U River has announced an $800 million expansion of their Cairn Hill magnetite mine near Coober Pedy, which the company estimates could create up to 1300 jobs.
News releases - Tom Koutsantonis
Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has slammed Steven Marshall for blindly backing Malcolm Turnbull’s energy plan without knowing what its impact would be on South Australians.
The State Government has released the first amendment Bill as part of the Leading Practice Mining Acts Review.
Steven Marshall and Dan van Holst Pellekaan’s energy plan, released on Tuesday, has completely unravelled, with the Liberal Leader admitting his plan will only save South Australians $60 to $70 by 2022 at the earliest, not $300 as he previously claimed.
The Art Gallery of South Australia is now being powered with the help of large-scale smart energy storage from South Australian company SIMEC ZEN Energy.
Companies from around the world have submitted almost 60 proposals under the State Government’s $150 million Renewable Technology Fund.
New airborne survey data is now available to help unlock the economic potential of the State’s Far North West.
More than 400 South Australian businesses have applied for grants and loans to help them expand their operations and create jobs under the State Government’s Future Jobs Fund program.
A year on from the State’s system black Energy Minister Tom Koutsantonis has called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to apologise for ridiculing South Australia at a time when the State was dealing with a natural disaster.
Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis today said the announcement that the big four banks will abolish ATM fees demonstrates the hypocrisy of their campaign against the SA major bank levy.
The State Government will defer the start date of the Energy Security Target to 2020.
The State Government today released a Hydrogen Roadmap designed to accelerate investment in hydrogen infrastructure and technologies in South Australia.