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Port Adelaide Hosts Key BP Infrastructure Project

Liberal Senator for South Australia Sean Edwards said the construction of a BP Marine Supply Base at Port Adelaide represented a major step forward in our exploration of oil and gas fields in the Great Australian Bight. The Marine Supply Base supports BP’s Great Australian Bight programme for offshore petroleum exploration permits granted in 2011. […]

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More support for financial counselling in drought-stricken regions

Farmers battling drought will continue to be supported by free financial counselling with an extra $920,000 in funding for Rural Financial Counselling Service (RFCS) providers in regional areas in South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and Western Australia. Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources Barnaby Joyce and Liberal Senator for South Australia Sean Edwards […]

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Asia & The Pacific Policy Society: Going Nuclear

Read the original article here. The Australian nuclear debate has changed significantly since the 1980s, with new technology making the industry safer, and community attitudes shifting. Now it’s time to consider a role for South Australia in the nuclear industry, Senator Sean Edwards argues. The Australian nuclear debate has certainly changed. Not only has political […]

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The Australian: Greens exposed on nuclear storage

Senator Sean Edwards As published in The Australian, March 20, 2015 If there’s one party in Australian politics morally and philosophically compelled to support advanced nuclear energy it’s the Greens. That they so enthusiastically oppose it is an act of supreme hypocrisy. My submission to the South Australian royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle […]

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Greenies are holding up a clean energy future by opposing nuclear

As published on the ABC Environment website The environmental, scientific, economic, philosophical and moral arguments stack up: it’s time for South Australia to embrace nuclear power. Nowadays anti-nuclear activists are among the greatest obstacles to the planet’s environmental healing. Try as they might, they can’t meaningfully oppose nuclear power on environmental grounds. That’s because nuclear […]

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