NICOLE CHVASTEK: And the federal Minister for Energy is with us right now. Angus Taylor, a very good afternoon to you and thank you so much for staying on the line there.
ANGUS TAYLOR: I'm delighted to be here at Tomago Aluminium Smelter, near Newcastle with Matt Howell, the CEO of Tomago Aluminium.
SABRA LANE: The Energy Minister Angus Taylor joins us now from Sydney. Minister, good morning and welcome to the program.
ALAN JONES: Angus Taylor is the Federal Minister for Energy and whatever else he might know or not know, it's generally conceded - this is not my pumping up Angus Taylor's tyres -
WILL GOODINGS: We also have the federal Energy Minister Angus Taylor on the line and we're going to have a quick chat with him now - not so much about the unique set of circumstanc
DAVID SPEERS: Yes, as I said this is clever politics from Labor to adopt what is the government's National Energy Guarantee, got so many statements on the record from Scott Morriso
LAURA JAYES: Tomorrow, Labor leader Bill Shorten will unveil more details of energy policy going into the election, so there will be a sharper focus if that is at all possible.
JOURNALIST:...fire away with some questions and just ask you about, you know, ahead of the summer compared to last summer et cetera.
TOM CONNELL: Well, as mentioned at the top of the hour, good news today for 150,00 customers with AGL.
JOURNALIST: Minister, just to start a number of major energy companies have come out, most recently Woodside, in favour of a carbon price.
NICOLE CHVASTEK: Angus Taylor is the federal Energy Minister. Angus Taylor, good afternoon.
ANGUS TAYLOR: Good afternoon, Nicole.
ANGUS TAYLOR: I've just come from an extremely constructive and productive discussion with many of the energy companies from across the sector.