A surprisingly sustainable case for coal?

A surprisingly sustainable case for coal?

World Coal recently published an article by Glenn Kellow that challenges the prevailing extreme green narrative that coal is evil. Key Points: The story of global energy is not one of good vs evil. It is a tale of the pursuit of two ‘goods’ – affordable, reliable energy and reduced emissions. Technology has been the… Continue Reading >

Update on Voluntary Suspension

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ECT) (the Company) requested a voluntary suspension in the trading of its securities from the ASX on 15 March 2019 until 1 April 2019. Understandably numerous enquiries from shareholders have been received requesting an update on the suspension of trading and as a result, the Company wishes to provide an… Continue Reading >

Voluntary Suspension granted

This morning, we requested, and the ASX granted a request for Voluntary Suspension ahead of the conclusion of internal approval processes by India Project partner, NMDC Limited. Further updates will be provided as appropriate, with the current expectation that we will resume trading following an announcement by 1 April 2019. Continue Reading >

BHP joins Bill Gates in backing technology to kill off CO2

The below article from The Sydney Morning Herald highlights BHP’s recent investment in Canada-based firm, Carbon Engineering. BHP has tipped in $6 million to join superstar physicist David Keith, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and oil sands magnate Norman Murray Edwards in developing a technology that the Guardian claims could make them ‘more money than they… Continue Reading >

Shareholder Update

Environmental Clean Technologies Limited (ASX: ECT) (ECT or Company) is pleased to provide the following update. Key points Equity Lending Facility (ELF) incentive program extended until 5 pm AEST 22 March 2019 India project partner NMDC Limited confirms next board meeting for 12 March 2019 ELF Incentive Program Extended Further to the Company’s announcement of… Continue Reading >

ACCC boss slams gas suppliers for price woes

An article in yesterday’s ‘Age’ by Cole Latimer covers accusations by ACCC boss, Rod Sims, that the gas industry has treated domestic gas customers with contempt as they chase exports. Former federal Resources Minister Martin Ferguson is blaming government policies for constraining supply. Let’s take a look at what’s happening and the potential opportunity this… Continue Reading >

Can wind and solar save the planet?

We’re told that, to save the planet from global warming we need to transition from coal and gas to wind and solar. The rhetoric tends to be dogmatic and renewables advocates never seem to concede a point, lest it be seen to undermine their broader demands. Which is why it came as a surprise recently… Continue Reading >