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Mining infrastructure: Time to move on

Resource-rich countries, development agencies and commentators have for years highlighted the potential to achieve ‘win-win’ outcomes through the sharing of rail, port and other infrastructure required for mining operations. Despite this opportunity, relatively few examples of shared mining infrastructure can be seen in developing countries, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.

Financial implications of debts incurred by FMG, Roy Hill building parallel infrastructure in Pilbara still playing out

Financial implications of debts incurred by FMG, Roy Hill building parallel infrastructure in Pilbara still playing out

In our recent article, ‘Shared-use mining infrastructure: why it matters, and how to achieve it’, we consider the cases for and against regulating for ‘open access’ to bulk mining logistics infrastructure....

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