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November 2020

The Chamber of Minerals and Energy (CME) of Western Australia recently raised concerns that an additional 8,000 skilled workers will be needed over the next 12-18 months. How will the state meet these demands, and can it be done locally?

We also speak to the University of Sydney about a report on zero-emission copper mines, take a closer look at what the Grosvenor explosion means for safety at the longwall, and examine a report about the key risk factors Australian mining faces.

We also delve into the costs of maintaining production, profile controversial mining magnate and politician Clive Palmer, assess BHP's environmental efforts, and chart the vital moments in iron ore's ascension to A$100bn in export value.



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