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23 November 2020
Geoscience Australia is supporting Australia’s increased use of low emissions technology with a world-first tool that maps the nation’s clean hydrogen potential.
Seeking Expressions of Interest for Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Ground Station Site Hosts
11 November 2020
Positioning Australia is the Geoscience Australia program delivering a national capability of accurate and reliable positioning anywhere, anytime.
7 October 2020
Geoscience Australia’s budget information is published in the Industry, Science, Energy and Resources 2020-21 Portfolio Budget Statements.
7 October 2020Ever opted to take the stairs over the lift for the sake of additional exercise? You’ll be pleased to know that on reaching the top, you’ll appear to weigh an average 100 mg less than what you did at the bottom!
7 October 2020
In a year full of virtual events, Australia has just survived a virtual tsunami.
26 August 2020
Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt today formally released the 2020 Acreage Release areas for offshore petroleum exploration at the APPEA Re-Connect Webcast.
11 August 2020
Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt today announced that two new resource potential corridors stretching the length of mainland Australia will be the focus of the $125 million expansion of the Exploring for the Future program.
5 August 2020
Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia Keith Pitt today issued a joint media release with Senator for the Northern Territory Dr Sam McMahon about the economic potential of natural resources in underexplored areas of the Northern Territory.
23 July 2020
Geoscience Australia has released the Exploring for the Future Program Update 2016-2020, which provides an overview of the program’s activities in northern Australia and what they have delivered so far.
7 July 2020
Minister for Resources, Water and Northern Australia, Keith Pitt today announced the launch of an online data portal that provides explorers with free access to around 250 datasets collected as part of the Australian Government’s $225 million Exploring for the Future program.