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  • Progressive Risk and Value

    R. Samuel Davies, Matthew Greentr...

    11 August 2016

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  • Sharing the benefits: enhancing Australia’s global leadership in the mining value chain

    This report examines the globalisation of the Australian mining industry, which is often not well understood amongst commentators and policy-makers. The authors find that Australian mining has grown well beyond Australia’s borders, powered by world-leading knowledge and t...

    Progressive Risk and Value

    Jim Redden, Ian Satchwell

    30 July 2016

  • Who will make the next Greenfields Discovery

    This deliberately provocative question was posed to a panel of participants at the recent AMIRA Exploration Managers conference. It prompted me to go away and interrogate the excellent the SNL Metals & Mining database and reports on recent exploration discoveries1 & 2....

    Progressive Risk and Value

    25 May 2015

  • How to Improve Mining Tax Administration and Collection Frameworks

    This sourcebook focuses on mineral royalties and on other taxation measures that are specific to mining activities, with particular emphasis on imposts of common application in most developing countries, which may create challenges in their administration.

    The legisla...

    Pietro Guj, Bryan Maybee

    7 April 2015

  • How to Improve Mining Tax Administration and Collection Frameworks

    By Pietro Guj, Boubacar Bocoum, James Limerick, Murray Meaton, and Bryan Maybee
    April 2013

    This sourcebook focuses on mineral royalties and on other taxation measures that
    are specific to mining activities, with particular emphasis on imposts of common...

    Pietro Guj

    17 March 2015

  • Applied Energy Power Investment

    Greenhouse gas (GHG) intensive fuels are currently a major input into the Australian electricity sector. Accordingly, climate change mitigation policies represent a systematic risk to investment in electricity generation assets. Although the Australian government introduced car...

    Mahdi Shahnazari, Jonathan Whale,...

    23 January 2014

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  • Taking Aim at Risk

    "At last year's London Mines and Money, the cold atmosphere handing over the city's mining sector was reported by RESOURCESTOCK as being as grim as the weather........"

    John Sykes

    22 December 2013

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  • Anatomy of a Bear Market

    New research from the Centre for Exploration Targeting indicates that the struggling Australian minerals IPO market may be a long-term problem for the mining industry. This raises questions about where the world will source its ever-growing requirements for minerals.

    Progressive Risk and Value

    John Sykes

    31 July 2013

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  • 2012 CET Annual Review

    In this document we briefly summarise the tremendous success that CET has enjoyed over the 7 years since its inception, and how we are well positioned to meet the future needs of society through fundamental research and its application to the minerals industry.

    Jon Hronsky, Campbell McCuaig

    31 July 2013

  • The statistics of the rare earths industry

    Rare earths are essential to green technologies, but China supplies 98% of them. Some have risen in price 200-fold – by 20 000% – in a year. Is China holding the world to ransom? A World Trade Organisation case is brewing. Rare earths are not rare, say Mark Tyrer an...

    Progressive Risk and Value

    Mark Tyrer, John Sykes

    14 May 2013

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