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  • AUSTRALIAN INFRASTRUCTURE METRIC MARCH QUARTER .

    of the non-mining sector in Australia's civil construction work programme. Since the continued collapse in mining work-won – which reached zero in ... The IPA/BIS Shrapnel Australian Infrastructure Metric (the Metric) is the leading indicator of real investment in Australia's civil infrastructure.

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  • Plunging prices and stalling investment drive Australian ...

    Dec 04, 2014 · A sharp indicator is the collapsing level of investment. Last week, economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel released a report, Mining in Australia 2014–2029, predicting a 40 percent drop in investment across the mining and resources sector over four years—the biggest fall on record.

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  • Australia just beginning to fall off mining investment ...

    Australia has only just begun to tumble over the mining investment cliff new forecasts suggest, with mining investment set to fall a further 58 per cent over the next three years after sliding 11 ...

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  • ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016 - Monadelphous

    Australian Market Conditions Source BIS Shrapnel - Mining in Australia (released May 2016) Source BIS Shrapnel - Value of work done Constant (released May 2016) Source BIS Shrapnel - Maintenance in Australia (November 2016)

  • ORICA AUSTRALIA NATIONAL PRICE LIST - Orica Mining .

    Mining Services will take effect, superseding previous price lists. Orica Australia Pty Ltd has made every effort to ensure that the information listed herein is correct at the time of publication. The prices of products and services contained in this Price List apply from 1 January 2018 and

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  • ECONOMIC & CONSTRUCTION OUTLOOK Adrian Hart .

    INFRASTRUCTURE & MINING About BIS Shrapnel: 50 Years Established in 1964 as Philip Shrapnel & Co: Australia's leading provider of industry research, analysis and forecasting services Our goal is to provide businesses with the information required to make the best possible decisions

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  • Tuesday 21 February 2017 - Australian Securities Exchange

    For personal use only Tuesday 21 February 2017. 2017 HALF YEAR RESULTS 2 Company Profile Monadelphous Group Limited (ASX:MND) is an S&P/ASX 200 ... Source BIS Shrapnel - Mining in Australia (released May 2016) Source BIS Shrapnel - Value of work done Constant (released May 2016) Source BIS Shrapnel - Maintenance in Australia (November 2016) ...

  • Australia mining investment to fall, study says - MarketWatch

    Apr 28, 2013 · SYDNEY--Australian mining investment is likely to fall by 20% in the next four years, risking a hard landing for the economy as a resources boom .

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  • BFM Mining job losses to increase - BFM

    Mining investment dollars are drying up and job losses in the industry will continue to rise, according to BIS Shrapnel. BIS Shrapnel's Mining In Australia 2015-30 warns to expect another 20,000 job losses can be expected, coming on top of the 40,000 that have already been wiped since mining investment peaked in 2012-13.

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  • Australian mining production ...

    The Mining in Australia report released by economic forecaster BIS Shrapnel expects mining production to soar by 41 per cent in the next five years. The report says mining activity as a share of Australia's GDP will rise from 18.7 per cent to almost 20 per cent.

  • Mining Bust 'Hardly Begun': BIS – Architecture ...

    In the latest version of its Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report, international research firm BIS Shrapnel says the full impact of the slump in resource related investment will start to hit as a large number of oil and gas projects draw toward completion, with resource construction investment set to drop back 40 percent from its peak in ...

  • Indigenous Communities, Land Rights and Mining - Right Now

    Sep 11, 2012 · The Australian Government has continuously praised the mining industry for securing many employment opportunities and boosting the Australian economy. According to the BIS Shrapnel report, mining investment will help the Australian economy grow by three per cent per year.

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  • Mining investment to implode - Australian Mining

    Nov 30, 2015 · Mining investment in Australia is set to decline sharply over the next three years, resulting in 20,000 job losses. A new report by BIS Shrapnel – Mining in Australia 2015 to 2030 – predicts the current state of contraction to continue in mining, .

  • BIS Shrapnel Archives - Australasian Mining Review

    Mining investment in Australia will slump 40 per cent over next four years according to a new report by industry..

  • Mining to remain strong driver of economy - 9Finance

    BIS Shrapnel's Mining in Australia 2013 to 2018 report also predicts exploration spending will remain strong. There was $7.3 billion spent on exploration last financial year, triple the levels of the early to mid 2000s, and is expected to stay around this mark for the next five years.

  • AUSTRALIA NATIONAL PRICE LIST

    Customers are advised that from the 1 January 2019 the revised Orica National Price List for Mining Services will take effect, superseding previous price lists. Orica Australia Pty Ltd has made every effort to ensure that the information listed herein is correct at the time of publication. The prices of

  • Australia Unlimited: exporting Australian mining expertise

    Australian miners are increasingly looking abroad to sell their expertise as the domestic market slows down. With advanced machinery and a formidable international reputation, Australia's mining equipment, technology and services sector is in high demand. When the late Donald Horne described ...

  • BFM Mining job losses to increase - BFM

    Mining investment dollars are drying up and job losses in the industry will continue to rise, according to BIS Shrapnel. BIS Shrapnel's Mining In Australia 2015-30 warns to expect another 20,000 job losses can be expected, coming on top of the 40,000 that have already been wiped since mining investment peaked in 2012-13.

  • Mining investment in Australia will slump 40 per cent over ...

    Nov 24, 2014 · Mining investment in Australia will slump 40 per cent over next four years according to a new report by industry analysts. "In terms of the mining investment bust, we have hardly begun – this has a long way to run," said Adrian Hart, Senior Manager of BIS Shrapnel's Infrastructure and Mining .

  • Mining Bust 'Hardly Begun': BIS – Architecture ...

    In the latest version of its Mining in Australia 2014 to 2029 report, international research firm BIS Shrapnel says the full impact of the slump in resource related investment will start to hit as a large number of oil and gas projects draw toward completion, with resource construction investment set to drop back 40 percent from its peak in ...

  • Mining and heavy industry decline.au

    Dec 01, 2010 · BIS Shrapnel's Infrastructure and Mining Unit Senior manager, Adrian Hart, says given its size and importance to related segments such as ports and railways, the forecast decline in mining and heavy industry construction is expected to drive a broader fall .

  • Mining jobs in Australia to stage a comeback – MINING.COM

    Dec 06, 2013 · Mining-related employment in Australia is expected to grow 11% in the next five years thanks mainly to the iron ore and liquefied natural gas (LNG) sectors, says a recent study published by research firm BIS Shrapnel. In its Mining in Australia 2013-2028 report, the analysts predict exports of ...

  • How Australians Make Mining More Productive

    The Australian economy is about to receive a significant boost, thanks to the continued development of regional mining infrastructure. According to a recent report from economic forecasting firm BIS Shrapnel, Australian mining production will increase by an impressive 41 percent within the next five years. This projected growth will translate to a rise in mining share in overall GDP, with ...