Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer is considering exporting liquefied natural gas from his potential $8 billion gas project in Papua New Guinea.
Australian mining magnate Clive Palmer led the vote count for the lower-house district of Fairfax in his native Queensland state, putting him on course to win a seat in the federal parliament after the Sept. 7 election.
Mining magnate Clive Palmer’s bid to win a seat in Australia’s lower house remains on hold with a recount ordered for the division of Fairfax, which he contested in the Sept. 7 election.
"In keeping an open mind, I now come to the realization that what I said on Q&A was an insult to Chinese people everywhere and I wish to assure them they have my most genuine and sincere apology, that I am sorry that I said the things I said on the program."
- Clive Palmer on Aug 25, 2014