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For Prostar Capital, an international private equity firm founded in Sydney, Australia, and headquartered in Greenwich, Conn. (U.S.), the 2017 acquisition of a majority stake in Kyungnam Energy Co. (“KNE”) represented a major commitment to serving the long-term energy needs of South Korea – and to investing in the community. As...

Deakin University in Australia is driving research for next-generation microgrids, energy storage technologies (including batteries and hydrogen), cyber security and Internet of Things.In 2017, the University established Deakin Energy – a university-wide initiative - to bring together experts working in the energy sector from Engineering, Economics, Law, IT, Architecture and...

The University of Newcastle is renowned for its commitment to collaborative research, multidisciplinary innovation and the translation of new knowledge to improve social, economic and environmental outcomes. Through the International Collaborative Centre for Carbon Futures, the University and industry partners work collaboratively and across international borders to develop innovative technologies...

It’s been a big year for Roy Hill and its Board. This year Roy Hill’s people have transitioned to even time rosters, the mine is operating at full production and heading to 60 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa). The whole of Hancock Prospecting and the Roy Hill team is proud of...

Korea is Australia’s fourth largest trading partner, so it goes without saying that BHP, or “The Big Australian” as it is more affectionately referred to, has had a long and complementary relationship with the Country, based on mutual benefit and respect. Interestingly, Korea is also BHP’s fourth largest market, with sales...