Mining industry organisations such as the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) and Queensland Resources Council (QRC) have backed the Turnbull Government’s 2018 federal budget.
The high-profile ‘Change the Rules’ campaign on worker rights by the Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) has come under criticism from both the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) and Australian Mines and Metals Association (AMMA).
Northern Territory Treasurer Nicole Manison has revealed state budget plans to introduce increased royalties on the mining industry, a situation the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) has called “an absolute disaster for the Northern Territory economy”.
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.
Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) interim chief executive David Byers has commented on the Australian Government’s energy policy, the National Energy Guarantee (NEG), stating that it must provide a “technology-neutral approach”.
An annual global mining survey from Canadian think tank the Fraser Institute has cited the attractiveness of Australian mining prospects and policy competitiveness as being on the wane.
The Minerals Council of Australia is to go ahead with advertisements expressing the benefits of coal despite warnings from prominent member BHP that they would pull out of the organisation by the end of 2018 if it continued to do so.
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.
Ken MacKenzie, the recently anointed chairman of BHP, has delivered a speech at the company’s annual general meeting in Melbourne today, while social justice groups gathered outside.
Brendan Pearson will step down as CEO of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) in October after working for the organisation for more than nine years.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has slammed Victoria Government’s new Future Uses of Brown Coal policy designed to increase investment opportunities while balancing the state’s environmental needs.
Changes to disclosure rules for resource projects has received backlash from mining industry groups over claims it will affect a company’s ability to properly inform investors.
The Minerals Council of Australia has launched a broadside attack against unions with a new policy paper which suggests their role in EBA negotiations should be reduced.
A new Minerals Council of Australia paper has been released, focusing on reversing the current slide in international competitiveness.
The Minerals Council of Australia has appointed a new CEO with Brendan Pearson from Peabody Energy to step in to the top job when Mitch Hooke retires from the position in December.
Fortescue’s Andrew Forrest has lost his High Court challenge against the mining tax.
Whether you’re an avid Labor supporter, a loyal blue ribbon Liberal voter, a ‘swinger’ or a minority party advocate, as Australians get ready to go to the polls its important for miners to consider what the industry will look like under a Coalition or a Labor led government.
Going back to basics, mining produces materials that make the industrial world as we know it, spin.
In the midst of what was a lively week in the nation’s capital, the Minerals Council of Australia has hosted its National Minerals Week.
Over the past 12 months mining has weathered a changing of the guard with Rio, Anglo American, and BHP Billiton among those receiving new bosses to steer the companies through challenging times.