WorleyParsons won’t rule out Adani

23 October 2018 “Can the board confirm that it has completely ruled out working with Adani on the Carmichael coal mine and its supportive infrastructure like the North Galilee Basin Rail Line and the Abbot Point coal terminal that will transport coal from the mine?” asked a shareholder at the WorleyParsons … Read More

Canberra protestors at the Korean Embassy warn Korean investors not to back Adani’s disastrous coal export plans

10 October 2018 Today, Canberrans turned out at the Korean Embassy to warn potential investors that buying a stake in Abbot Point means helping Adani build the most controversial project in Australia’s history. It’s vital that Korean financial institutions and companies are made aware of the massive social and environmental … Read More

Adani accused of not paying contractors

17 September 2018 The Australian Financial Review reports today that two companies, AECOM and Jangga Operations, are claiming they are owed money by Adani for work the companies did on the Carmichael coal project. Engineering and design group Aecom is trying to recover almost $17 million it alleges it is … Read More

Adani: No customers, no finance, but still a threat

UPDATE: 18 July 2018 In a television interview overnight, the son of Gautam Adani, Karan, claimed that financial close had been reached for the Carmichael coal mine. We need to treat this information carefully. On one hand, it was part of an interview containing several other inaccuracies about the status … Read More

Stranded assets, anyone? Testing times for the fossil fuel market

ORIGINALLY POSTED IN RENEWECONOMY, 17 October 2013 The phrase “buyer beware” is a particularly pertinent one for fossil fuel investors in the current market. The combined effects of global climate action, renewables growth, economic decline and pollution reduction have worked to dampen growth and sap investor confidence, as well as … Read More