IEA CONFIRMS RELIANCE ON THE MINERALS SECTOR FOR MEETING FUTURE GLOBAL ENERGY NEEDS

In its 2017 World Energy Outlook’s New Policies Scenario – incorporating policies and measures already put in place by governments around the world, as well as their likely effects – the International Energy Agency has projected the sources of global electricity production in 2040.

FREE TRADE DEAL WITH PERU WILL BOOST AUSTRALIAN ECONOMY

The Australian Government’s speedy finalisation of a free trade agreement (FTA) with Peru will create significant new opportunities for Australian mining and mining services exports and investment in this key South American economy.

SUBMISSION TO THE PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION: INQUIRY INTO THE PROGRESS OF WATER REFORMS DRAFT REPORT

The MCA supports the principles contained within the Intergovernmental Agreement on the National Water Initiative 2004.  However, full integration of mining will require water access regimes that recognise and account for the specific characteristics of extractive industry water use and the areas in which mining occurs.

UNEP’S MIXED SIGNALS ON CLIMATE CHANGE

The Minerals Council of Australia’s Uranium Forum is surprised by reports that the UN Environment Program (UNEP) is blocking the nuclear industry from participating in an international forum on clean energy.

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