PAC verdict on MTW announced

PAC verdict on MTW announced

October 22, 2015

The Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) has announced this week that the Mount Thorley Warkworth continuation project can be approved subject to strict conditions.

OPINION: Demand for coal strong and set to increase

OPINION: Demand for coal strong and set to increase

October 20, 2015

New data released last week has confirmed the bright future for Hunter coal.

Demand for coal from SE Asia set to ‘triple in the next 25 years’

Demand for coal from SE Asia set to ‘triple in the next 25 years’

October 14, 2015

The outlook is strong for NSW coal, confirmed by a new International Energy Agency report predicting that South-east Asian coal demand is set to triple in the next 25 years.

Resources for Singleton: Upper Hunter MP Michael Johnsen officially opens town’s main street

Resources for Singleton: Upper Hunter MP Michael Johnsen officially opens town’s main street

October 13, 2015

Singleton has celebrated the official opening of its main thoroughfare, John Street. The street was reconstructed and revitalised this year, with the majority of its funding coming directly from the NSW Government’s Resources for Regions funding program.

Port Waratah Terminal 4 approval

Port Waratah Terminal 4 approval

October 02, 2015

The approval of the Port Waratah Terminal 4 project by the Planning Assessment Commission is a significant boost for the Hunter economy and for NSW, reflecting the strong global demand for NSW coal.

PAC gives green light to fourth coal terminal at Port of Newcastle

PAC gives green light to fourth coal terminal at Port of Newcastle

October 01, 2015

This week, the Planning Assessment Commission (PAC) has approved Port Waratah Coal Services (PWCS) T4 project, a fourth coal terminal at the Port of Newcastle.

Greens new tax on jobs and families would hurt NSW

Greens new tax on jobs and families would hurt NSW

September 29, 2015

“The Greens’ proposed new tax on coal companies announced today would cost jobs in regional NSW, particularly in the Hunter and the Illawarra where thousands of people rely on coal mining for their livelihoods, as well as threatening tens of thousands more people that work in the 8,200 NSW businesses that supply the mining industry across our state,” NSW Minerals Council CEO, Stephen Galilee said today.

The Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP appointed as new Minister for Resources

The Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP appointed as new Minister for Resources

September 22, 2015

The NSW Minerals Council congratulates Josh Frydenberg on his appointment as the new federal Minister for Resources, Energy and Northern Australia.

OPINION: Future of coal burns brighter than ever

OPINION: Future of coal burns brighter than ever

September 01, 2015

They say never let the facts get in the way of a good story. In the case of anti-mining advocates, never let the facts get in the way of rusted-on ideology. It’s unfortunate, however, when your views are so utterly contradicted with such immediacy.

2015 Health, Safety, Environment and Community Awards winners announced at major industry dinner

2015 Health, Safety, Environment and Community Awards winners announced at major industry dinner

September 01, 2015

This year’s winners, selected from a shortlist of 48 entries, have been announced at the NSW Minerals Council Health, Safety, Environment and Community Awards in front of over 400 mining industry peers in the Hunter last night.

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