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Australia’s clean energy future being stalled by government opposition to nuclear

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has declared that the nation’s net zero future is being held back by a government failure to see nuclear energy as a key solution to reducing emissions. “We need all energy options on the table, to ease the burden on heavy industry and manufacturers, and ensure they maintain their international competitiveness,” Ms Constable said in releasing the MCA’s “Nuclear: Decarbonising Australia’s Industrial Heat Sector” report.

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MEDIA RELEASE : MCA Releases New Report On Nuclear Energy For Industrial Heat

Tania Constable | November 2023 | Chief Executive Office

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14 November 2023.

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BHP says proposed labour laws threaten $3.2b Australian investment

The world’s largest mining group, BHP, says the government’s proposed same job, same pay policy could jeopardise $US2 billion ($3.2 billion) worth of investment it has planned for its local copper business. BHP chief executive Mike Henry told shareholders at its annual meeting in Adelaide on Wednesday morning that the bill would also damage the Australian economy. “BHP strongly opposed the Same Job Same Pay Bill not only because of the damage it threatens to do to our business, but also for the hit it will have on Australia’s economy, to Australian jobs and to Australia’s productivity and international competitiveness,” Henry said

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Australian mining red tape hurts its global investment case-Hancock

Australia’s slow pace of mining approvals is diminishing its attraction as a global investment destination, Hancock Prospecting, owned by Australia’s richest person Gina Rinehart, said on Tuesday. “The current policy environment, duplication of processes, overreach from all departments and delays to approvals is negatively impacting new investment into the mining industry and is reducing Australia’s competitiveness in the international resource sector,” said Hancock.

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