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Australia Gold Mining to 2025

Australia is endowed with 70 different types of mineral deposits, of which key mineral commodities include coal, iron ore, bauxite, gold, nickel, copper, zinc, and uranium. Australia is endowed with 70 different types of mineral deposits, of which key mineral commodities include coal, iron ore, bauxite, gold, nickel, copper, zinc, and uranium. Australia is the world’s second largest gold producer, reported a soften growth of 0.5% in 2020, against 4.2% growth in 2019. This was mainly due to lower output from the country’s largest producer, Newcrest Mining, which had 5.6% lower output, owing to the lower grade milled and ongoing expansion work at its Cadia mine. The COVID-19 pandemic had a very limited impact on the country’s mining industry, mainly limited to the first quarter of 2020. Furthermore, in 2021, the country’s production is expected to rebound with 3.1% growth, backed by the start of Capricorn Metal’s Karlawinda Gold in June 2021, and completion of Newcrest’s Cadia Molybdenum plant, which is expected to deliver its first production by the end of November 2021. Over the forecast period (2021–2025), the country’s gold output is expected to grow at a compound average growth rate (CAGR) of 3.5%.

Scope

The report contains an overview of Australia’s gold mining industry, gold reserves, historical and forecast data on the production, production by company. It also provides detailed analysis of the COVID-19 impact on the industry. The demand driving section briefs about the Chinese gold demand. The report also provides detailed information on major active, exploration and development projects.

Reasons to Buy

To gain a comprehensive evaluation of the impact of the COVID-19 on Australia’s gold mining industry

To understand the historical and forecast trend on the country’s gold production

To understand production by major producers, by mines and trend of gold prices

To get an overview on demand from Chinese market

To evaluate major active, exploration and development mines of gold in the country

To understand about the country’s fiscal regime, major governing bodies, taxes are applicable.

Companies Mentioned

Newcrest Mining Ltd, Newmont, Northern Star Resources Ltd, Evolution Mining Ltd

Table of Contents

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| Table of Contents

| List of Figures

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1 Executive Summary

2 Reserves, Production and Prices

2.1 Gold Reserves by Country

2.2 Gold Production

2.3 Production by Company

2.4 Gold Prices

3 Gold Assets

3.1 Active Mines

3.2 Exploration Projects

3.3 Development Projects

4 Demand Drivers

4.1 Demand from China

5 Major Gold Producers

5.1 Mines and Projects by Company

5.2 Company Profiles

 Newcrest Mining Ltd

 Newmont Corp

 Northern Star Resources Ltd

 Evolution Mining Ltd

6 Australia Fiscal Regime

6.1 Governing Bodies and Agencies

 National Level

 State or Territory Involvement

6.2 Laws and Regulations

 Offshore Legislation

 Onshore Legislation

6.3 Mineral Licensing and Fees

 New South Wales

 Northern Territory

 Queensland

 South Australia

 Tasmania

 Victoria

 Western Australia

6.4 Royalty and Taxes

 Royalty

 New South Wales

 Northern Territory

 Queensland

 South Australia

 Tasmania

 Victoria

 Western Australia

6.5 Corporate Tax (CIT)

 Capital Expenditure Deduction

 Withholding Tax

 Treatment of Tax Losses

 Goods and Service Tax (GST)

7 Appendix

7.1 Abbreviations

7.2 Methodology

7.3 Coverage

7.4 Secondary Research

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List of Tables

Table 1: Australia gold mining – Historical and forecast gold production (million ounces), 2005–2025

Table 2: Australia gold mining – Australian gold production by major company (thousand ounces), 2019–2020

Table 3: Australia gold mining – Gold prices quarterly (US$/ounces), Q1 2015–Q2 2021

Table 4: Australia gold mining – Active mines, 2021

Table 5: Australia gold mining – Exploration projects, 2021

Table 6: Australia gold mining – Development projects, 2021

Table 7: Australia gold mining – Number of operating, development, and exploration projects by company, 2021

Table 8: Australia gold mining – Newcrest Mining Ltd., major projects, 2021

Table 9: Australia gold mining – Newmont Corp, major projects, 2021

Table 10: Australia gold mining – Northern Star Resources Ltd major projects, 2021

Table 11: Australia gold mining – Evolution Mining Ltd major projects, 2021

Table 12: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – National level mining governing bodies and agencies, 2020

Table 13: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining governing bodies and agencies by state/territory, 2021

Table 14: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining governing bodies and agencies by state/territory, 2021

Table 15: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Exploration (mineral owner) license application and renewal fees in NSW, 2021

Table 16: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining leases and fees in NSW, 2021

Table 17: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Assessment leases and fees in NSW, 2021

Table 18: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining license, lease, permit and administration fees in Northern Territory, 2021

Table 19: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mineral titles and fees in Queensland, 2021

Table 20: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mineral tenements and fees in South Australia, 2021

Table 21: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Fees for mining license and lease in Tasmania, 2021

Table 22: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Other mining related fees in Tasmania, 2021

Table 23: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining rents in Tasmania, 2021

Table 24: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining titles and fees in Victoria, 2021

Table 25: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Mining tenements and fees in Western Australia, 2021

Table 26: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Royalty rates in New South Wales by commodity, 2021

Table 27: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – CRD factor, 2008–2020

Table 28: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Price and royalty rate for base and precious metals in Queensland, FY2019–2020

Table 29: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Discounts on processed minerals, 2021

Table 30: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – South Australia royalty rates (%), 2021

Table 31: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Royalty rates in Western Australia (%), 2021

Table 32: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Royalty rates in Western Australia (%), 2021

List of Figures

Figure 1: Australia gold mining – Share of gold reserves by country, January 2021

Figure 2: Australia gold mining – Major gold deposits in Australia, 2021

Figure 3: Australia gold mining – Historical and forecast gold production (million ounces) vs. number of operating mines, 2005–2025

Figure 4: Australia gold mining – Australian gold production by major company (thousand ounces), 2019–2020

Figure 5: Australia gold mining – Gold prices quarterly (US$/ounces), Q1 2015 – Q2 2021

Figure 6: Australia gold mining – China gold consumption by end Use (thousand ounces), 2010-2025

Figure 7: Australia gold mining – Number of operating, development, and exploration projects by company, 2021

Figure 8: Australia’s mining fiscal regime – Three levels of Australia government

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