Australia Market Roundup: Woodside, LGI earn major ACCU batches, as Qantas bows out

Published 10:22 on February 1, 2022  /  Last updated at 10:36 on February 1, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, Australia  /  No Comments

Woodside Burrup and energy firm LGI received the largest shares of credits in the Clean Energy Regulator’s latest issuance round, while airline Qantas has withdrawn a project after going more than six years without generating any offsets.

Woodside Burrup and energy firm LGI received the largest shares of credits in the Clean Energy Regulator’s latest issuance round, while airline Qantas has withdrawn a project after going more than six years without generating any offsets.

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