[email protected] +44 20 8123 2220 (UK) +1 732 587 5005 (US) Contact Us | FAQ |

Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia to 2023

June 2019 | 67 pages | ID: P39A89D5B48EN
GlobalData

US$ 1,995.00

E-mail Delivery (PDF)

Download PDF Leaflet

Wire Transfer
Checkout Later
Need Help? Ask a Question
Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia to 2023

SUMMARY

GlobalData's 'Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia to 2023' comprehensively covers Australian reserves of gold, silver and diamond; historic and forecast production of gold, silver and diamonds; demand and exports and profiles of major the precious metals and diamond producing companies. Details of all major and developing mines is also provided, including mine type, stage and reserves and production.

SCOPE
  • The report contains an overview of the Australian precious metal (gold and silver) and diamond mining industry together with the key factors affecting the industry and demand for gold and silver. It also provides information about reserves, reserves by country, historic and forecast production of gold, silver and diamond, including production by state and major mine, and details of all developing and active mines and projects.
REASONS TO BUY
  • Assess trends in gold, silver and diamond production in Australia
  • Identify the largest precious metals and diamond projects, their stages, size and development status
  • Understand the market drivers for each commodity and regulatory frameworks
  • Track each of the major mining companies and their activities
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 GOLD MINING IN AUSTRALIA - RESERVES, PRODUCTION AND DEMAND

3.1 Gold Reserves by Country, State, and Company
3.2 Historical and Forecast Production
  3.2.1 Gold prices
  3.2.2 Production by State
3.3 Active Mines
3.4 Exploration Projects
3.5 Development Projects
3.6 Factors Affecting the Demand for Gold

4 SILVER MINING IN AUSTRALIA: RESERVES, PRODUCTION AND DEMAND

4.1 Silver Reserves by Country
4.2 Historical and Forecast Production
  4.2.1 Silver prices
  4.2.2 Production by State
4.3 Active Mines
4.4 Exploration Projects
4.5 Development Projects
4.6 Factors Affecting the Demand for Silver

5 DIAMOND MINING IN AUSTRALIA - RESERVES AND PRODUCTION

5.1 Reserves by Region, Ore Type, Grade and Country
5.2 Reserves by Company
5.3 Historic and Forecast Production
5.4 Active Mines and Exploration Projects

6 PRECIOUS METAL AND DIAMOND MINING IN AUSTRALIA - COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

6.1 Mines and Projects by Company
6.2 Mines and Projects Stage by State
6.3 Major Producers
  6.3.1 South32 Ltd
  6.3.2 Glencore Plc
  6.3.3 Rio Tinto
  6.3.4 Newcrest Mining Ltd
  6.3.5 Newmont Goldcorp Corp

7 AUSTRALIA’S MINING FISCAL REGIME

7.1 Governing Bodies and Agencies
  7.1.1 National Level
  7.1.2 State or Territory Involvement
7.2 Laws, and Regulations
  7.2.1 Offshore Legislation
  7.2.2 Onshore Legislation
7.3 Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Mineral Licensing and Fees
  7.3.1 New South Wales
  7.3.2 Northern Territory
  7.3.3 Queensland
  7.3.4 South Australia
  7.3.5 Tasmania
  7.3.6 Victoria
  7.3.7 Western Australia
7.4 Royalty and Taxes
  7.4.1 New South Wales
  7.4.2 Northern Territory
  7.4.3 Queensland
  7.4.4 South Australia
  7.4.5 Tasmania
  7.4.6 Victoria
  7.4.7 Western Australia
  7.4.8 Corporate Income Tax (CIT)
  7.4.9 Capital Expenditure Deduction under Uniform Capital Allowance (UCA)
  7.4.10 Withholding Tax
  7.4.11 Treatment of Tax Losses
  7.4.12 Goods and Services Tax (GST)

8 APPENDIX

8.1 Abbreviations
8.2 Methodology
8.3 Coverage
8.4 Secondary Research
8.5 Contact Us
8.6 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Gold Mining in Australia - Gold Reserves by Country (Million Ounces), February 2019
Table 2: Gold Mining in Australia - Gold Reserves by Active Mine (Million Tonnes), 2019
Table 3: Gold Mining in Australia - Gold Reserves by Company (Million ounces), 2015-2018
Table 4: Gold Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Gold Mine Production (Million Ounces), 2003-2023
Table 5: Gold Mining in Australia - Gold Quarterly Prices (US$/Ounce), 2014-2019
Table 6: Gold Mining in Australia - Production by State (Tonnes), 2017-2018
Table 7: Gold Mining in Australia - Active Mines, 2019
Table 8: Gold Mining in Australia - Exploration Projects, 2019
Table 9: Gold Mining in Australia - Development Projects, 2019
Table 10: Silver Mining in Australia - Silver Reserves by Country (Tonne), February 2019
Table 11: Silver Mining in Australia - Active Mines by Silver Reserves (Million Tonnes), 2019
Table 12: Silver Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Silver Mine Production (Million Ounces), 2003-2023
Table 13: World Silver Prices, Quarterly (US$/Ounce), 2014-2019
Table 14: Silver Mining in Australia - Production by State (Tonnes), 2017-2018
Table 15: Silver Mining in Australia - Active Mines, 2019
Table 16: Silver Mining in Australia - Exploration Projects, 2019
Table 17: Silver Mining in Australia - Development Projects, 2019
Table 18: Diamond Mining in Australia - Diamond Reserves by Country (Million Carats), February 2019
Table 19: Diamond Mining in Australia - Companies by Diamond Reserves (Million carats), 2015-2018
Table 20: Diamond Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Rough Diamond Production (Thousand Carats), 2003-2023
Table 21: Diamond Mining in Australia - Active Mines, 2019
Table 22: Diamond Mining in Australia - Exploration Projects, 2019
Table 23: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Total No. of Mines/Projects by Company and Stage, 2019
Table 24: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Total No. of Precious Metal Mines/Projects by Stage and State, 2019
Table 25: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Comparison of Companies by Revenue (US$ Million), 2013 to 2018
Table 26: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - South32 Ltd, Major Projects, 2019
Table 27: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Glencore Plc, Major Projects, 2019
Table 28: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Rio Tinto, Major Projects, 2019
Table 29: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Newcrest Mining Ltd, Major Projects, 2019
TTable 30: Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia - Newmont Goldcorp Corp., Major Projects, 2019
Table 31: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - National Level Mining Governing Bodies and Agencies, 2019
Table 32: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Governing Bodies and Agencies by State/Territory, 2019
Table 33: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Key Onshore Legislations by State/Territory, 2019
Table 34: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Key Onshore Legislations by State/Territory, 2019 (Contd.2)
Table 35: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Exploration License Application, Renewal and Tender Fees in NSW, 2019
Table 36: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Exploration (Mineral Owner) License Application and Renewal Fees in NSW, 2019
Table 37: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Leases and Fees in NSW, 2019
Table 38: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Assessment Leases and Fees in NSW, 2019
Table 39: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining License, Lease, Permit and Administration Fees in Northern Territory, 2019
Table 40: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Annual Rent in Northern Territory, 2019
Table 41: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Late Lodgement Fees in Northern Territory, 2019
Table 42: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mineral Titles and Fees in Queensland, 2019
Table 43: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mineral Tenements and Fees in South Australia, 2019
Table 44: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Fees for Mining License and Lease in Tasmania, 2019
Table 45: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Other Mining Related Fees in Tasmania, 2019
Table 46: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Rents in Tasmania, 2019
Table 47: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Titles and Fees in Victoria, 2019
Table 48: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Tenements and Fees in Western Australia, 2019
Table 49: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Rates in New South Wales by commodity, 2019
Table 50: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - CRD Factor, 2007-2018
Table 51: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Price and royalty rate for base and precious metals in Queensland, FY2018-2019
Table 52: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Discounts on processed minerals, 2019
Table 53: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - South Australia Royalty Rates (%), 2019
Table 54: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Rates in Western Australia (%), 2018-2019
Table 55: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Withholding Tax Rates (%), 2019

Australia’s rough diamond output will decline to just 137,000 carats, from the current level of 14.2 million carats (Mct), following the expected closure of Western Australia’s Argyle mine in 2021, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

GlobalData's "Precious Metals and Diamond Mining in Australia to 2023" comprehensively covers Australian reserves of gold, silver and diamond; historic and forecast production of gold, silver and diamonds; demand and exports and profiles of major the precious metals and diamond producing companies. Details of all major and developing mines is also provided, including mine type, stage and reserves and production.

Vinneth Bajaj, Senior Mining Analyst at GlobalData comments, “The Western Australian government, which has conducted rehabilitation work at the Ellendale mine, is now seeking for a new operator to re-start mining activities. However, with no immediate potential to replace even part of the output of the Argyle mine, the country’s production of rough diamonds will fall to less than 1% of the current levels from 2021, with all output solely from Merlin Diamonds Ltd’s Merlin mine, which achieved full production during the third quarter of 2018.”

Several mining companies, including Lucapa Diamond Company Ltd, Merlin Diamonds, Auteco Minerals, GeoCrystal and Legend International, are currently conducting exploration activities to identify potential deposits. For example, exploration at Lucapa’s Brooking project, which is in close proximity to the abandoned Ellendale mine, has demonstrated outstanding results. The initial drilling resulted in the recovery of over 1,200 micro-and macro-diamonds from a collective 265kg sample collected from two different holes drilled.

Bajaj added, “In the short term, there are no projects lined up that could replace even part of the output from the Argyle mine. However, there are positive signs that the Australian diamond industry could be revived.”



More Publications