CSIRO cools on fossil fuel research

The organisation is upping research on renewables, “to support Australia’s energy transition to net zero transmissions,” which means some people working on old-energy technologies will be out

The agency proposes “a reduction” of 39 roles, including people working on, upstream oil and gas activities, primary carbon fuel production and coal post-combustion CO2 capture.  But there could be 12 new positions in growth areas, hydrogen, emissions management, decommissioning and end-of-life technologies and techno-socioeconomics.

CMM wonders whether there will by any spilling and filling.



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