With the Benefit of Hindsight, Lenders not Hoodwinked by Arrium Employees – Part 3: Were the Individual Employees Personally Liable to the Lenders?

Introduction The Supreme Court of New South Wales has dismissed proceedings1 commenced by the lenders of collapsed mining and steel giant Arrium (Lenders) against the treasurer, CFO and three other employees (Employees). The Lenders commenced proceedings alleging several drawdown and rollover notices (Notices) issued by the Employees to the Lenders on behalf of Arrium as borrower […]

The beginning of a Hydrogen Gas Network?

AEMC given go ahead to review National Gas Rules and National Energy Retail Rules In what is the first step towards an Australian hydrogen gas network, Energy ministers have requested the Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) review the National Gas Rules (NGR) and National Energy Retail Rules (NERR) to determine what changes are necessary to […]

New Energy Expert Insights: 5MS: The Early Bidder Catches the Worm – Part I

This series is part of our broader New Energy Insights series from our New Energy team. Stay tuned for regular updates and commentary on topical issues across the sector. In this two-part series, Hamilton Locke sat down with Quintas Energy and Fluence Digital to discuss one of the biggest changes to the National Electricity Market […]