Minerals Council of Australia news
MCA confirms 2050 ambition of net zero emissions
The Minerals Council of Australia has confirmed the industry’s ambition to achieve net zero emissions by 2050 in support of the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Minerals Council of Australia launches new phase of More to Mining campaign
Filmed at Anglo American’s Dawson Mine in Central Queensland, the new phase of the Minerals Council of Australia’s 'More to Mining' campaign shows that Australian mining companies understand that land rehabilitation is fundamental to responsible mining.
Reducing emissions and powering jobs with Australian thermal coal
The third and final report in the Minerals Council of Australia’s ‘Best in Class: Australia’s Bulk Commodity Giants’ series outlines why the qualities of Australian thermal coal give Australian companies a competitive edge in world markets while supporting jobs, innovation, and regional communities.
Global growth will be fuelled by Queensland resources
The Queensland Resources Council has said that Queenslanders can count on resources to help the state recover from COVID-19 and thrive well into the future.
Australian metallurgical coal to continue supporting economies
Australia will continue to be a strong supplier of metallurgical coal over the next couple of decades due to its high quality, according to a report recently released by the Minerals Council of Australia.
Australia’s mining export success in Asia to continue
The Minerals Council of Australia’s ‘New Frontiers’ research project has found that Australia’s mining export success story in the Asian region has a long way to run.
Thermal coal exports on the rise to Asia and India
Adani has welcomed the recently released economic report from Commodity Insights that demonstrates there is a strong demand for thermal coal in Asia and India over the next decade.
Technology to help meet future emissions challenges
The Minerals Council of Australia has released a report by Commodity Insights on the outlook for thermal coal demand in the Asia Pacific region.
Strong future for Australian minerals despite global uncertainty
The International Energy Agency’s World Energy Outlook is a reminder of the disruption to energy supply and demand caused by COVID-19, the burden on emerging economies, and the need to redouble efforts to reduce emissions using all available technologies.
MCA comments on Springvale mine incident
A coal mine worker was recently found deceased at the Springvale mine in New South Wales, Australia.