ripped off... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Climate pariah or saviour? Paper looks at role gas could play on carbon pricingheated up recently amid steep rises in power prices in South Australia. Some ha
Climate pariah or saviour? Paper looks at role gas could play on carbon pricing
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
heated up recently amid steep rises in power prices in South Australia. Some have blamed the state's high renewable energy penetration, while others have noted the price of gas has doubled as suppliers such as Origin Energy steer supplies for exp... Read more
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Northern Star
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
Northern Star / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
The Daily Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power marketOrigin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energ
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power market
Brisbane Times / Posted 6 days ago
Origin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energy markets after recent wobbles in South Australia and ahead of likely further rises in electricity prices. State and federal energy ministers are to meet on Friday and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
9 related stories
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Queensland Times
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
Queensland Times / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
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News Mail
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
News Mail / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
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WA Today
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power marketOrigin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energ
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power market
WA Today / Posted 6 days ago
Origin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energy markets after recent wobbles in South Australia and ahead of likely further rises in electricity prices. State and federal energy ministers are to meet on Friday and... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they s
Divers wrap crime scene tape around dead reef
Daily Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
"reckless behaviour” of fossil fuel companies such as Exxon, AGL - which they say is Australia's largest carbon polluter - Origin Energy, Rio Tinto, Woodside and Santos. "Since the 1960s, comp- anies like Exxon ignored the warnings of their own... Read more
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News.com.au
Renewable transition on ministers' agendameeting follows a report, commissioned by activist group GetUp, which accuses t
Renewable transition on ministers' agenda
News.com.au / Posted 6 days ago
meeting follows a report, commissioned by activist group GetUp, which accuses the big three energy companies AGL, Origin Energy and EnergyAustralia, of price-gouging consumers. The research shows South Australians are being ripped off... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australian shares lose ground on mixed profit resultsswinging from a loss to post a net profit of $20.5 million in the 2016 financia
Australian shares lose ground on mixed profit results
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
swinging from a loss to post a net profit of $20.5 million in the 2016 financial year on rising revenues and cost cutting. Origin Energy lost 1.2 per cent to $5.77 after the company reported an annual after tax loss of $589 million as a result of... Read more
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TheBull
Banks and AMP drag market lowersectors were relative bright spots on the market on Thursday as the continuing
Banks and AMP drag market lower
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
sectors were relative bright spots on the market on Thursday as the continuing rise in oil prices bumped share prices. But Origin Energy shed seven cents to $5.77 after it suspended dividends and posted a full year loss of $589 million. Webjet was... Read more
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TheBull
Origin Energy Full Year Result 18 Aug 16 : ORG cuts its dividend to focus on reducing debt. 18.08.2016 04:11 PM : OR
Origin Energy Full Year Result 18 Aug 16
TheBull / Posted 6 days ago
: ORG cuts its dividend to focus on reducing debt. 18.08.2016 04:11 PM : ORG cuts its dividend to focus on reducing... Read more
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The Age
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power marketOrigin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energ
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power market
The Age / Posted 6 days ago
Origin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energy markets after recent wobbles in South Australia and ahead of likely further rises in electricity prices. State and federal energy ministers are to meet on Friday and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power marketOrigin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energ
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power market
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 days ago
Origin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energy markets after recent wobbles in South Australia and ahead of likely further rises in electricity prices. State and federal energy ministers are to meet on Friday and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power marketOrigin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energ
Origin Energy tells government to butt out of power market
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
Origin Energy has signalled it wants energy ministers not to interfere in energy markets after recent wobbles in South Australia and ahead of likely further rises in electricity prices. State and federal energy ministers are to meet on Friday and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Origin still wallowing in the red, dividends ditchedred, dividends ditched Falling oil prices and an ongoing debt hangover from it
Origin still wallowing in the red, dividends ditched
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
red, dividends ditched Falling oil prices and an ongoing debt hangover from its massive investment in LNG exports has seen Origin Energy still stuck in loss-making mode. However, Origin's full-year loss narrowed 10 per cent from $658 million in... Read more
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TheBull
Few highlights in lower Aust sharemarketbenchmark S&P/ASX200 index was 0.35 per cent lower at 1205 AEST with falls in t
Few highlights in lower Aust sharemarket
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
benchmark S&P/ASX200 index was 0.35 per cent lower at 1205 AEST with falls in the big four backs and energy plays Origin Energy and Santos dragging the market down alongside a continued slide in blood products giant CSL. Origin shares... Read more
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TheBull
Australian stocks down on poor earningsBrambles dropped 39 cents to $12.88, after its profit came in just one per cent
Australian stocks down on poor earnings
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
Brambles dropped 39 cents to $12.88, after its profit came in just one per cent higher. Meanwhile, in the energy sector, Origin Energy lost 18 cents to $5.66 after reporting it had suffered a $589 million loss for the 2016 financial year due to... Read more
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Canberra Times
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividendOrigin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unle
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividend
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Origin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unless oil prices rebounded, putting the priority on debt reduction after posting a $589 million full-year loss. Underlying profit before impairments for plunged 41 per cent... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividendOrigin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unle
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividend
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
Origin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unless oil prices rebounded, putting the priority on debt reduction after posting a $589 million full-year loss. Underlying profit before impairments for plunged 41 per cent... Read more
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The Age
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividendOrigin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unle
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividend
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Origin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unless oil prices rebounded, putting the priority on debt reduction after posting a $589 million full-year loss. Underlying profit before impairments for plunged 41 per cent... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividendOrigin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unle
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividend
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Origin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unless oil prices rebounded, putting the priority on debt reduction after posting a $589 million full-year loss. Underlying profit before impairments for plunged 41 per cent... Read more
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WA Today
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividendOrigin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unle
Origin Energy posts full-year loss, cancels dividend
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
Origin Energy has followed through on its advice it could cut the dividend unless oil prices rebounded, putting the priority on debt reduction after posting a $589 million full-year loss. Underlying profit before impairments for plunged 41 per cent... Read more
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Canberra Times
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tapCopper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tap
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
Copper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS labour force @1130 8. Earnings: AMP, Origin Energy, Brambles, Tatts Group, ASX, Webjet, Whitehaven, Treasury Wine, Sydney Airport, Investa, BroadspectrumFed... Read more
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Brisbane Times
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tapCopper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tap
Brisbane Times / Posted 7 days ago
Copper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS labour force @1130 8. Earnings: AMP, Origin Energy, Brambles, Tatts Group, ASX, Webjet, Whitehaven, Treasury Wine, Sydney Airport, Investa, BroadspectrumFed... Read more
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The Age
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tapCopper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tap
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
Copper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS labour force @1130 8. Earnings: AMP, Origin Energy, Brambles, Tatts Group, ASX, Webjet, Whitehaven, Treasury Wine, Sydney Airport, Investa, BroadspectrumFed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tapCopper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tap
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 7 days ago
Copper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS labour force @1130 8. Earnings: AMP, Origin Energy, Brambles, Tatts Group, ASX, Webjet, Whitehaven, Treasury Wine, Sydney Airport, Investa, BroadspectrumFed... Read more
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TheBull
Australian market set to open flatPopulation by Age and Sex, 2015 survery and its Selected Characteristics of Aus
Australian market set to open flat
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
Population by Age and Sex, 2015 survery and its Selected Characteristics of Australian Business report. In equities news, Origin Energy, Whitehaven Coal, Treasury Wine Estates, Tatts Group, Webject and ASX are due to release full-year results,... Read more
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TheBull
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.auto post full-year results. IOF - INVESTA OFFICE FUND Investa Office Fund is s
Stocks to watch - www.thebull.com.au
TheBull / Posted 7 days ago
to post full-year results. IOF - INVESTA OFFICE FUND Investa Office Fund is slated to post full-year results. ORG - ORIGIN ENERGY Origin Energy is expected to release full-year results. SYD - SYDNEY AIRPORT Sydney Airport is expected to... Read more
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WA Today
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tapCopper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS
8@eight: Jobs data, earnings on tap
WA Today / Posted 7 days ago
Copper down 0.7% as US dollar strength saw metals pull back 7. Local data: ABS labour force @1130 8. Earnings: AMP, Origin Energy, Brambles, Tatts Group, ASX, Webjet, Whitehaven, Treasury Wine, Sydney Airport, Investa, BroadspectrumFed... Read more
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The Economic Times
Tata Power arm closes $30 million stake sale in OTP Geothermalthe sale of its stake in OTP to KS Orka," Tata Power said in a regulatory filin
Tata Power arm closes $30 million stake sale in OTP Geothermal
The Economic Times / Posted 8 days ago
the sale of its stake in OTP to KS Orka," Tata Power said in a regulatory filing. OTP is a 50:50 joint venture between Origin Energy Ltd and Tata Power International Pte (TPIPL), it added. Tata Power has significant investments in Indonesia... Read more
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Queensland Times
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
Queensland Times / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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News Mail
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
News Mail / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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Northern Star
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
Northern Star / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japancovers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is
Aussie gas costs more here than in Japan
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
covers New South Wales, the ACT, Victoria, South Australia and Queensland - is largely served by four producers: Santos, Origin Energy, Shell and BHP/Exxon. The IEEFA is critical of the market's operation, arguing it lacks transparency. "While... Read more
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The Courier
Triple trouble: Big three electricity retailers charging twice the rate of ACTenergy economist Bruce Mountain. The report, commissioned by the GetUp! group,
Triple trouble: Big three electricity retailers charging twice the rate of ACT
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
energy economist Bruce Mountain. The report, commissioned by the GetUp! group, analysed how much AGL, EnergyAustralia and Origin Energy were charging customers for the retail component of bills. It found South Australian customers, for instance,... Read more
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TheBull
Slow start puts market lower at noonper cent at $4.93, Oil Search had lifted 0.41 per cent to $7.40, Woodside Petro
Slow start puts market lower at noon
TheBull / Posted 9 days ago
per cent at $4.93, Oil Search had lifted 0.41 per cent to $7.40, Woodside Petroleum had climbed 1.57 per cent to $27.82 and Origin Energy hs risen 1.88 per cent to $5.71. Both Domino's Pizza and property giant Mirvac used positive full-year earning... Read more
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Perth Now
Don't regulate power markets: energy groupthem hundreds of dollars more for power than people in other states. The repor
Don't regulate power markets: energy group
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
them hundreds of dollars more for power than people in other states. The report says the 'big three' retailers - AGL, Origin Energy and EnergyAustralia - are charging SA customers an annual mark-up of $650, or twice the cost of energy... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Don't regulate power markets: energy groupthem hundreds of dollars more for power than people in other states. The repor
Don't regulate power markets: energy group
Adelaide Now / Posted 9 days ago
them hundreds of dollars more for power than people in other states. The report says the 'big three' retailers - AGL, Origin Energy and EnergyAustralia - are charging SA customers an annual mark-up of $650, or twice the cost of energy... Read more
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