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Australian requirements for the submission of digital exploration data (v4.5) - Feb 2018 [PDF 2813KB]. Mineral exploration reporting template software Software to facilitate the creation of geochemical, drilling and other point located data in the required data templates has been developed to assist industry clients comply with the reporting ...

MG4 Guidelines: landowner rights and access arrangements in relation to mineral exploration and mining in South Australia (PDF 5.0 ) Updated December 2020 . Part 1: information about landowner statutory rights and what may be expected in regards to proposed exploration and mining operations on (or near) property.

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Miner's Rights

A Miner's Right can be obtained for a fee at the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety (DMIRS), Mineral House, 100 Plain Street, East Perth, or at any Mining Registrar's office, upon presentation of proof of identity.Please note that a Miner's Rights cannot be obtained at the DMIRS Core Libraries. An application form is available within the attached Miner's Right pamphlet.

Old Habits Die Hard: Indigenous Land Rights and Mining in Australia. The threat or opportunity of resource development often prompts a movement for the recognition of indigenous ownership and control of lands. In Australia, this is particularly true in the mineral-rich arid lands of the interior. Recognition of indigenous peoples' interest in ...

The importance of exploration Exploration activity is fundamental to the future success of the Australian mining industry. Exploration is the process by which geological information is collected and analysed to identify mineral deposits as well as determining the economic feasibility of their extraction. For mining companies, exploration is similar to research and development

History of mining law. The first Australian mining laws were enacted in 1851. Before that, ownership of minerals and petroleum passed to those who were granted title to land by the colonial governors according to common law concepts, except the right to "Royal Mines" (the precious metals of gold and silver) which remained vested in the Crown by virtue of Royal prerogative.

The Australian mining and resource sector and human rights The impact of mining and exploration activities on the human rights of employees and surrounding communities is well understood. So is the importance of ensuring a strong social licence to operate in those communities.

This article looks at mining investment, the legal system applicable to mining, various mining laws, mineral ownership in, different types of mining tenements available, rights of miners to access land against landowners' rights, imposition of royalties and other taxes by the various levels of government, and rules and restrictions concerning foreign investment in Australia.

D4 Current trends in exploration in Australia 134 D5 Factors influencing exploration 138 Physical considerations 138 ... Cash-bidding for the allocation of exploration and mining rights as recommended in the Draft ... exploration and mining on Aboriginal land in the Northern Territory.

Offshore mineral exploration and mining. We regulate mineral activity in Australian waters under the Offshore Minerals Act 1994. Australian waters are the offshore area beyond coastal waters, starting 3 nautical miles from shore. To explore and mine minerals in Australian waters, you must obtain an Offshore Mineral Licence.

Australia remains one of the world's leading mining jurisdictions, and one of the best locations for investing in mineral resources. Australia's mining and mineral exploration industry makes an incredible contribution to our nation's economy and long-term prosperity. States and Territories:

Mining, minerals and petroleum rights. In general mineral rights in Australia are reserved to the Crown. Notwithstanding, in some cases the minerals may continue to be owned by the land owner. The acquisition of rights to minerals stems from separate legislative frameworks in each State. These frameworks provide initially for exploration of the ...

genuine exploration activity. Mining rights and information that are first used for exploration will be depreciated over their effective life, or 15 years if this is shorter. 4. To ensure that genuine exploration activity continues to benefit from the immediate deduction,

The Australian Mining Industry Council (AMIC) claims that because of the Land Rights Act 'exploration and mining have been paralysed in the Northern Territory' (AMIC 1985a, 2) while Hugh Morgan, head of one of Australia's most successful explorers, Western Mining Corporation (WMC), has warned that the Act has 'effectively stopped