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The Greens and related vested interests argue blithely that fossil fuels can and should be phased out in the next few decades. No thought of the practicality of the goal or consideration of the consequences. No evidence is presented on whether such a transition is possible, or at what cost, including to the world’s poorest people.
The Australian minerals sector welcomes the entry into force of the Japan Australia Economic Partnership Agreement today.
The MCA submission to the Independent Review of the National Partnership Agreement on Coal Seam Gas and Large Coal Mining Development highlights ongoing concerns with the operation of the National Partnership Agreement, including duplication of state assessment processes, referral uncertainty and the low utility of advice issued to regulators.
The Minerals Council of Australia NT Division’s preliminary response to the Essential Services Commission of South Australia’s ten year review of railway revenues.
Today’s announcement that the Commonwealth and Northern Territory have signed a bilateral agreement for environmental assessments is a milestone for the efficient and effective management of Australia’s environment.
The latest Minerals Industry Tax Survey shows that in 2012-13 the minerals industry paid nearly half of every dollar of profit as royalties and company tax to State and Federal Governments in Australia.
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.