Minerals Council of Australia
The Minerals Council of Australia and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia have released a new publication Rush: Australia’s 21st Century Gold Industry that tells the story of Australia’s world-leading gold industry and the ongoing contribution it makes to the nation’s economic and social wealth.
On Wednesday October 12 2016, the Minerals Council of Australia hosted the annual minerals industry parliamentary dinner.
Speeches were given by the Chair of the MCA Board, Dr. Vanessa Guthrie, Prime Minisyer Malcolm Turnbull, Chief Executive of the MCA Brendan Pearson and Mr Chris Salisbury, head of Rio Tinto’s iron ore operations.
MTEC collects enrolment and destination data from minerals departments across the disciplines of mining engineering, minerals geoscience, and metallurgy at partner universities.
As you know, the Minerals Council of Australia represents small, medium and large firms engaged in the exploration, extraction and processing of minerals and energy resources. The minerals industry is Australia’s largest exporter, with exports of $175 billion in the last year.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) welcomed the opportunity to provide input to ARPANSA on the draft code. The MCA commended ARPANSA’s graded approach to regulation and recommended that advice be provided to regulators on the graded approach and its practical application.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) welcomed the opportunity to provide a submission to the ICRP on the draft report for consultation. The MCA recommended the ICRP provide additional guidance for practical application of its main findings.