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GTR expands uranium exploration interests in Utah

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Novo acquires stake in Kalamazoo gold project Australian

23/09/2020· Novo Resources has locked in an initial 50 per cent interest in Kalamazoo Resources’ Queens gold project in Victoria. According to Novo, there is scope to increase to an 80 per cent interest

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News24 Defamation case by Australian mining

Three defamation cases involving total damages claims of R14.25 million, brought by Australian mining interests against six South African critics, is "the clearest case of a SLAPP suit imaginable". So argued Steven Budlender, part of the defence team appearing for the six three attorneys and three activists in the Western Cape High Court on Monday, GroundUp reported. SLAPP is an acronym

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Fortescue addresses growing climate change challenge

25/08/2020· The mining giant acknowledged interest in climate action from its stakeholders, as the company maps out its plans for both the risks and opportunities that involve climate change.

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Expressions of interest welcomed for Australian Mining

07/07/2020· Shandong Energy Australia plans to commence the feasibility study (FS) of Hillalong coal project in 2020. Contractors that may be interested in undertaking the

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Australian gold interest boosts exploration activity

Australia’s investment in mineral exploration has surged during the 2018-2019 period on the back of growing interest in gold. Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data revealed the country

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Chinese mining interests disrupt Australian election

Australia’s mining industry has boomed over the past 20 years, with most exports of iron ore and coal destined for China. The trend has boosted job creation and driven economic growth, yet it is not without its risks. Australia has become increasingly dependent on a single economy, with China receiving three quarters of Australian coal in 2013, for example. As the Chinese economy has slowed

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Aid Money Must Not Support Australian Mining Interests in

Open Letter to Foreign Minister Bob Carr: Australian aid must not support the expansion of Australian mining interests overseas. We, the undersigned organisations, understand that AusAID has been exploring options to expand partnerships between CSOs, mining companies and governments through the Australian Mining for Development Initiative (AMDI).

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The Australian companies mining $40 billion out of Africa

The Australian companies mining $40 billion out of Africa By Eryk Bagshaw Updated September 10, 2017 — 11.37am first published September 9, 2017 — 12.00am

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Australia's mining interests within Nigeria and Libya

01/09/2013· 1. Introduction. Australia's commercial interests in Africa's resource sector have been steadily increasing for a number of years effectively tripling since 2005 (Australian Trade Commission, 2011).The Australian High Commissioner to South Africa, Ms Ann Harrap, revealed that as of 2011 there were approximately 220 Australian mining and oil companies operating within Africa, with some 595

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Australia’s Mining Interests within Nigeria and Libya

Australia’s Mining Interests within Nigeria and Libya: Policies, Corruption and Conflict Blake McClintock, Dr. Peter Bell* Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia *Corresponding author . Abstract . Crude petroleum remains the single most imported commodity into Australia and is sourced from a number of countries around the world (Department of Foreign Affairs

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Mining in Australia: Industry Overview IG

An international, dually-listed company, Rio Tinto is one of the two most prominent mining companies in Australia. Mining a variety of minerals, 44% of Rio Tinto’s sales are derived from the extraction and exporting of iron ore. The company’s interests are not limited just to iron ore, as they also mine coal, aluminium, copper and gold

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Australian mining interests in north Bougainville

Australian mining interests in north Bougainville. While the Panguna mine one of the largest operating copper-gold mines in the world until the Bougainville crisis forced its closure in 1989 might grab the attention of many people, there is more going on in Bougainville in relation to mining in than just Panguna. As at the beginning of 2018, four exploration licences have been issued

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Chinese mining interests disrupt Australian election

Australia’s mining industry has boomed over the past 20 years, with most exports of iron ore and coal destined for China. The trend has boosted job creation and driven economic growth, yet it is not without its risks. Australia has become increasingly dependent on a single economy, with China receiving three quarters of Australian coal in 2013, for example. As the Chinese economy has slowed

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Preventing and countering violent extremism in Africa

Australian mining companies have a direct interest in engaging in P/CVE efforts for several reasons. First, these initiatives provide a tangible way for the sector to reduce security risks. Second, improved security will enhance business operations, potentially providing a ‘win–win’ for the mining company, local communities and host government. And finally, since the potential of the

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Foreign investment in mining [GN24] Foreign

As interests in Australian land also includes interests in mining or production licences, such interests must be taken into account in considering if an entity in which a foreign person is proposing to acquire securities is an Australian land corporation or an Australian land trust. Mining companies both offshore and onshore may be an Australian land corporation. The acquisition of the

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Dozens more ancient heritage sites could be destroyed

Dozens more ancient heritage sites could be destroyed by Australian mining companies. RN Breakfast / By Cathy Van Extel and Gregg Borschmann. Posted Fri Friday 12 Jun June 2020 at 5:46pm Fri

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Gina Rinehart Wikipedia

Georgina Hope "Gina" Rinehart (née Hancock, formerly Hayward; born 9 February 1954) is an Australian mining magnate and heiress.Rinehart is Chairman of Hancock Prospecting, a privately-owned mineral exploration and extraction company founded by her father, Lang Hancock.She is one of Australia

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The Australian companies mining $40 billion out of Africa

The Australian companies mining $40 billion out of Africa By Eryk Bagshaw Updated September 10, 2017 — 11.37am first published September 9, 2017 — 12.00am

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