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AMEC is the leading voice of Australia's mineral exploration and mining industry representing over 275 member companies from all around Australia. Skip to the content Skip to the main menu Contact Us: +61 1300 738 184 [email protected]

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About AMEC

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is a national

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Get in Touch. Address: Level 2, 1 Havelock St, West Perth 6005 Phone: 1300 738 184

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Membership

Staying on top of the mountain of issues, policy proposals, and legislative and regulatory

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Events

These events feature presentations from mining companies, consultants and

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Library

Submission and Reports. Our recent publications and submissions. 2020 Critical

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Contact Us

Head Office. Address all correspondence to: PO Box 948 West Perth WA 6872 ABN: 33

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Federal

Australia’s mining and mineral exploration industry makes an incredible contribution to

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NSW

Mining and Exploration in NSW. NSW has a proud mining past, including the site of the

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NT

Mining and Exploration in NT. The mining industry in the Northern Territory in 2018

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QLD

The minerals exploration sector underpins the sustainability and growth of the mining

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Full Members Association of Mining and Exploration Company

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is the peak industry body representing over 275 member companies from all around Australia. Our members are explorers, emerging miners, producers and a wide range of businesses and service providers working in and for our industry. With the largest and most diverse membership in the resource industry, []

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COVID 19 Association of Mining and Exploration Company

We have compiled a list of useful online resources for AMEC members. This is not a comprehensive list and the information made available is constantly changing. We will endeavour to keep you up to date with any information that may impact or affect the industry, as it becomes available. If there are any particular areas or information you require, please don’t hesitate to contact AMEC.

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Association of Mining & Exploration Companies Business News

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is the peak industry representative body for mineral exploration and mining throughout Australia with offices in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney. Its purpose is to facilitate a positive political and economic environment to grow the exploration and mining industry on behalf of our members.

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Association of Mining and Exploration Companies

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The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC

Association of Mining and Exploration Companies CEO Simon Bennison says it recognises mining’s significance to the economy at a time of record low exploration spending. Former industry and science minister Ian Macdonald, a long-time mining sector favourite, was dumped for promoted junior minister Josh Frydenberg.

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Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC)

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is an industry association representing over 275 member companies across Australia. Our members are explorers, emerging miners, producers, and a wide range of businesses and service providers working in and for the industry.

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American Exploration & Mining Association Mining Makes

The American Exploration & Mining Association’s Annual Meeting and Exposition, held the first week of December, is the second largest annual mining convention in the U.S. Our convention consists of short courses, technical sessions, and a 250 booth trade exposition.

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WA AMEC Association of Mining and Exploration Company

The mining and exploration industry make a critical contribution to the State’s economy employing more than 125,000 people, providing around 20% of the State’s revenue through royalty payments annually, and over $1 billion a year being invested in mineral exploration.

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About AMEC Association of Mining and Exploration Company

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is a national association representing over 325 member companies from all around Australia. Our members are explorers, emerging miners, producers and a wide range of businesses and service providers working in and for our industry.

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Association of Mining and Exploration Companies

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AMEC Association Of Mining and Exploration Companies

AMEC Association Of Mining and Exploration Companies, West Perth. 2,756 likes · 9 talking about this · 1 was here. AMEC is the peak national industry representative body for mineral exploration and...

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Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC)

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is an industry association representing over 275 member companies across Australia. Our members are explorers, emerging miners, producers, and a wide range of businesses and service providers working in and for the industry.

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Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC)

Bridging this significant, and often conflicting, gap between national politics and industry leaders in Australia is the Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC). AMEC has evolved into the peak representative body for mineral exploration and mining, on a nationwide scale, since its formation in 1981.

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association of mining and exploration companies

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) is the peak industry representative body for mineral exploration and mining throughout Australia with offices in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney. Its purpose is to facilitate a positive political and economic environment to grow the exploration and mining industry on behalf of our members.

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