Unlocking Australia’s potential in lithium-ion battery manufacturing

Joint media release with the Minister for Trade, Tourism and Investment Read more

Coal, iron ore, LNG exports support trade surplus

Surging coal, iron ore and LNG exports have made a major contribution to Australia’s trade surplus for October, Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan said today. Read more

Minister welcomes first shipment from Amrun bauxite project

Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan has congratulated Rio Tinto on achieving its first shipment of bauxite from its Amrun project on Cape York six weeks early. Read more

Canavan commends Adani on securing finance, start of works imminent

Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matthew Canavan has welcomed Adani’s announcement it will self-finance its Carmichael mine and rail project, with the start of preparatory construction works imminent. Read more

Bill introduced to implement Treaty with Timor-Leste

Joint media release with the Minister for Foreign Affairs Read more

Canavan welcomes WA decision on fracking

Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan today welcomed a decision by the WA Government to allow fracking in parts of the state. Read more

Canavan named a champion of Australia-India relationship

Our resurgent resources sector will help bond Australia and India in their growing economic partnership, as outlined in the Government’s response to the India Economic Strategy. Read more

Study to add muscle to Northern Australia’s beef sector

A new study into northern Australia’s beef industry could spark an estimated $3 billion-plus investment in the industry over the next decade. Read more

Landmark LNG project officially opened in Darwin

The official opening of one of the nation’s largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) processing facilities signals the beginning of decades of economic benefits for northern Australia. Read more

Larrakia Package to provide 40 years of funding

Indigenous communities in the Top End are set to benefit for the next 40 years from a funding package formalised today by the Australian and Northern Territory governments, the Larrakia people and Japanese oil and gas company INPEX. Read more


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