A negative of any downturn is the reduction in development and exploration it brings. Australian Mining explains how industry has responded since market conditions have improved.
Many shareholders felt hard-done-by during the commodities downturn. They responded by expecting more from mining companies.
Water management strategies have progressed significantly in mining since they were primarily focused on how to secure access to the resource.
Deloitte’s latest WA Index has shown that the value of Western Australia-based listed companies has jumped to over $193 billion, its highest level since May 2011.
There are a series of stakeholders that mining companies need to deliver social outcomes to. Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining how they can achieve this.
Deloitte’s 2018 Human Capital Trends report is the most extensive to date, with input from more than 11,000 businesses and HR leaders around the world, including 952 from the global energy and resources (E&R) industry.
Wellbeing has been rated as the most important priority by the global energy and resources (E&R) industry in the latest Deloitte Human Capital Trends report.
Mining companies have focused on developing a more positive image for the industry in recent years, Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining.
Workforces in mining have evolved significantly to reflect the industry’s digital transformation. Deloitte’s Ian Sanders updates the progress made in this area.
Mining is considered a sector that is driving the emergence of the fourth industrial revolution where new technologies are reshaping the industry.
Innovation may be one of mining’s modern buzzwords, but as Deloitte’s Ian Sanders explains, its importance as part of a company’s culture cannot be underestimated.
The Australian mining sector doubled its economic contribution over the last year thanks to massive tax increases in 2016–17, according to David Byers, interim chief executive of the Minerals Council of Australia.
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.