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NSW Minerals Council welcomes results of Resources Regulator Compliance Operation
2019-07-31 07:15:15 UTC
2019-07-12
July 12, 2019
NSW Mining
The NSW Minerals Council has welcomed the results of a recent state-wide compliance operation by the NSW Resources Regulator which revealed high levels of compliance and improvements at mine sites across NSW compared to a similar operation last year.
<h1>NSW Minerals Council welcomes results of Resources Regulator Compliance Operation</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">July 12, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div> The NSW Minerals Council has welcomed the results of a recent state-wide compliance operation by the NSW Resources Regulator which revealed high levels of compliance and improvements at mine sites across NSW compared to a similar operation last year.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “Safety and compliance with mining regulations are paramount in our industry and our people work very hard to ensure they meet the highest standards. The results of the recent state-wide compliance operation conducted by the Resources Regulator show high levels of compliance, as well as improvements on last year’s results,” NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee, said today.</div> <div>  </div> <div> "Following the inspections, the Resource Regulator reported that ‘inspectors observed high levels of compliance across all sectors with only a small number of breaches of concern detected’,” Mr Galilee said.</div> <div>  </div> <div> Inspections were carried out at 112 mine and quarry sites across the State with only eight being identified as having mining regulation compliance breaches and seven prohibition notices served under work health and safety laws.</div> <div>  </div> <div> No prohibition notices were issued to NSW Minerals Council member companies.</div> <div>  </div> <div> This is an improvement on the results of a similar operation conducted by the Regulator in 2018, which resulted in 26 prohibition notices being issued along with eight potential compliance breaches under the Mining Act across the industry.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “The recent tragic fatalities in Queensland are a stark reminder that while our industry generally has a good safety record we need to be continuously vigilant.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> “These compliance operations and inspections undertaken by the Resource Regulator play an important role in ensuring the NSW mining industry maintains world class safety standards,” Mr Galilee said.</div> <div>  </div> <div>  </div> <div> ENDS</div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Contact: Hugo Robinson | <a href="mailto:hrobinson@nswmining.com.au">hrobinson@nswmining.com.au</a> | 0409 758 734 | 02 9274 1419</strong> </div> <div>  </div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
NSW MINERALS COUNCIL WELCOMES NEW SHADOW MINISTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES
2019-07-31 07:15:18 UTC
2019-07-03
July 03, 2019
NSW Mining
Statement from NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee
<h1>NSW MINERALS COUNCIL WELCOMES NEW SHADOW MINISTER FOR NATURAL RESOURCES</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">July 03, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div> <strong>Statement from NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee </strong> </div> <div>  </div> <div> The NSW Minerals Council welcomes the appointment of Paul Scully MP, Member for Wollongong as Labor’s Shadow Minister for Natural Resources.<br> <br>  <img alt="the-wollongong-wrap-up.png" src="/getattachment/menu/Media/News/2019/July/NSW-MINERALS-COUNCIL-WELCOMES-NEW-SHADOW-MINISTER/the-wollongong-wrap-up.png?width=600&height=360" style="width: 600px; height: 360px;" title="the-wollongong-wrap-up.png"> </div> <div>  </div> <div> Mr Scully represents an electorate in the heart of the Illawarra, one of our vital mining regions, and has a solid first hand understanding of the contribution of mining to regional economies and communities. </div> <div>  </div> <div> Mining has a long history in the Illawarra and continues to directly employ over 1,500 people in the region as well as supporting thousands more jobs in nearly 700 local businesses that supply local mining operations.</div> <div>  </div> <div> We look forward to working with Mr Scully to secure a strong mining industry, strong mining communities, and a strong NSW economy.</div> <div>  </div> <div> The NSW Minerals Council also warmly thanks the Hon. Adam Searle MLC for his contribution over nearly four years as Shadow Minister for Resources.  Mr Searle was a strong advocate for NSW mining communities and his contribution was highly appreciated by our industry.  We wish him well in his new position within the Shadow Ministry in the important role of Shadow Minister for Planning and Better Living. </div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Contact: Brad Emery | <a href="mailto:bemery@nswmining.com.au">bemery@nswmining.com.au</a> | 0450620254 | 02 9274 1400</strong> </div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
NSW Minerals Council HSEC Finalists Announced
2019-07-31 07:15:21 UTC
2019-06-28
June 28, 2019
NSW Mining
Finalists for the NSW Minerals Council’s annual Health, Safety, Environment and Community Awards have been announced, showcasing some of the industry’s top innovators and corporate citizens.
<h1>NSW Minerals Council HSEC Finalists Announced</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 28, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div> Finalists for the NSW Minerals Council’s annual Health, Safety, Environment and Community Awards have been announced, showcasing some of the industry’s top innovators and corporate citizens.</div> <div> <br> <img alt="HSEC-Awards-2019-Finalists.jpg" src="/getattachment/bb0e65de-8355-4bd9-8554-7b159879eedb/HSEC-Awards-2019-Finalists.jpg?width=650&height=286" style="width: 650px; height: 286px;" title="HSEC-Awards-2019-Finalists.jpg"> </div> <div>  </div> <div> The nine finalists have been chosen for their achievements in ‘workforce health’, ‘mine safety’, ‘environmental sustainability’ and ‘community engagement’.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “All of our award finalists are of a very high standard, demonstrating our industry’s commitment to improving our workplace health and safety, our environmental practices, and our engagement with local mining communities,” NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee said today.</div> <div>  </div> <div> Award winners will be announced at a special dinner event to be held during 2019 NSW Minerals Council Health, Safety, Environment and Community Conference (HSEC) with more than 500 people from mining communities across NSW expected to attend.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “Our HSEC Conference is one of the NSW mining industry's most annual important events featuring a range of high calibre speakers from industry and government focusing on breakthroughs in workplace health and safety, community relations, and environmental management.”</div> <div>  </div> <div> “The Conference provides a valuable opportunity to bring our industry together to discuss our challenges, identify innovation opportunities, and celebrate excellence, with a strong focus on how we can continue to improve in the future,” Mr Galilee said. </div> <div>  </div> <div> The eight finalists are:</div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Health Excellence: </strong> </div> <ul> <li> Glencore’s Ravensworth Open Cut Mine - Improving Fatigue Management </li> <li> Whitehaven Coal’s Narrabri Underground Mine - Narrabri Gumboot Improvements Trials </li> </ul> <div> <strong>Safety Excellence</strong> </div> <ul> <li> Centennial Coal’s Myuna Colliery - Monorail Bracket </li> <li> Newcrest Mining Limited’s Cadia Valley Operations - LHD Bucket Rotational Stand</li> </ul> <div> <strong>Community Excellence</strong> </div> <ul> <li> CMOC- Northparkes Mines - White Ribbon Campaign</li> <li> Idemitsu Australia Resources -The consultation of cultural recordings of stories told by Kamilaroi People. </li> </ul> <div> <strong>Environmental Excellence</strong> </div> <ul> <li> Whitehaven Coal’s Maules Creek Mine - FEEL THE BURN – Using Ecological Burns to IGNITE the Ecological Restoration of Former Agricultural Landscapes</li> <li> Yancoal’s Duralie Coal Mine - Nest Box Programme</li> </ul> <div>  </div> <div> Details of the finalists can be found <a href="http://www.nswmining.com.au/events/health,-safety,-environment-community-conference/2019-hsec-awards/awards-finalists" target="_blank">here</a>.</div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Inquiries: Hugo Robinson | <a href="mailto:hrobinson@nswmining.com.au">hrobinson@nswmining.com.au</a> | 0409 758 734</strong> </div> <div>  </div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
NSW Minerals Council welcomes Wallarah 2 Mining Lease
2019-07-31 07:15:24 UTC
2019-06-21
June 21, 2019
NSW Mining
The NSW Minerals Council has welcomed the decision of the NSW Government to issue a Mining Lease for the job-creating Wallarah 2 Coal Project.
<h1>NSW Minerals Council welcomes Wallarah 2 Mining Lease</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 21, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div> The NSW Minerals Council has welcomed the decision of the NSW Government to issue a Mining Lease for the job-creating Wallarah 2 Coal Project.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “This is a very positive sign that the recently re-elected NSW Government is serious about backing regional jobs and investment during the term of this Parliament,” NSW Minerals Council CEO said today.</div> <div>  </div> <div> The project will be a huge boost to the Central Coast region. It will support more than 1000 direct and indirect jobs during construction, 300 direct jobs in the mining operation for the 28 year life of the mine, and another 500 indirect jobs in retail, building, transport and other sectors.</div> <div>  </div> <div> Over the life of the project, Wallarah 2 is forecast to drive over $600 million in economic turnover into the regional economy and hundreds of millions in royalties and taxes to the State Government to help fund hospitals, roads and schools for the people of NSW across the State.</div> <div>  </div> <div>  “Wallarah 2 has been one of the most scrutinised mining projects in NSW history, subjected to repeated assessment over a ridiculous 16 year period, including by independent scientific experts, the Department of Planning, and the Independent Planning Commission, before receiving a positive determination last year.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> “This project has also been used as a political football at successive state elections. However that’s now all in the past and we commend the NSW Government for granting the project a Mining Lease so it can proceed</div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
2019-20 NSW STATE BUDGET | RECORD MINING ROYALTIES HELPING PROVIDE BETTER SERVICES IN NSW
2019-07-31 07:15:26 UTC
2019-06-18
June 18, 2019
NSW Mining
Today’s NSW State Budget demonstrates the importance of a strong mining sector to the NSW economy, with mining royalties at record levels and forecast to deliver the revenue needed to keep the NSW Budget in surplus over the forward estimates to 2022-23.
<h1>2019-20 NSW STATE BUDGET | RECORD MINING ROYALTIES HELPING PROVIDE BETTER SERVICES IN NSW</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 18, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div> Today’s NSW State Budget demonstrates the importance of a strong mining sector to the NSW economy, with mining royalties at record levels and forecast to deliver the revenue needed to keep the NSW Budget in surplus over the forward estimates to 2022-23.</div> <div>  </div> <div> While Budget surpluses are expected to average $1.7 billion over the next four years, mining royalties are forecast to deliver nearly $8 billion, or an annual average of $1.97 billion over the same period, keeping the Budget in surplus while helping to pay for record investment in infrastructure and services.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “Mining in NSW provides over 40,000 direct jobs, mostly in the regions, and the record royalty revenue being generated by a strong mining sector is making a big contribution to the NSW Budget too,” NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee said today.</div> <div>  </div> <div> The NSW Treasurer acknowledged this in his Budget Speech today, recognising a miner in the public gallery before telling the packed Parliament, “He knows, as we do, just how much we depend on our miners for their contribution to our economy, and just how much they depend on us to do the right thing by them with policies that help, rather than hurt.”</div> <div>  </div> <div> “This heartfelt tribute to the miners of NSW from the Treasurer in State Parliament will be warmly welcomed by thousands of miners and their families in towns and communities right across the State.”</div> <div>  </div> <div> Mining communities across NSW will also warmly welcome confirmation in today’s Budget that the Treasurer has kept the Coalition’s pre-election commitment not to increase royalty rates.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “Strong royalty revenue is being delivered without increasing royalty rates, unlike other states where royalty increases have been proposed. Keeping this pre-election commitment will help to protect mining jobs across regional NSW and make NSW a more attractive destination for global mining investment.”</div> <div>  </div> <div> Increased royalty revenue could be generated by the approval of more mining projects across NSW, which would also deliver more long-term mining jobs for regional NSW.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “There are around 25 mining projects currently in the NSW planning system with the potential to create or protect thousands of jobs and generate billions more in royalty revenue for the people of NSW. Approving these projects would deliver significant benefits for mining communities, for the NSW budget and for the NSW economy more generally.”</div> <div>  </div> <div> Today’s Budget also confirms the NSW Government’s ongoing commitment to regional mining communities through the Resources for Regions program funded from the Regional Growth Fund.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “The additional $100m committed to the $1.7 billion Regional Growth Fund is welcome, and we will be looking for a significant increase in funding made available for Resources for Regions as part of the Deputy Premier’s foreshadowed review of this important program," he said.</div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Contact: Hugo Robinson | <a href="mailto:hrobinson@nswmining.com.au">hrobinson@nswmining.com.au</a> | 0409 758 734 | 02 9274 1419</strong> </div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
Time to repeal NSW ban on uranium mining and nuclear power
2019-07-31 07:15:29 UTC
2019-06-12
June 12, 2019
NSW Mining
The NSW Minerals Council supports the proposed repeal of 1986 legislation banning uranium mining and nuclear power for electricity generation in NSW.
<h1>Time to repeal NSW ban on uranium mining and nuclear power</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 12, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent">The NSW Minerals Council supports the proposed repeal of 1986 legislation banning uranium mining and nuclear power for electricity generation in NSW.  <div>  </div> <div> “The NSW uranium and nuclear ban is out of date and out of touch, and it’s repeal is long overdue,” NSW Minerals Council CEO, Stephen Galilee, said today. </div> <div>  </div> <div> “The ban on exploring for uranium was repealed in 2012, yet the mining ban remains, creating the absurd situation where it’s legal to explore for uranium in NSW, but illegal to mine it if found.”  </div> <div>  </div> <div> Mr Galilee said the Private Members Bill to be introduced into NSW Parliament by the Hon Mark Latham MLC would reverse this ridiculous situation and follow the example of other states. </div> <div>  </div> <div> “It makes no sense that if you step across the NSW border into South Australia it’s legal to mine uranium, as it is in Western Australia and the Northern Territory, yet not here in NSW.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> Removing the ban on uranium extraction has the potential to open up a new export opportunity for our State, creating jobs, investment and royalties for the people of NSW.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> Similarly, the ban on nuclear power for energy generation undermines any genuine technology-neutral approach to energy policy in NSW. </div> <div>  </div> <div> “A true technology-neutral approach to energy policy does not declare one particular form of electricity generation ‘illegal’, especially a source of energy generation that is widely used in many other countries around the world.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> “Nuclear power is part of the energy mix in some of the largest global economies, including many held up as shining examples of having low emissions electricity. It doesn’t make sense that we aren’t even able to consider it as a part of our energy mix here.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> “We commend NSW Deputy Premier John Barilaro for his strong interest on this issue and hope his public intervention signals a new opportunity for consideration of nuclear power in NSW.” </div> <div>  </div> <div> “Households and businesses across NSW are struggling to pay their power bills. NSW is facing a serious shortfall in electricity generation in 2022 when AGL closes the Liddell power station.  If we’re serious about finding a solution to these issues, no form of generation should be off the table,” Mr Galilee said.  </div> <div>  </div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue May 2019 Newsletter
2019-07-31 07:15:32 UTC
2019-06-04
June 04, 2019
NSW Mining
The Dialogue's May 2019 Newsletter contains updates on the Dialogue's recent key projects and new projects supported by the 2018 Annual Forum discussion sessions.
<h1>Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue May 2019 Newsletter</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 04, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div style="box-sizing: border-box; font-size: 16px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> <span style="font-size:12px;">The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue has been busy in the first half of 2019. The May 2019 newsletter updates our stakeholders on the progress of a variety of existing and new Dialogue projects and stakeholder engagement activities that seek to address the cumulative impacts of mining across the Upper Hunter.</span> </div> <div style="box-sizing: border-box; font-size: 16px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);">  </div> <div style="box-sizing: border-box; font-size: 16px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> <span style="font-size:12px;">Please click on the following link, or the newsletter picture below, for more information regarding:</span> </div> <div style="box-sizing: border-box; font-size: 16px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> <br> <span style="font-size:12px;"><a href="/getattachment/menu/Media/News/2019/May/Upper-Hunter-Mining-Dialogue-May-2019-Newsletter-(/UHMD-Newsletter_May_2019.pdf">Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue - May 2019 Newsletter</a></span> </div> <ul style="box-sizing: border-box; margin: 1em 0px; font-size: 16px; background-color: rgb(255, 255, 255);"> <li style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <div style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <span style="font-size:12px;">FRESH FORUM SUCCESS - A refreshed format featuring increased engagement drew a record turnout to the Dialogue’s 2018 Annual Forum in Muswellbrook.</span> </div> </li> <li style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <div style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <span style="font-size:12px;">GOLD MINE OF IDEAS - Participants at the Annual Forum have unearthed a gold mine of potential project ideas for the Dialogue. Get to know what we'll be working on throughout 2019.</span> </div> </li> <li style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <div style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <span style="font-size:12px;">HELP MAKE HUNTER BETTER - The Dialogue is looking for community representatives interested in helping make the Upper Hunter a better place for all.</span> </div> </li> <li style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <div style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <span style="font-size:12px;">SCHOOL TOURS HIT THE ROAD - The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue’s School Mine Tours Program is hitting the road for 2019, with a full program of tours for eager local students.</span> </div> </li> <li style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <span style="font-size:12px;">BARILARO GETS UHMD BRIEFING - Deputy Premier John Barilaro gets a firsthand briefing on the Dialogue’s activities during a visit to Upper Hunter mines.</span> </li> </ul> <div style="box-sizing: border-box;"> <a href="/getattachment/menu/Media/News/2019/May/Upper-Hunter-Mining-Dialogue-May-2019-Newsletter-(/UHMD-Newsletter_May_2019.pdf"><img alt="" src="/getattachment/d1f2d618-0f93-4b38-8dfd-a62e6dc03637/newsletter_1905.jpg"></a> </div> </div> </div>
NSW Mining
School tours back on the road
2019-07-31 07:15:34 UTC
2019-06-04
June 04, 2019
NSW Mining
The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue’s School Mine Tours Program is on the road for 2019.
<h1>School tours back on the road</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 04, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent">The Upper Hunter Mining Dialogue’s School Mine Tours Program is on the road for 2019.<br> <br> The School Mine Tours Program will see 18 schools from the Muswellbrook-Singleton area tour 13 Upper Hunter mines. The schedule includes 21 tours across the year with about 800 Year 5 and Year 8/9 students participating.<br> <br> May kicked off the 2019 tours program with three mines hosting tours from four schools - Mt Pleasant Public School students toured Glendell Mine, Australian Christian College, Singleton, visited Hunter Valley Operations and St Joseph’s Primary School, Denman, and Pacific Brook Christian School pupils travelled to Bengalla Mine.<br> <br> The Dialogue tours program aims to offer a fact-based, first-hand educational experience to teach local students about the impacts and benefits of coal mining in the Upper Hunter.<br> <br> The Dialogue offers the free tours to all schools in the Singleton-Muswellbrook educational catchment and the program uses educational materials and messaging developed by a Dialogue working group made up of teachers, community members and industry and local government representatives.<br> <br> A number of photos from recent tours are included below.<br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/bff366cf-2f44-447c-a8d3-857519ac752b/beng1.JPG?width=645&height=387" style="width: 645px; height: 387px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/cc714de3-e031-47b5-b396-055c829e55f9/beng2.JPG?width=645&height=466" style="width: 645px; height: 466px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/41ba1819-2160-48f9-bc35-7940740dcf36/beng4.JPG?width=645&height=483" style="width: 645px; height: 483px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/0d9f11d0-e603-4169-94a8-2cb78619f31d/beng5.JPG?width=645&height=421" style="width: 645px; height: 421px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/38ce8cba-52c8-44d2-9544-3f0ba9140b0c/lookout1.JPG?width=645&height=421" style="width: 645px; height: 421px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/bbc217dd-832f-4439-84ce-8acd2eff99b2/lookout2.JPG?width=645&height=420" style="width: 645px; height: 420px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/e1fced27-e165-4490-9239-c5563dc762b0/lookout3.JPG" style="width: 645px; height: 953px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/fc000160-8965-433e-b16b-3994f2950a3a/lookout4.JPG" style="width: 645px; height: 419px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/2d19e852-e569-4dc4-9afc-56956c26a1ae/lookout5.JPG?width=645&height=818" style="width: 645px; height: 818px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/22e51fe5-c88a-4b19-881b-13843f44c417/truck1.JPG?width=645&height=1020" style="width: 645px; height: 1020px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/cc805423-18fc-4dbe-8c61-256170cde56f/truck2.JPG?width=645&height=430" style="width: 645px; height: 430px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/67509953-0e72-46da-9b23-0cafb607fb96/truck3.JPG?width=645&height=797" style="width: 645px; height: 797px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/d4036733-cf1b-4f89-8e74-b5d22915c0ed/truck4.JPG?width=645&height=821" style="width: 645px; height: 821px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/cd9dcdd3-edf6-4cf5-85dc-d0a09536aef4/truck5.JPG?width=645&height=379" style="width: 645px; height: 379px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/cdd457c9-42f4-43c0-b6c2-d5c06a4c8aa9/workshop1.JPG?width=645&height=408" style="width: 645px; height: 408px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/19296341-93ac-41cb-842d-297564e07f73/lookout6.JPG?width=645&height=395" style="width: 645px; height: 395px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/11028997-fde9-4b18-aaa8-510d0f73b954/lookout7.JPG?width=645&height=411" style="width: 645px; height: 411px;"><br> <br> <img alt="" src="/getattachment/b408125c-019b-44ff-82e9-526fece0a0f3/lookout8.JPG" style="width: 645px; height: 408px;"><br> <br> <br> </div> </div>
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NSW Minerals Council welcomes confirmation of State Government commitment on royalties
2019-07-31 07:15:37 UTC
2019-06-03
June 03, 2019
NSW Mining
The NSW Minerals Council welcomes the NSW Government’s commitment today on mining royalties in the upcoming State Budget.
<h1>NSW Minerals Council welcomes confirmation of State Government commitment on royalties</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">June 03, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent">The NSW Minerals Council welcomes the NSW Government’s commitment today on mining royalties in the upcoming State Budget.<br> <br> As reported in The Australian newspaper today, NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrotet has stated:<br> <br> “We have no plans to increase mining royalties in the upcoming NSW budget.”<br> <br> “While uncertainty has been created by changes related to mining royalties in some other states, we welcome the certainty created by this commitment from the NSW Treasurer in relation to NSW mining royalties,” NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee said today.<br> <br> Today’s announcement by the Treasurer is also consistent with written commitments received from the NSW Coalition Government and Labor Opposition prior to the recent NSW election.<br> <br> The commitment received from the Coalition prior to the NSW election stated:<br> <br> “There are no plans to increase mining royalties in the next term of Parliament. There are also no plans to increase industry fees and levies by more than CPI in the next term of Parliament.”<br> <br> A copy of the correspondence provided on behalf of the NSW Coalition can be found here -<br> <br> www.nswmining.com.au/NSWMining/media/NSW-Mining/2019%20Election/NSW-Mining-2019-NSW-Electi on-Policy-Priorities-Ministerial-Response.pdf<br> <br> The NSW Labor Opposition also provided a similar commitment, stating:<br> <br> “A Daley Government will not increase the rates at which mining royalties are levied.”<br> <br> A copy of the correspondence provided on behalf of the NSW Opposition can be found here -<br> <br> www.nswmining.com.au/NSWMining/media/NSW-Mining/2019%20Election/DOC140319.pdf<br> <br> ENDS<br> <br> Hugo Robinson | NSW Minerals Council | hrobinson@nswmining.com.au | 0409 758 734 | 02 9274 1419</div> </div>
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NSW Mining 2019 Industry and Suppliers’ Award Winners Announced
2019-07-31 07:15:39 UTC
2019-05-30
May 30, 2019
NSW Mining
The contribution of the NSW mining industry to our state was recognised at NSW Parliament last night with representatives of the NSW mining industry and mining supplier businesses joining over 20 Members of Parliament at the 2019 Industry and Suppliers Awards Dinner.
<h1>NSW Mining 2019 Industry and Suppliers’ Award Winners Announced</h1> <div class="NewsBody"> <p class="date">May 30, 2019</p> <div class="TextContent"> <div> The contribution of the NSW mining industry to our state was recognised at NSW Parliament last night with representatives of the NSW mining industry and mining supplier businesses joining over 20 Members of Parliament at the 2019 Industry and Suppliers Awards Dinner.</div> <div>  </div> <div> NSW Deputy Premier and Minister for Regional New South Wales, Industry and Trade, The Hon. John Barilaro, delivered the keynote address at the dinner, praising the contribution mining makes to the NSW economy and regional communities right across the State.</div> <div>  </div> <div> NSW Minerals Council CEO Stephen Galilee, said that the awards highlighted the importance of mining in fostering growth in regional communities by providing jobs and investment.</div> <div>  </div> <div> “Our Industry and Suppliers’ Awards highlight the vital role mining plays in NSW, particularly the contribution our industry makes to regional communities. We had outstanding entries for the awards this year, reflecting the quality of our State’s world-class mining sector,” Mr Galilee said following the Awards. </div> <div>  </div> <div> “A strong mining sector is critical to NSW. Over 40,000 people work in mining in NSW, and coal, copper and gold are our State’s most valuable exports. NSW also relies on our sector for its energy needs, with our coal helping to generate around 80 per cent of NSW electricity,” he said.</div> <div>  </div> <div> Industry and Supplier Award Winners:</div> <div>  </div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Outstanding Supplier - Sponsored by Yancoal Australia</strong> </div> <div>  </div> <div> WINNER: Hitachi Construction Machinery</div> <div>  </div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Mining Operation of the Year - Sponsored by Quarry Mining and Construction Equipment</strong> </div> <div>  </div> <div> WINNER: Peabody, Wambo Coal Mine</div> <div>  </div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Young Achiever - Sponsored by Evolution Mining</strong> </div> <div>  </div> <div> WINNER: Nicholas Sainty - Peabody,  Wambo Coal Mine</div> <div>  </div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Outstanding Contribution to Mining - Sponsored by The Bloomfield Group</strong> </div> <div>  </div> <div> WINNER: Mick Buffer, Glencore</div> <div>  </div> <div>  </div> <div> <strong>Hugo Robinson | NSW Minerals Council | <a href="mailto:hrobinson@nswmining.com.au">hrobinson@nswmining.com.au</a> | 0409 758 734 | 02 9274 1419</strong> </div> <div>  </div> </div> </div>
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