day 2 – session 4: Resource Nationalism<br />Making your jurisdiction attractive to miningStuart Russell – Senior Trade & ...
GLOBAL MININGINVESTMENT CONFERENCE 2010<br />Lead sponsors:<br />Media partners:<br />Other sponsors & participating organ...
Making your jurisdiction attractive to mining(while at the same time driving Australia’s economy!)<br />Stuart Russell<br ...
Broad policy objectives in Western Australia<br />The policies: Designed to encourage the continued responsible developmen...
About Western Australia<br />Nation’s largest state, covering one third of the continent.<br />Population of 2.2 million.<...
Oil & Gas<br />Lead/Zinc<br />Bauxite<br />Diamond<br />Iron Ore<br />Nickel<br />Oil & Gas<br />Salt<br />Manganese<br />...
Big State provides wealth of opportunities<br />Western Australia’s resource production is both world scale and world clas...
Top ten export destinations (2009-10)<br />                                     Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics<br />
Investor-friendly State Government<br />Since coming to office in late 2008, the new State Government has:<br />Created a ...
Exploration Incentive Scheme assists explorers<br />An $80 million package that provides:<br />A drilling subsidy to innov...
Resource production depends on exploration<br />
Mineral exploration expenditure in WA (2009–10 dollars)<br />
Uranium exploration expenditure, Western Australia<br />
Oakajee Port, Rail and Industrial Estate – A$10 Billion+ project<br />“the single most important project for Western Austr...
Existing Ports in Western Australia<br />Site for proposed Oakajee Port<br />
Anketell Port & SIA<br />This project includes the development of the Anketell Port and Strategic Industrial Area (SIA) to...
RSPT - MRRT?<br />
India jumps to largest coking coal importer in 2015<br />Coking Coal Import Demand (million tonnes)<br />Source: AME, Wood...
Perth is an Attractive Base for Companies and Talent<br />Shift in corporate influence to the West driven by Perth’s strat...
Where to from here?…..<br />Follow up to obtain information on opportunities in Western Australia by:<br />Joining in vari...
Contact details<br />	Stuart Russell<br />	Senior Trade & Investment Manager<br />	Government of Western Australia<br />Eu...
GLOBAL MININGINVESTMENT CONFERENCE 2010<br />Lead sponsors:<br />Media partners:<br />Other sponsors & participating organ...
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Day 2- Session 4: Resource Nationalism

Making your jurisdiction attractive to mining

Objective Capital Global Mining Investment Conference 2010
Stationers' Hall, City of London
28-29 September 2010
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Stuart Russell - Government of Western Australia

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Stuart Russell: Making your jurisdiction attractive to mining (Day 2 - Session 4: Resource Nationalism)

  1. 1. day 2 – session 4: Resource Nationalism<br />Making your jurisdiction attractive to miningStuart Russell – Senior Trade & Investment Manager , Government of Western Australia<br />
  2. 2. GLOBAL MININGINVESTMENT CONFERENCE 2010<br />Lead sponsors:<br />Media partners:<br />Other sponsors & participating organisations:<br />
  3. 3. Making your jurisdiction attractive to mining(while at the same time driving Australia’s economy!)<br />Stuart Russell<br />Senior Trade & Investment Manager<br />Government of Western Australia – European Office<br />Global Mining Investment Conference<br />London, 29 September 2010<br />
  4. 4. Broad policy objectives in Western Australia<br />The policies: Designed to encourage the continued responsible development of the State’s resource industries. <br />Key priorities:<br />To improve the State’s legislative and regulatory framework<br />To support exploration and development<br />To put an emphasis on safety and sustainability<br />To maximise the benefits from the minerals and petroleum industries to the Western Australian community.<br />
  5. 5. About Western Australia<br />Nation’s largest state, covering one third of the continent.<br />Population of 2.2 million.<br />Abundance of natural resources: minerals, energy and agriculture<br />Relaxed lifestyle with high quality infrastructure.<br />Gateway to Asia<br />
  6. 6. Oil & Gas<br />Lead/Zinc<br />Bauxite<br />Diamond<br />Iron Ore<br />Nickel<br />Oil & Gas<br />Salt<br />Manganese<br />Nickel<br />Tantalum<br />Gold<br />Iron Ore<br />Chromite<br />Nickel<br />Gold<br />Gold<br />Iron Ore<br />Copper/Zinc<br /> Nickel<br />Titanium Minerals<br />Oil & Gas<br />Perth<br />Bauxite<br />Titanium Minerals<br />Coal<br /> Tantalum<br />World Leader in Mineral and Energy Production<br />
  7. 7. Big State provides wealth of opportunities<br />Western Australia’s resource production is both world scale and world class<br />
  8. 8. Top ten export destinations (2009-10)<br /> Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics<br />
  9. 9. Investor-friendly State Government<br />Since coming to office in late 2008, the new State Government has:<br />Created a new department to focus on the mining and petroleum sector<br />Accelerated approvals relating to mineral titles<br />Now allows uranium exploration and mining<br />Welcomes investment in small to large mineral and energy projects<br />Implemented an Exploration Incentive Scheme<br />
  10. 10. Exploration Incentive Scheme assists explorers<br />An $80 million package that provides:<br />A drilling subsidy to innovative explorers<br />A stimulus for applied research relevant to exploration<br />Complete coverage of WA by 400 metre line spacing airborne magnetic and radiometric surveys<br />Major gravity surveys and deep seismic lines <br />New online systems for industry to lodge applications relating to mineral titles and track their progress through approvals processes<br />
  11. 11. Resource production depends on exploration<br />
  12. 12. Mineral exploration expenditure in WA (2009–10 dollars)<br />
  13. 13. Uranium exploration expenditure, Western Australia<br />
  14. 14. Oakajee Port, Rail and Industrial Estate – A$10 Billion+ project<br />“the single most important project for Western Australia’s economic development over the next 50 years”<br />Premier Barnett, March 2009.<br />
  15. 15. Existing Ports in Western Australia<br />Site for proposed Oakajee Port<br />
  16. 16. Anketell Port & SIA<br />This project includes the development of the Anketell Port and Strategic Industrial Area (SIA) to:<br />Facilitate future mining development in the Pilbara<br />Develop a multi user deep water port and industrial area that will cater for the project proponents as well as future users <br />The Anketell project will be managed by a single foundation proponent – yet to be determined <br />
  17. 17. RSPT - MRRT?<br />
  18. 18.
  19. 19. India jumps to largest coking coal importer in 2015<br />Coking Coal Import Demand (million tonnes)<br />Source: AME, Wood Mackenzie, ANZ<br />
  20. 20. Perth is an Attractive Base for Companies and Talent<br />Shift in corporate influence to the West driven by Perth’s strategic location - access to natural resources, capital, and a quality lifestyle. <br />Perth is home to more than a dozen listed companies with market value greater than AU$1 billion – including Woodside, Shell, BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Chevron, Newmont Mining, Fortescue Metals Group, Wesfarmers. <br />It is also home to major petroleum and mineral resources sector research and development facilities and industry bodies including the Association of Mining & Exploration Companies.<br />Since 2007, Perth has become home to 80 more companies. The total of 783 extends the lead over Sydney (672), Melbourne (362) Brisbane (183) and Adelaide (95). <br />Australia was ranked 6th in the 2009 World Quality of Life Index<br />Source: UWA Committee for Perth Study, September 2009<br /> IMD World Competitiveness Online 1995-2009; Austrade<br />
  21. 21. Where to from here?…..<br />Follow up to obtain information on opportunities in Western Australia by:<br />Joining in various conferences & exhibitions – <br />MPES 2010 Mine Planning & Equipment Selection, Fremantle<br /> 1 December 2010 (www.ausiim.com.au)<br />AJM’s 14th Annual Global Iron Ore and Steel Forecast Conference, Perth<br /> 22 March 2011 (www.globalironore.com.au)<br />Visiting Perth independently or as part of a Business Mission <br />16-18 December 2010 <br />Follow up with our Office<br />
  22. 22. Contact details<br /> Stuart Russell<br /> Senior Trade & Investment Manager<br /> Government of Western Australia<br />European Office<br />5th Floor, Australia Centre<br />Corner of Strand and Melbourne Place<br />London WC2B 4LG – United Kingdom<br />Tel: +44 20 7395 0564 | Fax: +44 20 7240 6637<br />Email: stuart@wago.co.uk<br />Web: www.wago.co.uk<br />
  23. 23. GLOBAL MININGINVESTMENT CONFERENCE 2010<br />Lead sponsors:<br />Media partners:<br />Other sponsors & participating organisations:<br />

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