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Coal Mining in Australia to 2022 - Shift to Renewables will Impact Domestic Demand while Exports Rebound

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  • Region: Australia
  • 75 pages
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • BHP Billiton Ltd.
  • Glencore plc
  • Rio Tinto plc
  • MORE
Coal Mining in Australia to 2022 - Shift to Renewables will Impact Domestic Demand while Exports Rebound

Summary

Australia is endowed with abundant natural resources including gold, uranium, coal, iron ore, copper, and natural gas. The mining industry plays an important role in the country’s economy. The country had 114.8 billion tonnes (Bnt) of proven coal reserves, accounting for 12.7% of the global total in 2016, of which sub-bituminous and lignite accounted for 76.5Bnt, and bituminous and anthracite accounted for 68.3Bnt.

In 2017, Australia produced 500 million tonnes (Mt) of coal, which was down by 2% over 2016, owing to Cyclone Debbie. Over the forecast period (2018-2022), the country’s coal production is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1.1owing to the commencement of mines, including the Baralaba North and Rolleston expansion mines, both located in Queensland.

Australia was the world’s largest exporter of coal with Japan and China being the two largest importers. In 2017, Japan accounted for 31.2% of the country’s exports, followed by China.Glencoreplc, BHP Billiton Ltd., Peabody Energy Corporation, and Rio Tinto plc are the major coal miners in Australia.

"Coal Mining in Australia to 2022", provides a comprehensive coverage on Australia’s coal industry. It provides historical and forecast data on coal production by type and grade, coal reserves, consumption and exports by type to 2022.

The report also includes a demand drivers section providing information on factors that are affecting the Australian coal industry. It further provides mines and projects count by company by status, profiles of major coal producers, information on the major active, planned and exploration projects. In addition, the report also covers Australian mining fiscal regime.

Scope
  • The report contains an overview of Australia's coal mining industry inlcuding key demand driving factors affecting the country’s coal mining industry.
  • It provides detailed information on reserves, reserves by grade and state, production, production by type and grade, major operating mines, major exploration and development projects, competitive landscape, consumption, exports and exports by type.
  • Further, it also provides country's fiscal regime, which covers governing bodies, relevant laws, rights and obligations as well as key taxes, fees, and royalties.
Reasons to buy
  • To gain an understanding of the Australia's coal mining industry, relevant driving factors
  • To understand historical and forecast trend on country's coal production, consumption, and exports
  • To gain an overview of the country's mining fiscal regime
  • To find out Australian governing bodies, laws, rights and obligations, major taxes, fees and royalties applciable for the country's mining industry.
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • BHP Billiton Ltd.
  • Glencore plc
  • Rio Tinto plc
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1 Table of Contents

2. Coal Mining in Australia: Executive Summary

3. Coal Mining in Australia: Reserves, Production, Consumption, and Trade
3.1. Reserves and Proximate Analysis
3.1.1. Reserves by Country and Grade
3.1.2. Proximate Analysis of Coal
3.2. Historical and Forecast Production
3.2.1. Production by Type
3.2.2. Production by Grade
3.3. Active Mines
3.4. Exploration Projects
3.5. Development Projects
3.6. Consumption and Exports
3.6.1. Exports by Type and Country
3.7. Factors Affecting the Demand for Coal
3.7.1. Domestic Power Generation Sector
3.7.2. Uplifting the Renewables - a Threat for Coal
3.7.3. Demand from Asian Markets

4. Coal Mining in Australia: Major Coal Producers
4.1. Mines and Projects Count by Company
4.2. Annual Revenues by Major Coal Producers
4.3. Glencore plc
4.4. Rio Tinto plc
4.5. BHP Billiton Ltd.
4.6. Peabody Energy Corporation

5. Australia’s Mining Industry: Fiscal Regime
5.1. Governing Bodies and Agencies
5.1.1. National Level
5.1.2. State or Territory Involvement
5.2. Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Laws, and Regulations
5.2.1. Offshore Legislation
5.2.2. Onshore Legislation
5.3. Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Mineral Licensing and Fees
5.3.1. New South Wales
5.3.2. Northern Territory
5.3.3. Queensland
5.3.4. South Australia
5.3.5. Tasmania
5.3.6. Victoria
5.3.7. Western Australia
5.4. Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime: Royalty and Taxes
5.4.1. Royalty
5.4.1.1. New South Wales
5.4.1.2. Northern Territory
5.4.1.3. Queensland
5.4.1.4. South Australia
5.4.1.5. Tasmania
5.4.1.6. Victoria
5.4.1.7. Western Australia
5.4.2. Corporate Income Tax (CIT)
5.4.2.1. Capital Expenditure Deduction
5.4.3. Withholding Tax
5.4.4. Treatment of Tax Losses
5.4.5. Goods and Services Tax (GST)

6. Appendix
6.1. Abbreviations
6.2. Methodology
6.2.1. Coverage
6.2.2. Secondary Research
6.3. Contact
6.4. Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Coal Mining in Australia - Top 10 Countries by Total Proven Coal Reserves (Billion Tonnes), 2016
Table 2: Coal Mining in Australia - Proximate Analysis of Coal by Country
Table 3: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Production (Million Tonnes), 2000-2022
Table 4: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Production by Type (Million Tonnes), 2000-2022
Table 5: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Production by Grade (Million Tonnes), 2000-2022
Table 6: Coal Mining in Australia - Active Mines, 2018
Table 7: Coal Mining in Australia - Active Mines, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 8: Coal Mining in Australia - Exploration Projects, 2018
Table 9: Coal Mining in Australia - Development Projects, 2018
Table 10: Coal Mining in Australia - Development Projects, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 11: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Consumption and Exports vs. Production (Million Tonnes), 2001-2022
Table 12: Coal Mining in Australia - Exports by Type (Million Tonnes), 2001-2022
Table 13: Coal Mining in Australia - Exports by Country (Million Tonnes), 2017
Table 14: Coal Mining in Australia - New Annual LRET (Gigawatt Hours), 2001-2030
Table 15: Coal Mining in Australia - Total No. of Coal Mines/Projects by Company and Status, 2018
Table 16: Coal Mining in Australia - Annual Revenues Comparison of Major Coal Producers (US$ Billion), 2013-2017
Table 17: Coal Mining in Australia - Glencore plc, Major Projects, 2018
Table 18: Coal Mining in Australia - Glencore plc, Major Projects, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 19: Coal Mining in Australia - Rio Tinto plc, Major Projects, 2018
Table 20: Coal Mining in Australia - BHP Billiton Ltd., Major Projects, 2018
Table 21: Coal Mining in Australia - BHP Billiton Ltd., Major Projects, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 22: Coal Mining in Australia - Peabody Energy Corporation, Major Projects, 2018
Table 23: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - National Level Mining Governing Bodies and Agencies, 2018
Table 24: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Governing Bodies and Agencies by State/Territory, 2018
Table 25: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Governing Bodies and Agencies by State/Territory, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 26: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Key Onshore Legislations by State/Territory, 2018
Table 27: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Key Onshore Legislations by State/Territory, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 28: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Key Onshore Legislations by State/Territory, 2018 (Contd.2)
Table 29: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Exploration License Application, Renewal and Tender Fees in NSW, 2018
Table 30: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Exploration (Mineral Owner) License Application and Renewal Fees in NSW, 2018
Table 31: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Leases and Fees in NSW, 2018
Table 32: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Assessment Leases and Fees in NSW, 2018
Table 33: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining License, Lease, Permit and Administration Fees in Northern Territory, 2018
Table 34: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining License, Lease, Permit and Administration Fees in Northern Territory, 2018 (Contd.1)
Table 35: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Annual Rent in Northern Territory, 2018
Table 36: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Late Lodgement Fees in Northern Territory, 2018
Table 37: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mineral Titles and Fees in Queensland, 2018
Table 38: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mineral Tenements and Fees in South Australia, 2018
Table 39: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Fees for Mining License and Lease in Tasmania, 2018
Table 40: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Other Mining Related Fees in Tasmania, 2018
Table 41: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Rents in Tasmania, 2018
Table 42: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Titles and Fees in Victoria, 2018
Table 43: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Mining Tenements and Fees in Western Australia, 2018
Table 44: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Rates in NSW by commodity, 2018
Table 45: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - CRD Factor, 2007-2017
Table 46: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Reference Prices for Prescribed Minerals, July 2017
Table 47: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Discounts on Processed Minerals, July 2017
Table 48: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - South Australia Royalty Rates (%), 2017
Table 49: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Royalty Rates in Western Australia (%), 2017
Table 50: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Withholding Tax Rates (%), 2017

List of Figures
Figure 1: Coal Mining in Australia - Australian Coal Deposits, Operating Mines and Exporting Ports, December 2016
Figure 2: Coal Mining in Australia - Proven Coal Reserves by Country (%), 2016
Figure 3: Coal Mining in Australia - Mine Life Snapshot of Projects that Commenced During the Review Period, 2018
Figure 4: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Production (Million Tonnes) vs. No. of Operating Mines, 2000-2022
Figure 5: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Production by Type (Million Tonnes) vs. Prices by Type (US$/Tonne), 2000-2022
Figure 6: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Production by Grade (Million Tonnes), 2000-2022
Figure 7: Coal Mining in Australia - Historical and Forecast Coal Consumption vs. Exports (Million Tonnes), 2001-2022
Figure 8: Coal Mining in Australia - Coal Consumption by End-Use Sector (%), 2017
Figure 9: Coal Mining in Australia - Exports by Type (Million Tonnes), 2001-2022
Figure 10: Coal Mining in Australia - Exports by Country (Million Tonnes), 2017
Figure 11: Coal Mining in Australia - Domestic Electricity Generation by Source (Gigawatt Hours), FY1990-FY2016
Figure 12: Coal Mining in Australia - Electricity Generation by Source (%), 2000-2016
Figure 13: Coal Mining in Australia - New Annual LRET (Gigawatt Hours), 2001-2030
Figure 14: Coal Mining in Australia - Global Coal Demand by Region (%), 2000-2015
Figure 15: Coal Mining in Australia - Total No. of Coal Mines/Projects by Company and Status, 2018
Figure 16: Coal Mining in Australia - Annual Revenue Comparison of Major Coal Producers (US$ Billion), 2013-2017
Figure 17: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Three Levels of Australia Government
Figure 18: Australia’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Department of Industry, Innovation and Science’s Key Objectives, 2018
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