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Iron Ore Mining in Australia, Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts 2020

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‘Iron Ore Mining in Australia to 2020′ report comprehensively covers Australian reserves of iron ore, reserves by state, reserves by selected mines and Fe content, the historic and forecast data on Australian iron ore production, production by form and state, historic and forecast production of selected iron ore mines, iron ore prices, historic and forecast iron ore consumption and exports, consumption vs steel production and exports by country.

The report also includes factors driving demand for the commodity, profiles of major iron ore producing companies and information on the active, exploration and development iron ore projects.

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The fiscal regime section provides information about the country’s regulatory authority, laws, licenses and other fiscal regime information such as taxes, rates and other charges applicable to the mining of the commodity in the country. It is an essential tool for companies active across the Australian mining value chain and for new competitors considering entering the industry.

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Table of content

1 Executive Summary
2 Iron Ore Mining in Australia – Reserves, Production, Consumption and Trade
2.1 Reserves by Geographical Region and Grade
2.1.1 Reserves – by selected mines, type of ore and Fe content
2.2 Historical and Forecast Production 
2.2.1 Total production by form – fines and lumps
2.2.2 Total production by state
2.2.3 Historical and forecast production by selected iron ore mines
2.3 Active Mines
2.4 Exploration and Development Projects
2.5 Australia Iron Ore Consumption and Trade
2.5.1 Domestic iron ore consumption vs steel production
2.5.2 Iron ore exports
2.5.3 Exports by country
2.6 Demand Drivers
2.6.1 Chinese iron ore imports support its pig iron and steel production
2.6.2 Chinese construction industry
2.6.3 Domestic consumption of iron ore in the Australian construction industry
3 Major Iron Ore Producers in Australia
3.1 Rio Tinto Plc
3.2 BHP Billiton Ltd
3.3 Fortescue Metals Group Ltd
4 Fiscal Regime
4.1 The Australian Mining Industry – Governing Bodies
4.1.1 National level
4.1.2 Minerals Council of Australia (MCA)
4.1.3 Department of Industry
4.1.4 Geo-science Australia
4.1.5 Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE)
4.1.6 Australian Uranium Association (AUA)
4.1.7 Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organization (ANSTO)
4.2 State/Territory Involvement
4.2.1 New South Wales
4.2.2 Northern Territory
4.2.3 Queensland
4.2.4 South Australia
4.2.5 Tasmania
4.2.6 Victoria
4.2.7 Western Australia
4.3 The Australian Mining Industry – Governing Laws
4.3.1 Offshore legislation
4.3.2 Onshore legislation
4.3.3 Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Act 1998
4.3.4 Nuclear Non-Proliferation (Safeguards) Act 1987
4.4 The Australian Mining Industry – Mining Rights and Obligations
4.4.1 Rights
4.4.2 Obligations
4.5 The Australian Mining Industry – Key Fiscal Terms
4.5.1 Royalty
4.5.2 Minerals resource rent tax (MRRT)
4.5.3 MRRT allowance
4.5.4 End of carbon tax
4.5.5 Corporate income tax
4.5.6 Capital gains
4.5.7 Deductions
4.5.8 Withholding tax
4.5.9 Depreciation
4.5.10 Loss carry forward
4.5.11 Loss carry back offset
4.5.12 Goods and services tax
5 Appendix
5.1 Abbreviations
5.2 Bibliography
5.3 Secondary Research
5.4 Primary Research
5.5 Contact Timetric
5.6 About Timetric
5.7 Timetric’s Services
5.8 Disclaimer

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