The Australian coal industry has launched a new coal advertising campaign – Coal: Making the future possible – that highlights the important role coal will play in the world’s future energy mix while reducing emissions.
The Report confirms that Australia remains the world’s largest coal exporter, contributing more than $40 billion to the national economy.
Statement from Minerals Council of Australia
The figures demonstrate that developing nations in South East Asia require high quality coal to meet increased electricity demand, powered by the growing urbanization of the population.
There is cause for optimism in the resource and mining sector with export values forecast to increase by 35 per cent by 2020-21, according to the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s Resources and Energy Quarterly released today.
Despite tougher market conditions, Australian miners have continued to drive record export volumes.
The Minerals Council of Australia has today released a new publication The Whole Story that details the contribution that Australia’s mining industry makes to communities across Australia.
A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) – Clean Coal Centre - has detailed the changing electricity generation landscape in the rapidly growing countries of South and East Asia.
Japan has been a long-standing market for Australian uranium exports, providing around one-third of their total uranium supply, valued at around $250 million.