Minerals Council of Australia - Latest News and Events
There is no evidence to suggest that Australian coal exports to China would be significantly affected by the proposed regulations of China’s National Development and Reform Commission.
The latest Resources and Energy Quarterly by the Bureau of Energy and Resources Economics (BREE) puts paid to populist arguments that coal is in terminal decline. BREE projects that coal exports will add $53 billion to national income in 2018-19, up from $40 billion in 2013-14.
The mining boom has been “the foundation of Australia’s economic success over the last decade”, according to the September Resources and Energy Quarterly from the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics
The release of Getting It Right – Indigenous Success in The Resource Sector demonstrates to all Australians that building successful and sustainable Indigenous businesses is not just a good idea or an aspiration, it’s happening today.
The Energy Green Paper is an unambiguous endorsement of the future of coal and uranium exports and lays out a reform path for Australia to reduce the costs of electricity to households and business.
Removing constraints on Australia’s domestic shipping will reduce costs for exporters and import-competing firms, help boost our international competitiveness and revitalise coastal trade.
15-16 October - Brisbane
The Australian Japan Coal Conference (AJCC) provides a forum for an exchange of views between Australian coal exporters and their major Japanese customers (power utilities, steel mills and cement manufacturers).
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.