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The Clean Energy Regulator has increased emission limits for four coal mines, and has allowed two mines to take a more flexible approach to compliance.
Western Australia's EPA has suspended its carbon guidance, on the same day that new data shows the state's largest emitters increased their emissions by 10% in one year.
Data released today by the Clean Energy Regulator shows large emitters had to buy far fewer carbon credits to stay below their FY18 Safeguard Mechanism limits.
In a world-first, the Clean Energy Regulator has issued its inaugural credits for boosting carbon levels in soil.
A legal opinion on directors' duties, which galvanised Australian boardrooms, is soon to be updated.
Western Australia's Premier Mark McGowan will meet tomorrow with LNG companies over the EPA's decision to recommend full carbon offsetting for emissions-intensive projects.
* Australian Paper reveals $8m+ waste-to-energy approval costs
* Queensland seeks advice on world-first natural resources register
* No new ERF projects approved for six weeks
Despite Woodside's keen interest in a carbon-neutral hydrogen export industry, the company has emerged as a strong critic of the Western Australian EPA's backing for 100% carbon offsetting.
Large emitters will be expected to offset all their direct emissions, under new Western Australian EPA requirements that will influence the agency's review of Chevron's Wheatstone LNG project.
* 30% of ASX100 exploring TCFD disclosure, ASIC says
* Carbon credits rule to be tightened
* Victoria strengthens planning rules for power lines