How the industry can ‘bring digital to life’ is the opening topic in Deloitte’s 2018 Tracking the Trends report, and one that remains a constant theme for Australian mining companies.
Indonesian copper consortium Eastern Field Developments, formed last September in preparation for a hostile takeover of Finders Resources, has decided to make its bid unconditional, citing lack of interest from potential “white knight” suitors.
Mining is poised for growth, according to Deloitte’s 2018 Tracking the Trends report.
Now in its tenth year, Deloitte’s Tracking the Trends report has followed the mining sector over the past decade as commodity prices reached both historic highs and lows.
An independent study by Deloitte Access Economics, the Minerals Tax Survey 2017, has revealed that the Australian minerals industry paid an effective tax take ratio of 51 per cent in the 2015–16 financial year.
Deloitte’s Nicki Ivory explains how mining’s digital revolution is assisting with the increasing requirement for companies to be transparent about their operational activities.
Deloitte’s Nicki Ivory discusses how human resources strategies have evolved over the past year to improve diversity and inclusiveness.
Miners could drive down energy costs by up to 50 per cent through the implementation of effective energy management programs, according to a Deloitte paper.
Up-and-coming Australian company Tawana Resources — one of the largest movers in capital growth according to Deloitte’s WA Index top 100 list from Diggers & Dealers 2017 — has finalised funding for its Bald Hill lithium and tantalum prospect.
As the mining industry is often scrutinised for its potential environmental impact, the need for companies to retain their social licence to operate should remain a key priority.
The Gold Industry Group will launch a gold Discovery Trail at Perth’s Elizabeth Quay next month.
As the mining industry is often scrutinised for its potential environmental impact, the need for companies to retain their social license to operate should remain a key priority.
Greater collaboration and understanding between mining companies, the government and communities is a significant way to support the future of the mining industry.
The global steel price increase has boosted the value of Western Australian-based listed companies, with the 2017 financial year closing at $152.6 billion – a 13.5 per cent increase on 2016, according to Deloitte’s latest WA Index.
Deloitte Australia national mining leader Nicki Ivory discusses the importance of strengthening cyber security measures to protect valuable data.
Digital technology has the potential to shape the mines of the future. Deloitte’s Nicki Ivory tells Australian Mining how this movement continues to evolve.
Acceptance of the value collaboration adds to the Australian mining industry took a step forward in 2016, according to Deloitte Australia national mining leader Nicki ivory.
It is time the Australian mining industry became serial innovators to unlock the next level of productivity gains. Ben Creagh writes.
The market capitalisation of Western Australia’s listed companies has risen by 1.8 per cent in March, according to a Deloitte’s latest report.
A new Deloitte report has found the mining and METS sector has accounted for 15 per cent of Australia’s gross domestic product, highlighting its significant contribution to Australia’s economy.