The mining industry has raised “serious concern” following reports that this week’s final Finkel review on the Future Security of the National Electricity Market may rule out modernized coal-fired power stations. An emphasis on renewable energy sources and gas will take its place, according to the Minerals Council of Australia executive for coal, Greg Evans, …
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Surging iron ore prices over the past six months and the lower Australian dollar have extended the stay of execution for many of Australia’s smaller iron ore miners. Continue reading