Aussie miners paid A$30.6 billion in company tax and royalties in 2017-18.
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Producing a single metric ton of steel in a blast furnace typically releases around 2.3 tons of carbon dioxide, not much less than you’d get from burning a ton of thermal coal for energy.
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A New York-based company is in talks to buy the 847-megawatt San Juan Generating Station for $1, after four of its five owners decided to shut it down.
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Out of 800 people polled, 40% prioritize work-life balance.
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Brazil’s new right-wing government is going ahead with announced changes to current mining regulations, which include a controversial plan to open up indigenous reserves to mining.
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The study is based on information collected from 33 prospectors and 172 mineral and coal exploration companies operating in British Columbia.
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Miner will pay a special dividend worth $4 billion, or $2.43 cent a share, as it recorded its highest annual underlying earnings in the last five years.
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It’s been a tough few weeks for Australia’s coal industry.
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Project offers Davis an opportunity to relaunch his mining career that started in his native South Africa.
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Wood Mackenzie says close to 8 million tonnes of seaborne supply from Brazil is at risk in 2019.
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