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Keynote Address - "The Way Forward - Mining and Energy Accounting Forum"

Mar 17, 2014

This first-of-its-kind forum has been designed to launch the resources sector into tomorrow, and pioneers a new format where objectives are defined, solutions are reached as a group, and you leave with actions you can implement. In an interactive environment with key players from your sector, gain industry insights from leading figures, share technical developments, and hone leadership skills for continued success. This forum will play a pivotal role in shaping the direction of this sector. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of it from the ground up.

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Professor Mark Jessell honoured with the Bruce Hobbs Medal

Feb 21, 2014

Professor Jessell was awarded the highly prized Bruce Hobbs medal for Structural Geology at the 2014 meeting of the GSA’s Specialist Group for Structural Geology and Tectonics in Thredbo. One of the Society’s most significant honours, this medal takes its name from renowned structural geologist and science administrator Bruce Hobbs, and is awarded biennially by the SGTSG for outstanding contributions to structural geology.

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Victoria retains CET's expert for advice on brown coal strategy

Jan 07, 2014

Professor Pietro Guj and the Centre for Exploration Targeting were commissioned by the Government of Victoria to provide expert advice in the formulation of the new State mineral royalties regime for Brown Coal.

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World Bank's and CET's Source Book on "How to improve mining tax administration and collection frameworks" now published

Dec 06, 2013

The World Bank and the Centre for Exploration Targeting have jointly published a Source Book on "How to improve mining tax administration and collection frameworks".

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CET to run a series of mining taxation seminars for the World Bank and AusAID in Africa

Dec 06, 2013

The CET has concluded negotiations for the first of three projects to be conducted for the World Bank and AusAID in Africa in 2014. The project, which is directed by Prof. Pietro Guj with the support of A/Prof. Bryan Maybee, entails the preparation of training material to be used for the delivery of three workshops on the theme of "How to improve mining tax administration and collection frameworks".

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Pilbara home to 3.5 billion-year-old bacterial ecosystems

Nov 12, 2013

Evidence of complex microbial ecosystems dating back almost 3.5 billion years has been found in Western Australia's Pilbara region by an international team including UWA Research Assistant Professor David Wacey

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Mining Investment- Finding opportunities in the wake of the Boom

Nov 04, 2013

In this interview, along with a number of other industry practioners, mineral economist, John Sykes discusses the challenges for the mining sector in emerging markets. He discusses cost and financing problems, the future of mining, fashion trends in commodities, Chinese demand, value accretion during exploration and economies of scale in mining, as well as some general reflections on the current state of the industry."

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Chinese Whispers

Nov 04, 2013

With many small capital mining companies seeking strategic investors from China or the other Asian economic powerhouses of Japan, Korea and India, mineral economist, John Sykes, assesses what these strategic investors are seeking in their overseas deals and finds China, Japan and Korea abandoning their traditional approaches and adopting each others strategies instead.

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CET “all over” Africa Down Under

Sep 24, 2013

Presentation to 1900 delegates

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