Department for Manufacturing,
Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy

Commodities Outlook for
South Australia

Paul Heith...
Resources is a tough game

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But look at China

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And look at China again

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Barry Dawe’s Thesis

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South Australian Mineral Exploration Expenditure 1993-2012
Olympic Dam
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MCA Scorecard of Approvals 2012, publ. June 2013
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RESOURCESTOCKS – South Australia, Australia’s NO.1 !!!
For the fourth consecutive year, South Australia is Australia’s bes...
THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RESOURCE SECTOR

• South Australia is rich
in resources

World Class Deposits

Copper

67% of Austral...
COPPER

3 operational copper mines

4 development projects

40 prospects
67% of Australia’s economically
demonstrated copp...
PROJECTS NEEDED TO MEET WORLD COPPER
DEMAND

Mt Contained
Cu

COPPER WILL BE
HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER
IN THE FOLLOWING
DECADE

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Olympic Dam
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BHP Billiton owned
Copper, uranium,
gold, silver
Australia’s largest
u/ground mine,
~ 300 km tunne...
Olympic Dam Expansion Deferred
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Deferral announced in August 2012
 BHP Billiton considering less capital intensive
meth...
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URANIUM

3 operational mines and 1 approved mine

78% of Australia’s identified resources

25% of the world’s uranium reso...
IRON ORE

3 operational iron ore mines

20 development projects

14 billion tonnes in identified resources

Forecast produ...
OIL & GAS
Cooper Basin
Exploration & development for 50+ years

Otway Basin
Mature & immature conventional/unconventional ...
VISION: The unconventional gas revolution will
deliver decades of safe, secure, competitive gas
To reach the vision

• Pot...
Priorities to foster sustainable, profitable projects
roundtable and roadmap for unconventional gas
• Outcome:
Attain the ...
Priorities to foster sustainable, profitable projects
roundtable and roadmap for unconventional gas
Top priorities to buil...
Go TO
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AUSTRALIA
South Australia
DRILL A WELL
BINGO
SORTED

www.petroleum.dmitre.sa.gov.au

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DEEP GAS IN THE COOPER BASIN
EIA: 85 TCF sales gas in Cooper Basin shales
Beach Energy: PEL 218: Encounter, Holdfast
and M...
REM shale

Toolachee
coal thickness

Up to 1000m of
gas-filled shale,
siltstone, coal &
sandstone

Ro = 0.95%

Deep coal
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RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE

$10+ billion in announced infrastructure

Path to Market Projects
6 port projects, multiple slur...
EXISTING RAIL NETWORK
PRINCIPAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAIL OPERATIONS
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Connections to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Darwin.

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EXISTING ROAD NETWORK
PRINCIPAL ROAD NETWORK
South Australia’s road network is in excess of 23,000km and covers all key mi...
IRON ORE
IRON ORE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
South Australia is the birthplace of the Australian iron ore industry with existing o...
INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND
PROPOSED IRON ORE PRODUCTION
Infrastructure demand will be heavily driven by the development and pro...
INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND – NORTH GAWLER
NORTH GAWLER CRATON IRON ORE PRODUCTION
Situated more than 800km north west of Adelai...
INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND – SOUTH GAWLER
SOUTH GAWLER CRATON IRON ORE PRODUCTION
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7 Reasons to Invest in South Australia’s Resources
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Dr Paul Heithersay, Chief Executive – Deputy Chief Executive - Minerals and Energy, Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy, State, Government of South Australia delivered this presentation at the 2013 Mining South Australia conference. The conference has been produced specifically for the South Australian mining and regional development community and represents a unique opportunity to hear the latest developments from the major projects, mines and explorers in South Australia. For more information on the annual event, please visit the conference website: http://www.informa.com.au/miningsa2013

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Paul Heithersay, Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy, State, Government of South Australia: Commodities outlook for South Australia

  1. 1. Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy Commodities Outlook for South Australia Paul Heithersay Deputy Chief Executive Resources and Energy Group 26 November 2013 www.dmitre.sa.gov.au
  2. 2. Resources is a tough game 2
  3. 3. But look at China 3
  4. 4. And look at China again 4
  5. 5. Barry Dawe’s Thesis 5
  6. 6. South Australian Mineral Exploration Expenditure 1993-2012 Olympic Dam drill-out Hillside discovery 400 16.00% 350 14.00% Jacinth-Ambrosia discovery 300 250 Carrapateena discovery Olympic Dam Expansion 12.00% 10.00% Four Mile discovery SASP Target 41 - $200m to 2015 200 8.00% Prominent Hill discovery 150 $ Million 100 PACE 2020 PACE 6.00% Challenger discovery 4.00% 50 2.00% 0 0.00% South Australia Minerals Expenditure SA % share of Australia 6
  7. 7. South Australian Mineral Exploration Licences 2013 Applications Granted Renewed Transferred Surrendered CurrentTotal (Active) 11 6 5 Nil 2 972 421,923.00 sqkm Mineral Claims 3 4 NA NA NA 109 16,874.58 Ha Mineral Leases Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 896 99,627.61 Ha Extractive MLs Nil Nil Nil Nil 1 706 16,271.86 Ha Misc. Purposes Licences Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 104 12,086.16 Ha Retention Leases Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil 40 47,896.70 Ha Exploration Licences Area September 2013 January 2004
  8. 8. South Australian Mineral and Petroleum Production by Commodity 2000/01 – 2012/13 7 6 5 4 3 2 $ Billions 1 0 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 Copper Hematite Magnetite Gold Uranium Coal Other Metallics Industrial Construction Gemstones Caroline 1 CO2 (well) Condensate Crude Oil Ethane LPG 2012-13 Natural Gas Source: Resource Production Statistics for year ended 30 June 2013 – complied by DMITRE 8
  9. 9. MCA Scorecard of Approvals 2012, publ. June 2013 South Australia leads Australian and New Zealand mining jurisdictions securing the highest scores on 12/19 issues relating to the design and implementation of policies and regulations linked to mining approvals, maintaining its leadership position since the last scorecard release in 2006. ‘The SA system works well and is driven by a positive attitude toward mining which derives from the top echelons of government. This is reflected in a positive and assistive attitude by the Lead Assessment Agency which has been empowered by government to expeditiously seek whole of government solutions in approving mining projects’ The result confirms South Australia leads all jurisdictions in Australia and New Zealand for the majority of mining approval, environmental assessments and land access. 9
  10. 10. RESOURCESTOCKS – South Australia, Australia’s NO.1 !!! For the fourth consecutive year, South Australia is Australia’s best low risk destination for resources investment according to the RESOURCESTOCK World Risk Survey for 2013. Though South Australia leads within Australia, South Australia ranked 10th, behind Canadian provinces (TAS 12th, WA 13th, VIC 15th, Qld 16th, NT 17th and NSW 18th) Australia rated 6th out of forty countries up from 7th last year. “South Australia has again won the „battle of the states‟, with its reputable mines and petroleum department bending over backwards as always to facilitate investment and its geology still highly regarded. Its oil and gas industry is booming in the Cooper Basin with links to multibillion dollar LNG projects in Queensland and a guaranteed market in NSW and Victoria. On the mining side, the Eyre Peninsula is growing a reputation as “the Pilbara of graphite‟ – to say nothing of the state‟s well established copper, uranium, gold and zinc mining industry among others.” The survey is based on members of the global mining and petroleum sectors, including investors, supply companies who were asked to rank on perceived risk factors including financial, sovereign, land access, green and red tape, social risk, infrastructure, civil unrest, natural disasters and labour relations. 10
  11. 11. THE SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RESOURCE SECTOR • South Australia is rich in resources World Class Deposits Copper 67% of Australia’s economically demonstrated copper resources Gold 30% of Australia’s economically demonstrated gold resources Uranium 78% of Australia’s identified resources Iron Ore 14 billion tonnes in identified resources • World Class Deposits 21 mines in 2013 11 Minerals Sands Silver Coal Zinc Lead Graphite 4 mines in 2003 Rare earths Nickel Tin
  12. 12. COPPER 3 operational copper mines 4 development projects 40 prospects 67% of Australia’s economically demonstrated copper resources Many of the deposits in South Australia’s copper provinces are covered by a sequence of younger rocks that have effectively hidden many large copper deposits from the early explorers. 12 For more information on copper please contact Invest in South Australia
  13. 13. PROJECTS NEEDED TO MEET WORLD COPPER DEMAND Mt Contained Cu COPPER WILL BE HIGHLY SOUGHT AFTER IN THE FOLLOWING DECADE WORLD COPPER DEMAND • The long term growth in demand for copper is to accelerate driven in large part by the urbanisation of China and India. • 1997-2011: Global refined copper demand increase of 2.8% p.a. • 2011-2022 : Forecast global refined copper demand increase of 5.2% p.a. WORLD COPPER SUPPLY • The output from existing mines are expected to decline by 2.1% pa from 2013-2022 • Forecast supply from committed projects are not expected to meet demand • New sources of production will be required with large discoveries occurring with less frequency 2 Source: IBIS World forecast, US Geological Survey, Brazilian Symposium on Mineral Exploration- CRU presentation
  14. 14. Olympic Dam      BHP Billiton owned Copper, uranium, gold, silver Australia’s largest u/ground mine, ~ 300 km tunnels 570 km north of Adelaide Roxby Downs ~ 4500 people 14
  15. 15. Olympic Dam Expansion Deferred  Deferral announced in August 2012  BHP Billiton considering less capital intensive methods  SA Government have extended Indenture option to 2016  BHP Billiton will spend around $650 Million researching new options  Includes $10 million towards Mining Skills Centre of Excellence 15
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  17. 17. URANIUM 3 operational mines and 1 approved mine 78% of Australia’s identified resources 25% of the world’s uranium resources Olympic Dam – the world’s largest uranium deposit South Australia has an unusually high incidence of ‘felsic magmatic rocks’, these provide an excellent naturally elevated source for uranium. 17 For more information on uranium please contact Invest in South Australia
  18. 18. IRON ORE 3 operational iron ore mines 20 development projects 14 billion tonnes in identified resources Forecast production of 105Mtpa by 2025 Forecast Iron Ore Production (Mtpa) 120 North Gawler Craton South Gawler Craton Braemar Province 100 80 60 40 20 0 2013 18 2018 For more information on iron ore please contact Invest in South Australia 2023 2028 2032 Source: Deloitte Regional Mining & Infrastructure Plan
  19. 19. OIL & GAS Cooper Basin Exploration & development for 50+ years Otway Basin Mature & immature conventional/unconventional plays Arkaringa Basin Unconventional plays with significant shale oil potential Bight Basin BP & Statoil leading offshore exploration An emerging unconventional oil & gas boom. 19 For more information on oil & gas please contact Invest in South Australia
  20. 20. VISION: The unconventional gas revolution will deliver decades of safe, secure, competitive gas To reach the vision • Potential risks to social, natural and economic environments are reduced to as low as reasonably practical (ALARP); and meet community expectations for net outcomes BEFORE IT IS PERSONAL – before approval sought for land access; • Affected people and enterprises get timely information describing risks and rewards to enable informed opinions; • Convene a Roundtable to deliver a Roadmap for Unconventional Petroleum Projects to inform: the PUBLIC, GOVERNMENTS, INVESTORS, AND REGULATORS and in doing so – will enable welcomed unconventional petroleum projects; South Australia’s Roadmap published Dec. 2012 www.petroleum.dmitre.sa.gov.au
  21. 21. Priorities to foster sustainable, profitable projects roundtable and roadmap for unconventional gas • Outcome: Attain the vision • Strategy: Cooperate to compete • Roundtable: List what to do by priority (125 recommendations) • Working Groups: Implement priority recommendations.
  22. 22. Priorities to foster sustainable, profitable projects roundtable and roadmap for unconventional gas Top priorities to build trust: • Legal frameworks provide certainty and simultaneously meet community and investor expectations for outcomes • Trustworthy, people implement and regulate projects • Environmental sustainability • Manage supply-chain risks (people and facilities) • Bolster understanding of risks, risk management and rewards
  23. 23. Go TO GO to AUSTRALIA South Australia DRILL A WELL BINGO SORTED www.petroleum.dmitre.sa.gov.au 16
  24. 24. DEEP GAS IN THE COOPER BASIN EIA: 85 TCF sales gas in Cooper Basin shales Beach Energy: PEL 218: Encounter, Holdfast and Moonta all flowed >2 MMscf/d. Beach estimate potential 300 TCF gas in place in PEL 218 (Nappamerri Trough, SA) – almost 100 TCF in shales and >200 TCF in sands. Chevron now PEL 218 partner Santos: High-side 200+ TCF recoverable raw gas. Moomba 191 (vertical well): 2.6 MMscf/d from shales at line pressure flowing to market. Santos/Beach/Origin JV have domestic and export markets. Will invest strongly hence Senex Petroleum: Estimate 75-110 TCF gas in place in tight sandstones, shales and coals. Extensive unconventional gas program. Kingston Rule-1 (PEL 516) 1.2 MMscf/d. Hornet-1 (PEL 115) flowed > 2 MMscf/d
  25. 25. REM shale Toolachee coal thickness Up to 1000m of gas-filled shale, siltstone, coal & sandstone Ro = 0.95% Deep coal target area Patchawarra coal thickness Ro = 0.95% Deep coal target area Shale Play Basin-Centred Play below ~3000m
  26. 26. RESOURCES INFRASTRUCTURE $10+ billion in announced infrastructure Path to Market Projects 6 port projects, multiple slurry pipelines, rail upgrades Mine Infrastructure Projects 3 desalination plants, magnetite beneficiation plants Electricity transmission upgrades Eyre Peninsula, North Gawler Craton, Braemar Province 26 For more information on resources infrastructure please contact Invest in South Australia Source: Deloitte Regional Mining & Infrastructure Plan
  27. 27. EXISTING RAIL NETWORK PRINCIPAL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN RAIL OPERATIONS • Connections to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and Darwin. • Network is strategically located to key mining regions • Tarcoola to Darwin line servicing the North Gawler Craton • Broken Hill to Adelaide line servicing the Braemar province. Location Owner Gauge Primary Usage Metropolitan Adelaide South Australian Government Standard Broad Urban passenger Kalgoorlie – Melbourne Adelaide – Broken Hill Australian Rail & Track Corp. (ARTC) Standard Standard Intermodal, grain, ores, steel Tarcoola – Darwin Genesee & Wyoming Standard Intermodal, ores Port Lincoln – Thevenard Genesee & Wyoming Narrow Grain, gypsum Arrium Narrow1 Iron ore Middleback Ranges Standard 150 Resources Sector - Forecast Freight Demand (Mtpa)2 125 100 75 50 25 Source: ARTC, Genesee & Wyoming, Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport & Regional Economics, Deloitte 1 Narrow gauge rail from Iron Duke to Whyalla, standard gauge rail from Whyalla to Port Augusta 2 Adapted from the Deloitte Regional Mining & Infrastructure Plan 0 2013 2018 North Gawler Craton 2023 South Gawler Craton 2028 Braemar Province 2033 27
  28. 28. EXISTING ROAD NETWORK PRINCIPAL ROAD NETWORK South Australia’s road network is in excess of 23,000km and covers all key mining regions within the State. This includes sealed highways linking the North Gawler Craton, South Gawler Craton and Braemar Province to export facilities. The following projects currently use road as their main transport option: Mine Annual Production Heathgate Resources Uranium 60t U3O8 Beverley North Heathgate Resources Uranium 370t U308 Challenger Kingsgate Consolidated Gold, silver 66Koz Au 3Koz Ag Honeymoon Uranium One Uranium 76t U308 Jacinth-Ambrosia Iluka Heavy mineral sands 138Kt zircon 86Kt limenite (saleable) 3Kt limenite (upgradable) 26Kt rutile Kanmantoo Hillgrove Resources Gold, copper, silver 13Kt Cu 6Koz Ag 121Koz Au Olympic Dam Source: Department of Planning, Transport & Infrastructure, company websites Mineral Beverley 28 Owner BHP Billiton Iron oxide, copper, gold, uranium 166Kt Cu 113Koz Au 880Koz Ag 4,102t U3O8
  29. 29. IRON ORE IRON ORE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA South Australia is the birthplace of the Australian iron ore industry with existing operational mines in the Middleback Ranges (six mines) and North Gawler Craton (two mines). There are a further two mines approved and twenty development/prospect projects across the State with identified resources of over 14 billion tonnes. Operating Mines Operator Production 2012-13 Middleback Ranges (multiple mines) Arrium 6.5Mt (Ramp up to 8Mtpa) Peculiar Knob Arrium 1.5Mt (Ramp up to 4Mtpa) Cairn Hill IMX Resources 1.7Mt Total 9.7Mt Mines & Projects by Region Measured Resources Forecast Production North Gawler Craton 1,376Mt 13Mtpa South Gawler Craton 5,660Mt 56Mtpa Braemar Province 7,263Mt 39Mtpa Total 14,299Mt 105Mtpa1 IRON ORE INFRASTRUCTURE Arrium own and operate the port at Whyalla to export ore from their Middleback Ranges and Peculiar Knob projects. The Middleback Ranges are linked to the port via narrow gauge rail while Peculiar Knob is linked via the standard gauge rail network. IMX Resources rail ore in containers from their Cairn Hill project to Port Adelaide where the ore is loaded onto a vessel via a container rotating facility. Of the development projects and prospects there are a range of infrastructure solutions being considered including the development of new deep sea ports, rail lines and slurry pipelines. These are detailed on pages 23 - 49. 29 Source: Company websites, DMITRE 1 Due to timing between the regions, the maximum forecast production across the State is 105Mtpa and not the sum of the individual regions
  30. 30. INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND PROPOSED IRON ORE PRODUCTION Infrastructure demand will be heavily driven by the development and production of South Australia’s iron ore regions. These regions are best described as: • North Gawler Craton • South Gawler Craton • Braemar Province Based on existing and forecast production, estimated iron ore production will reach 105Mt by 2025. Forecast Iron Ore Production (Mtpa)1 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 2013 2018 North Gawler Craton 30 Source: Company websites, Deloitte 1 Adapted from the Deloitte Regional Mining & Infrastructure Plan 2023 South Gawler Craton 2028 Braemar Province 2033
  31. 31. INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND – NORTH GAWLER NORTH GAWLER CRATON IRON ORE PRODUCTION Situated more than 800km north west of Adelaide, the North Gawler Craton includes two operating iron ore mines and a further seven development projects and prospects. Of the operating mines, Arrium are currently producing from Peculiar Knob with ore sent via standard gauge rail to their port at Whyalla (first shipments in 2012-13). Cairn Hill Peculiar Knob IMX Resources are currently producing approximately 1.7Mtpa from their Cairn Hill mine with ore sent via rail to Port Adelaide. Including the development projects and prospects there is forecast production of 13Mtpa by 2018. NORTH GAWLER PROJECTS CRATON • Development/Prospects 13Mtpa • Hicks Hill Coolybring • Mt Woods • Gawler Iron Project EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE JORC Resources • • • IRON ORE RESOURCES 31 Hawks Nest 10Mtpa Total • Commonwealth Hill • 3Mtpa Giffen Well1 Peculiar Knob (operating) • 2012-13 Production • • IRON ORE PRODUCTION Cairn Hill (operating) 1,378Mt PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE Adelaide – Darwin open access • standard gauge rail • Major road networks • Ports (Whyalla, Port Adelaide, Port • Pirie) • Rail upgrade Port Bonython deep sea port Port Pirie upgrade Electricity transmission Desalination plants Source: Company websites, DMITRE 1 WPG Resources announced on 7 May 2013 that they would not exercise the option to acquire the Giffen Well project. WPG released on 8 March 2013 the PFS for this project highlighting a capex amount of $1.72B and opex of $71/tonne and announcing the project was ‘feasible’
  32. 32. INFRASTRUCTURE DEMAND – SOUTH GAWLER SOUTH GAWLER CRATON IRON ORE PRODUCTION The South Gawler Craton is situated on the Eyre Peninsula and is home to the birthplace of the Australian iron ore industry, the Middleback Ranges. Currently there are multiple mines in operation within the Middleback Ranges with current production of 6Mtpa in 2011-12 (ramp up to 8Mtpa forecast). There are a further 7 development projects and prospects with a total forecast production of 56Mtpa by 2021. Middleback Ranges SOUTH GAWLER CRATON PROJECTS Middleback Ranges (operating) Bungalow JV • Wilcherry Hill & Hercules • Central Eyre Iron Project • Wilgerup • Eyre Iron JV • IRON ORE PRODUCTION • • Gum Flat EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE PROPOSED INFRASTRUCTURE 2012-13 Production 6Mtpa • Whyalla steelworks • Development/Prospects 50Mtpa • Total 56Mtpa • Standard gauge rail from Whyalla • to the national network • Narrow gauge rail close to mine • sites • Major road networks • Close to deep water • IRON ORE RESOURCES JORC Resources 5,604Mt Port Bonython deep sea port Port Spencer deep sea port Luck Bay port development Cape Hardy deep sea port Standard gauge rail to Cape Hardy Slurry pipelines • Electricity transmission upgrade • Desalination plants • Source: Company websites, DMITRE • Road upgrade 32
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  36. 36. 7 Reasons to Invest in South Australia’s Resources Sector Resource Rich Strong Government Support PACE 2020 81% of Australia’s EDR of Uranium 69% of Australia’s EDR of Copper Mining Industry Participation Office Mining and Petroleum Services 28% of Australia’s EDR of gold Centre of Excellence 8% of Australia’s EDR of Iron ore MCA 2012 Scorecard of Mining RESA Cooper Basin 54% of Australia’s Approvals RESIC onshore oil production ResourceStocks World Risk Survey 1st Unconventional Gas No.1 in Australia 2009-13 production in Australia Proven Record of Red Tape Reduction World Class Geoscientific Information Long Mining History 125+ yrs of geological information Australia’s first base metal mine available free Australia’s Copper Booms of the World-Class Drill Core Storage Facility 1850’s, 1870’s Award winning SARIG 2020 online Australia’s first iron ore mines and geoserver steel works Australian government’s Australia’s first uranium mine first Mining App Olympic Dam Mine - World largest Australia’s first ISR Ian Wark Research Institute Uranium Deposit, World’s 4th largest uranium mine Australian School of Petroleum copper deposit, World’s 4th largest Deep Exploration Technologies CRC gold deposit, World class discoveries, Prominent Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER) Hill, Jacinth/Ambrosia, 4 Mile, Mawson Institute Carrapateena, 36 Hillside World Class Mines and Deposits Research Capability
  37. 37. Further Information Please contact Invest in South Australia for detailed investor-ready information across copper, gold, uranium, iron ore and resources infrastructure. Invest in South Australia Level 9, The Conservatory 131-139 Grenfell Street Adelaide, South Australia 5000 T: +61 8 8303 2400 F: +61 8 8303 2410 E: investinsa@sa.gov.au www.invest.sa.gov.au Published October 2013 The information contained in this presentation has been compiled by the Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy (DMITRE) and originates from a variety of sources. Although all reasonable care has been taken in the preparation and compilation of the information, it has been provided in good faith for general information only and does not purport to be professional advice. No warranty, express or implied, is given as to the completeness, correctness, accuracy, reliability or currency of the materials. DMITRE and the Crown in the right of the State of South Australia does not accept responsibility for and will not be held liable to any recipient of the information for any loss or damage however caused (including negligence) which may be directly or indirectly suffered as a consequence of use of these materials. DMITRE reserves the right to update, amend or supplement the information from time to time at its discretion.

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