Big GHG Polluters

Companies whose primary business is the extraction, processing or sale of oil, gas or coal and their industry groups

AGL Energy

Alinta Energy

Ampol Australia

Anglo American

APA Group

Asia Natural Gas & Energy Association (ANGEA)

Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA)

Australian Pipelines and Gas Association (APGA)

Beach Energy



Bravus (Adani)

Bunbury Energy


Carnavon Petroleum

Centennial Coal


The Chamber of Minerals & Energy of Western Australia (CMEWA)


Cooper Energy

CS Energy

Delta Electricity

Energy Australia Holdings

Energy Networks Australia

Energy Users Association of Australia (EUAA)

ExxonMobil Australia

Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries

GFC Alliance



Institute of Public Affairs (IPA)

InterGen (OzGen)

Low Emissions Technology Australia (LETA)

Malabar Coal

Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)

New Hope Group

NSW Mining


Origin Energy

Peabody Australia

Queensland Resources Council


Senex Energy

Shell (Viva Energy)

Society of Petroleum Engineers

South 32

South Australian Chamber of Mines & Energy

Stanwell Corporation

Viva Energy Group

Whitehaven Coal



These are companies recognised as having policies that are not consistent with a safe climate, and their lobby groups. Also see the list of agencies that work with major polluters.


Get up to date information about Australia’s largest (Scope 1) greenhouse gas polluters at the Clean Energy Regulator


Track the 22 biggest polluters in the resources sector with Climate Works Net Zero Momentum Tracker


Market Forces names 23 companies out of line with climate action


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