Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Australia symbolises the strength of Australia’s developing relationship with India and the potential for expanding trade to the benefit of both nations.
The Australian minerals sector welcomes the finalisation of the FTA with China and the elimination of tariffs on Australian exports of minerals and energy commodities valued at $15.5 billion annually.
The International Energy Agency’s 2014 World Energy Outlook underlines the fundamental role Australian coal and uranium will play in meeting the world’s accelerating energy demand.
Your article “Clean coal dream little more than dust” is unduly dismissive and inaccurate in its assessment of the contribution carbon capture and storage in reducing carbon dioxide emissions.
The announcement by the US and China on their future climate change targets puts technology, and particularly low emissions coal technologies, at the centre of efforts to reduce global CO2 emissions.
Japan’s decision to restart its nuclear reactors is good news for the Australian uranium industry and its 4,000 workers.
18-20 November - Adelaide
Held annually, the Sustainable Development Conference is recognised as the leading minerals industry forum to discuss and debate sustainable development and its practical implementation.
4-5 December - Darwin
The Summit will showcase the prosperity and potential for the Northern Territory minerals industry and debate the policies required to keep it strong. Celebrating 60 years of industry representation and the sector’s continued status as the bedrock of the Northern Territory economy, the Summit will address the issues, successes and challenges facing the industry.
25-27 March 2015 Melbourne
The MCA’s Biennial Tax Conference is Australia’s foremost minerals taxation event. It brings together resource taxation experts, policy makers, leading business figures, Commonwealth and State officials and high-profile commentators to discuss issues at the intersection of public policy and commercial practice.