Minerals Council of Australia
Infrastructure Victoria submission: High-efficiency low emissions coal technology must be considered
Infrastructure Victoria’s All things considered options paper presents a detailed vision for Victoria in 2046. Unfortunately the paper fails to consider the potential for high-efficiency low emissions technology (HELE) to produce low carbon affordable energy from Victoria’s vast brown coal resources.
Some instances of hypocrisy are so truly audacious in scale, so blissfully ignorant of irony, so completely lacking in self-awareness that they simply take the breath away.
The minerals sector is disappointed that the Labor Opposition has turned its back on the reform effort initiated by the Gillard Government to streamline Australia’s duplicative federal-state approach to environmental approval processes.
Speech to the AusIMM International Uranium Conference 2016
The Board of Directors of the Minerals Council of Australia today elected Dr Vanessa Guthrie to chair the organisation for the next two years.
National accounts data released today by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) confirm that mining production remains a significant contributor to Australia’s economic growth.