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'Unnecessary' spending by gas distributors blocked, Canberra homes to benefit

2017-10-31 smh.com.au
Canberra households look set to benefit from the latest decision by Australia's energy regulator, with "unnecessary" spending by gas distributors blocked. (1-1)

Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikes

2017-10-16 theage.com.au
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market.

Energy networks reject ACCC findings over price hikes

2017-10-16 smh.com.au
Energy networks have rejected the consumer watchdog's claims that they are to blame for rising power bills insisting their prices are lower than those cited in an inquiry into the energy market.

Li Ka-shing wraps up Duet deal in biggest overseas purchase

2017-04-21 themalaymailonline
Li had to sweeten the deal in January and add a special dividend of 3 cents a share to win control of the energy network. — Reuters picSYDNEY, April 21 ― Li Ka-shing has wrapped up his biggest overseas deal on record, the A$7.4 billion (RM24.6 billion) takeover bid for Australian power provider Duet Group, nine months after he was barred from buying another power asset there on national security concerns.

Duet says bid by Li Ka-Shing’s Cheung Kong Infrastructure approved by Australia

2017-04-21 scmp
Billionaire Li Ka-shing’s A$7.4 billion (US$5.6 billion) takeover bid for power provider Duet Group has won foreign investment approval from the Australian government, paving the way for the Hong Kong tycoon to diversify away from his reliance on Europe.

Duet Says Bid by Li Ka-Shing’s CKI Approved by Australia - Bloomberg

2017-04-21 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Melbourne's electricity and gas facing greater Chinese control

2017-04-09 smh.com.au
Three out of five of Victoria's electricity distributors and two out of three of its gas distributors would be controlled by a single Hong Kong-based infrastructure business under a $7.4 billion takeover proposal being considered by the Turnbull government.

Li Ka-Shing firms cleared to pursue US$5.6 bil Duet bid

2017-03-15 theedgemarkets
(March 15): Billionaire Li Ka-shing won the approval of his shareholders to pursue the purchase of Australian power provider Duet Group, paving the way for the Hong Kong tycoon to diversify away from his reliance on Europe.

Crowdsourcing Solar Energy and Battery Systems

2017-03-03 breakingenergy
Installing a concentrating solar power system in Gila Bend, Arizona. The curved mirrors are tilted toward the sun, focusing sunlight on tubes that run the length of the mirrors. The reflected sunlight heats a fluid flowing through the tubes. The hot fluid then is used to boil water in a conventional steam-turbine generator to produce electricity. | Photo by Dennis Schroeder.

Machetes, shotgun used as thieves allegedly target petrol station twice in two hours

2017-02-23 smh.com.au
Men allegedly armed with machetes and a shotgun attempted to rob the same service station twice in two hours during a series of robberies in Melbourne's southeast and eastern suburbs.

Billionaire Li Ka-Shing to Acquire Duet in $5.5 Billion Deal - Bloomberg

2017-01-16 bloomberg
Connecting decision makers to a dynamic network of information, people and ideas, Bloomberg quickly and accurately delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world.

Cheung Kong Infrastructure’s bid for Duet faces tough scrutiny in Canberra, say analysts

2016-12-07 scmp
Analysts cite previous rejection of CKI’s bid for electricity supplier Ausgrid as a possible red flag

Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing bids for Australia’s Duet Group

2016-12-05 scmp
Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing’s Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Ltd. offered A$7.3 billion (US$5.4 billion) in cash for Australia’s Duet Group as it seeks to expand its power and gas pipeline assets.

Uranium: Everybody's Talking About Cameco But I Think U-R Energy Should Get More Attention

2016-12-05 seekingalpha
The uranium market is a niche area of the commodities market that has huge volumes trade under long-term contracts and light volumes traded in the spot market. Anyone who bought into this market over the last 7 years has likely sustained huge losses. Smaller companies with too much debt and high costs have already folded or been acquired on the cheap. Now many companies have to wonder how long they can exist at current uranium prices or if they will be forced to dilute, raise funds or merge.

Cheung Kong Infrastructure may need local partner to win DUET Group: analysts

2016-12-05 theage.com.au
Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Infrastructure may need an Australian partner to win federal government approval for its $7.3 billion tilt for energy network and gas pipeline owner and operator DUET Group, according to analysts.