Gold, iron ore and coal mining companies have helped deliver an additional 1300 jobs to New South Wales’ mining sector in 2019-20.
New South Wales has the potential to fortify its economic recovery by approving the 32 mining projects that are sitting in the NSW planning system.
BHP plans to reconsider its industry associations due to their different positions on climate and energy policies by August next year.
The day one theme of the AIMEX Conference will examine “Future Sector- Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation”.
Kores Australia’s Wallarah 2 coal mining project has received a mining lease from the New South Wales Government following a lengthy approvals process.
The minerals industry has welcomed the New South Wales government’s commitment to not increasing mining royalties in the upcoming state budget.
Twenty-five projects worth almost $11 billion are lined up at various planning stages over the next two decades in New South Wales.
An Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) report has taken a dim view of New South Wales’ thermal coal exports, believing they are on an irreversible downward trend.
Commonwealth Government’s Resources 2030 Taskforce has released recommendations to enhance the performance and competitiveness of Australia’s resources sector, which are the first since the late 1990s.
An expansion of the Port of Newcastle in New South Wales, the world’s largest coal export facility, will not go ahead.
Almost 2000 jobs were added to New South Wales’ coal industry in 2017, the latest figures from Coal Services have revealed.
New research has found there is strong public support for the construction of a low emission coal-fired power station in New South Wales.
China’s Shenhua has vowed to continue with its plans for the Watermark coal mine in New South Wales despite the state government reducing the size of its exploration licence by more than half.
The NSW Minerals Council has called for a 12-month moratorium on regulatory changes in the mining industry, one of the key priorities it wants the state government to address in the upcoming June Budget.
Efforts to combat the potential resurgence of black lung in NSW is one of the major focuses at NSW Minerals Council’s 2016 Health, Safety, Environment and Community (HSEC) conference.
The NSW Minerals Council (NSWMC) 2016/17 Budget Submission has outlined more infrastructure funding for mining communities in regional NSW to strengthen economic development.
A Federal inquiry has recommended changing the tax status of activist groups claiming to be environmental charities while engaging in illegal activity.
According to new research over two thirds of people in NSW support the mining industry, while 89% of people surveyed said a strong mining industry is important for the state’s future.
There has been a jump in the number of industry scholarships offered in Wollongong as more students opt for the mining industry as their career choice.
Spending by the mining industry in NSW has taken a considerable blow, down almost 17 per cent, or $2.3 billion year on year.