Australia’s innovative minerals sector promotes drone technology

The Australian minerals industry has released the latest ad in its Making the Future Possible campaign, promoting the industry’s use of innovation including drone technology.

Why Australia should support a revived TPP

More jobs, higher incomes, lower prices and more choice for consumers – just some of the reasons Australia should back the revived Trans-Pacific Partnership regional trade agreement.

New Generation Coal Technology

Why HELE coal-fired electricity generation is part of Australia's energy solution

Rush: Australia’s 21st Century Gold Industry

Our new publication tells the story of Australia’s world-leading gold industry and the ongoing contribution it makes to the nation’s economic and social wealth.

Minerals Council of Australia

Representing Australia's exploration, mining and minerals processing industry

MCA WELCOMES PROGRESS ON THE NATIONAL ENERGY GUARANTEE

Today’s meeting of Energy Ministers has delivered a welcome step forward in resolving one of Australia’s biggest economic challenges – how to ensure reliable and affordable electricity while putting Australia on a pathway to meeting its emission reduction targets.

NT ROYALTY PROPOSAL TO HIT MINING INVESTMENT

The Northern Territory Treasurer has today released the NT Government’s plans for a revised royalty system for the minerals sector in the Territory, including a proposed hybrid system of both ad valorem and profits-based elements.

Deloitte Access Economics MCA 2016-17 royalties and company tax estimates

A report by Deloitte Access Economics on Estimates of royalties and company tax accrued in 2016-17 by Australian mining companies.

Mining’s company tax and royalty payments support Australia’s economy, essential service

Australia’s world-class mining sector has doubled its contribution to funding for roads, schools, hospitals, police and other essential services on which Australians depend since the previous year through a massive increase in company tax and royalty payments in 2016-17.