Article – ConocoPhillips mulls major offshore gas project to keep Darwin LNG going

26 August 2015Angela Macdonald-SmithThe Sydney Morning Herald US oil major ConocoPhillips is targeting mid-2018 for a go-ahead on a potential $US15 billion ($21 billion) offshore gas development off northern Australia to feed […]

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Article – 'If those projects don't go, Queensland is finished'

19 August 2015Mark Ludlow & Misa HanAustralian Financial Review Townsville mayor Jenny Hill doesn’t hide the fact she wants Adani’s controversial $16.5 billion Carmichael mine in central Queensland to go ahead. “We […]

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Audio – The mining industry is fighting back

24 August 2015Saskia Edwards & Steve AustinABC Radio In the last month green groups have had a win against the Adani Carmichael mine with the mine’s approval overturned for a skink and […]

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Comment – ANDEV Co-chair Imants Kins on Mineral Exploration in Australia

Rio Tinto’s head of exploration, Stephen McIntosh, made some comments in the Weekend Australian about mineral exploration in Australia. These are concerning and fully supported by ANDEV. Governments need to listen. They […]

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Comment – IPA on Mineral Exploration in Australia

Tomorrow’s jobs are the result of today’s investment, particularly in the mining industry. Despite inevitable short-term commodity price fluctuations, with many hundreds of millions of people in Asia moving into the middle […]

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Article – Concern over mining’s future as exploration spending plunges

5 September 2015Barry FitzGeraldThe Australian Annual expenditure on finding the next generation of mines has plunged from $4 billion to $1.5bn in the past three years, setting off alarm bells that many […]

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Article – Major Decisions About Australia's Future by Mrs. Gina Rinehart

4 September 2015Gina RinehartAustralian Resources and Investment, vol.9 no.3 “The problems of public administration will end if politicians learn how to say ‘no’ and if bureaucrats know how to say ‘yes.’” What […]

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Regulatory Burden for Industry – Meeting with Minister

Date: 27 August 2015 7:47:35 am GMT+3Subject: Regulatory Burden for Industry – Meeting with Minister Good Afternoon, This morning Bill Tinapple and I met with Minister for Mines and Petroleum Bill Marmion […]

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Article – Abbott labels Carmichael approvals overturn ‘green sabotage’

7 August 2015Cole LatimerAustralian Mining In the wake of the Adani Carmichael coal mine’s overturning of its environmental approvals, Tony Abbott has labelled the move ‘sabotage’. In a case led by the […]

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Article – Australian PM calls for end to 'sabotage' of mining projects

7 August 2015The West Australian Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has warned against the use of courts to “sabotage” developments, after approval for a massive India-backed coal mine was revoked on a […]

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