Minister for Resources and Energy Martin Ferguson of Australia

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Spini will slag you off no matter you say/do and no doubt blame you personally for Hitler, Pol Pot, his own small willy and all the other slights he puts at the feet of the left Ferguson is about as useless After the last election when he started making public rumblings (the only ones he'd had for years) about reducing the influence of the unions in the party - I wrote to him expressing my discomfort with someone who the union movement was awfully good too jumping on board the union bashing bandwagon - after all we have Tony Abbott for that the last thing we needed was an ex union official (seems he was just another time server waiting for a safe seat and cushy super package but anyway) helping him.
The most likely answers to this question are that a) Ferguson is stilled pissed about it, b) someone doesn't like Ferguson (unlikely because it is the government that looks daft), c) some bureaucrat is outraged by what they see as a stupid policy and wants to undercut it.
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The Resources Minister Martin Ferguson says Treasury Secretary Ken Henry's review of the tax system will look at barriers to investment in downstream gas and why a number of projects are yet to get off the ground.
Martin Ferguson is co-founder of Accreon Inc.
Martin Ferguson is a Scottish football scout who currently works for Manchester United.
Ferguson is the brother of the current Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.
Australian Resources, Energy & Tourism Minister Martin Ferguson has undergone a transformation over the decade or so to 2008.
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Ferguson was educated at St Patrick's College, Strathfield and then Sydney University.
Labors resources spokesperson Martin Ferguson is leading the charge for the ALP to drop its opposition to new uranium mines.
In a March 20 briefing paper, which Ferguson is circulating within the ALP and to trade unions, he states: State and Territory Labor governments which have knowingly allowed uranium exploration, will come under pressure to allow the development of discoveries within the next few years: if they reject mining applications, it will raise questions about sovereign risk for mining investors in Australia.
Ferguson has been largely silent on the negative impacts of uranium mining on Aboriginal communities.
Ferguson said last August 23 that Australia is one of the most responsible exporters of uranium in the world.
Martin Ferguson is a Director and Portfolio Manager at Mawer Investment Management Ltd.
Ferguson has been in the investment industry for 27 years.
Ferguson was with the Investment Management Division of Alberta Treasury, a department of the Alberta government, from 1987 to 1996.
Ferguson was with Principal Securities Management Ltd.
Ferguson is a member of the CFA Institute and the Calgary CFA Society.
The separation has certainly been good for the performance of Mawer New Canada, which the 41-year-old Ferguson has been steering since 1996.
As a small-cap fund manager, Ferguson is looking for companies with a market capitalization of between $50-million and $500-million.
If a stock in the fund goes down, and Ferguson knows that nothing in his original analysis has gone wrong, hell often buy more.
Martin Ferguson is the federal Minister for Resources and Energy and the Australian Labor Party member in the federal seat of Batman.
RESOURCES and Energy Minister Martin Ferguson has flagged changes to the Trade Practices Act that would protect BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto from having to allow upstart iron ore rival Fortescue Metals Group use of their rail lines in the Pilbara.
Mr Ferguson said that BHP and Rio's Pilbara rail networks were operating virtually at capacity, adding that they were among the most efficient logistics operations in the world; hi-tech, representing huge investments to the benefit of Australia.
FEDERAL Resources Minister Martin Ferguson has set a target of 2015-20 for a commercial breakthrough on low-emissions coal-fired power technology.
We've got to have a target, not only in Australia but also (in) the global community, of making a real commercial breakthrough in terms of deployment of low-emissions coal technology in the time span 2015-2020, Mr Ferguson said yesterday as he launched two low-emission coal initiatives.
Mr Ferguson described low-emission coal technology as bread and butter to the future.
Mr Ferguson said today both industry and governments should have full confidence in the independent inquiry being undertaken by the National Offshore Petroleum Safety Authority (NOPSA) on behalf of the WA government.
Mr Ferguson met with Premier Alan Carpenter today to discuss the state's energy crisis following the Varanus Island explosion and fire, which stripped WA of 30 per cent of its domestic gas supply.
Mr Ferguson said the federal government was cooperating with the WA government and providing all the logistical support it could.
Mr Ferguson said the message from business was encouraging.
AZZIF | Quote | Chart | News | PowerRating -- Australian Resources, Energy Tourism Minister Martin Ferguson has undergone a transformation over the decade or so to 2008.
LONDON, July 28 (UPI) -- Rising air fares could lead to as many as 5 million fewer British airline passengers by 2010, industry analysts said.
SYDNEY, April 10 (UPI) -- Australian Resources Minister Martin Ferguson has announced new oil blocks for lease.