Category: Resource Extraction & Processing

LNG exports break new records, coal delivered to the world

The resources sector continues to underpin the Queensland economy with record LNG exports over the year to December 2017

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Resources and energy exports setting records

Australia’s resources and energy export earnings increased by 1.2 per cent to reach a record level of $52.5 billion

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Resources jobs powering the Queensland economy

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) congratulates Glencore after announcing the gradual restart of operations at the Lady Loretta zinc

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Funding boost for world-leading solar PV research

On behalf of the Australian Government, the Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced it has awarded $29.2 million

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How is the Tech Metal Market Continuing to Evolve in Australia?

Article: Luke Hatkinson-Kent In a previous post, we wrote extensively about the rise of tech metals and their potential

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Queensland Resources Council Urges Government To Reject Greens Party Policy

CIMIC’s Sedgman wins $100m in coal contracts in Queensland

CIMIC Group’s mineral processing company, Sedgman, has been awarded contracts by QCoal Group at the greenfield Byerwen Coal Mine

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Energy project could be start of $2b construction boom

The Australian and Japanese venturers behind an innovative renewable energy project marked the start of what could become a

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Experts to advise on best path to deliver affordable and reliable power with Liddell Closure

The Turnbull Government has asked the experts from the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) to assess the suitability of

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STRONG GROWTH FOR MINING AHEAD – without Adani Coal

Activity in Australia’s mining sector is set to accelerate through 2017/18, auguring well for exports and the broader economy,

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NEW FRONTIERS FOR AUSTRALIAN MINING AND MINING SERVICES EXPORTS

In a statement from David Byers, Interim Chief Executive of the Minerals Council of Australia, he advises that the

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