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Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The climate change-related reasons for refusal of the Rocky Hill mine will impact all high GHG emitting developments.
Cooper Grace Ward
The laws acknowledge that negotiation is part of a business transaction so landholders should be compensated accordingly.
Jones Day
Citing significant adverse social impacts, the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales recently rejected Gloucester Resources Pty. Ltd.'s appeal of the Minister for Planning's refusal of a state significant development application ...
Cooper Grace Ward
Existing resource tenure holders and those applying for a future resources tenure should be aware of potential impacts.
McCullough Robertson
The MERFP Act changed the face of financing environmental remediation liabilities for Qld mining and resource projects.
McCullough Robertson
The MERFP Act overhauls the current financial assurance and progressive rehabilitation regime for resource projects.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Proponents should ensure that all applications address the concerns of the community, climate change and social impacts.
Bartier Perry
This decision suggests that any new fossil fuel development in Australia will need a strong offset plan to gain approval.
McCullough Robertson
Australia is well-positioned to increase its exports of both thermal coal and coking coal over the next two decades.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This update includes recent mining deals, market rumours, potential opportunities and relevant regulatory updates.
Jones Day
In this White Paper, we examine three recently decided Australian cases that separately provide guidance on topics of interest to the mining sector.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This Act also aims to enhance Queensland's land access and make-good frameworks for mining and coal seam gas projects.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Much of the commentary relates to climate change, but the project would have been refused for other unacceptable impacts.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Development consent for a new mine was refused for reasons that included greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This article identifies seven competition law pitfalls in joint ventures in the energy and resources sectors.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
This decision to refuse approval could affect the viability of other fossil fuel-dependent industries in Australia.
Cooper Grace Ward
Following recent geological report, more land has been declared open for exploration across Queensland.
McCullough Robertson
While WA continues to dominate mineral exploration activity in Australia, surprise packets have been NSW and Victoria.
Cooper Grace Ward
An increasing proportion of mining land was not being rehabilitated when companies were unable to meet their obligations.
Thynne & Macartney
The Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy (DNRME) is reviewing the accepted development clearing codes.
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Jones Day
Citing significant adverse social impacts, the Land and Environment Court of New South Wales recently rejected Gloucester Resources Pty. Ltd.'s appeal of the Minister for Planning's refusal of a state significant development application ...
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Much of the commentary relates to climate change, but the project would have been refused for other unacceptable impacts.
McCullough Robertson
Australia is well-positioned to increase its exports of both thermal coal and coking coal over the next two decades.
Cooper Grace Ward
Existing resource tenure holders and those applying for a future resources tenure should be aware of potential impacts.
McCullough Robertson
The MERFP Act overhauls the current financial assurance and progressive rehabilitation regime for resource projects.
Cooper Grace Ward
The laws acknowledge that negotiation is part of a business transaction so landholders should be compensated accordingly.
McCullough Robertson
The MERFP Act changed the face of financing environmental remediation liabilities for Qld mining and resource projects.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This article identifies seven competition law pitfalls in joint ventures in the energy and resources sectors.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
Development consent for a new mine was refused for reasons that included greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.
Bartier Perry
This decision suggests that any new fossil fuel development in Australia will need a strong offset plan to gain approval.
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