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Mining & Resources
Phillip Wen 1:10 AM Leaders are pressing to shift the country's growth model to a more sustainable footing.
Simon Evans 9:15 PM An expert panel of five people who are a mix of "for and against" the nuclear industry have been appointed as South Australia sets out the agenda and deadline for its royal commission into the nuclear fuel cycle.
Tess Ingram Whitehaven Coal has backed away from its optimistic view it can receive increasing prices for its thermal coal this year but, despite this, it will look to increase production.
Quarterly revenue at Santos has collapsed by 24 per cent due to the declining price of oil, but would be worse if not for the falling Australian dollar.
Sally Rose Tasmania is set to give the green light for Australia's first legal medical marijuana grower, in what is expected to be the start of a new industry for the state. Capital Mining, a failed explorer with a plan to transform itself as the second ASX-listed cannabis company, has struck a deal that puts it in line to be granted the first license.
Amanda Saunders Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh says the mining giant has to work harder to ensure it maintains the margin it holds over the industry's high-cost producers.
Stephen Cauchi A larger budget deficit is just one of the likely repercussions of the recent iron ore slide, JP Morgan says as it joins other banks in lowering its price forecasts for the bulk commodity.
Carrie LaFrenz New AGL Energy chief executive Andy Vesey has shaken up the organisational structure of the country's largest electricity and gas retailer, leading to the departure of two senior executives.
Tess Ingram Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Nev Power says executive salaries are not safe from the organisational review sweeping the iron ore miner. He also refused to commit to the number of jobs at risk as a result of changes to the company's rostering system.
Amanda Saunders Fortescue Metals chief Nev Power has accused arch rivals BHP and Rio of hurting the nation by flooding the market with iron ore, while revealing that it plans to lift export targets in the current financial year.
Mount Isa’s business lobby group has joined the fight for uranium mining in Queensland's north west.
Peter Hannam The Abbott government is stepping up pressure on the states to foster “the responsible development of the unconventional gas industry”, including coal seam gas.
Peter Hannam AGL’s coal seam gas operations in northern NSW have hit fresh troubles with the NSW Environment Protection Authority launching an investigation into a gas leak earlier this month.
Tess Ingram A group of Atlas Iron's lenders are reportedly pushing for the miner to enter voluntary administration so they can carry out a debt-to-equity conversion.
Julie-anne Sprague and Tess Ingram Fortescue Metals Group could slash more than 700 jobs across the Pilbara, analysts say, as it abandons boom time rosters in its latest bid to cut costs amid soft iron ore prices.
Brendan Foster 'We’ll roll with it' has been the overwhelming consensus of families who will be affected by sweeping roster changes for Fortescue Metals Group workers in the Pilbara.
Amanda Saunders and Patrick Begley Falling commodity prices are threatening the credit ratings of the nation's biggest iron ore miners, with Standard and Poor's signalling possible credit rating downgrades for BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and Fortescue Metals, just days after Treasurer Joe Hockey predicted iron ore prices could hit $US35 a tonne.
Jenny Wiggins Aurizon's plans to build a new 430-kilometre rail line to Anketell Point in the Pilbara to export iron ore appear increasingly shaky as tumbling prices raise questions over the rail group's existing iron ore haulage contracts
Simon Evans A group of Chinese businessmen have bought the failed Cairn Hill iron ore mine from the liquidator of Termite Resources.
Fortescue Metals is changing its roster to get more work out of its miners in a bid to slash costs with iron ore prices plunging to new lows.