Minerals Council of Australia
Today’s announcement by the NT Government of a new process for land access agreements is a welcome move that will help invigorate the Northern Territory economy and drive further investment in the mining industry.
The minerals sector is concerned at the Federal Opposition’s proposal for a 45 per cent reduction in Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions by 2030.
A new Fact Check report conducted by the ABC has confirmed that Australian coal is the cleanest coal in the world.
The Minerals Council of Australia’s Uranium Forum welcomes the finalisation of the Australia India Nuclear Cooperation Agreement and the conclusion of the Administrative Arrangements for the earlier signed agreement with the UAE.
The Minerals Council of Australia, in conjunction with BHP Billiton and Downer Mining, has awarded four scholarships to women to help them progress towards company board positions.
The Minerals Council of Australia Victorian Division today welcomed the Andrews Government announcement that it will carry out an independent review of Victoria’s coal development programs and develop a coal strategy in 2016.
The conclusion of a new OECD compact on financing high technology coal-fired power plants underlines the fundamental role that coal will play in a low emissions global economy.