Invictus on cusp of Zimbabwe oil and gas bonanza

After stumbling across a project by accident, Scott Macmillan is now leading Invictus Energy on what could be a country changing exploration mission in Zimbabwe. JESSICA GABITES reports. Zimbabwe is not a traditional exploration and production heartland, explains Zimbabwean raised Scott Macmillan, Managing Director of Australian oil and gas junior Invictus Energy. However, Scott and

Investors drag heels on agri-food opportunities

Global demand for Australian food, beverage and other agricultural produce is soaring, but it’s high time for governments and investors to get behind emerging, innovative opportunities. SIMON SHEPHERDSON investigates. As much as Australia may once have been built on the sheep’s back, today the agricultural sector accounts for just 1.9 per cent of GDP

High protein, low carb content shines light on lupins

There’s a lot more to the humble lupin than green fertiliser or stock feed. SIMON SHEPHERDSON spoke to David Fienberg, founder of The Lupin Co, about the exceptional nutritional benefits of this once maligned legume. Lupins have long been a popular choice among Australian farmers to replenish nitrogen in the soil. And for a long

Yield in Focus – SeaStock on methane reduction

Yield in Focus – SeaStock on methane reduction Burps and farts! Now that we have your attention, let’s talk about Asparagopsis, the biological name for a native seaweed that’s prolific off our coast. The really impressive thing when used as a livestock feed supplement, Asparagopsis reduces methane emissions - from both ends

Seafood stalwart aiming for bountiful catch on ASX debut

Seafood stalwart aiming for bountiful catch on ASX debut More than 50 years after Frank Catalano opened his first fish and chip in Perth’s southern suburbs, Catalano’s Seafood is preparing for its biggest challenge yet – listing on the ASX. As JESSICA GABITES reports, this bold step will help the family-run

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