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BHP’s decision to temporarily suspend its nickel operations in Western Australia due to changing market conditions will have a substantial impact on the workers and communities of Kwinana, Kambalda and Kalgoorlie.

The Albanese Government will provide $13 million in grants to critical minerals projects in Queensland and South Australia to boost downstream processing and strengthen Australia’s sovereign capabilities.

Australia’s resources and energy export earnings are forecast to normalise over the next two years as commodity prices return to long-term levels following the price spike after Russia invaded Ukraine.

Joint media release with Minister for Climate Change and Energy the Hon Chris Bowen.

The Albanese Government has secured more Australian gas at reasonable prices for Australia’s east coast gas users, through a new supply deal with Walloons, part of Shell.

Joint media release with Minister for Trade and Tourism, Senator Don Farrell.

Australia and the European Union (EU) have agreed to work more closely together to strengthen the supply of critical minerals which is key to achieving the transition to net zero.

A new digital platform combining detailed datasets from across Australia to provide a unique view of the nation is now live.

The Albanese Government is backing the emerging industries and sectors that will seize the economic opportunities, deliver well-paid jobs and secure a Future Made in Australia as the world shifts to a net zero economy.

The Australian Government has released a medium and long-term strategy that establishes the role gas will play in the transition to net zero by 2050, securing affordable gas for Australia as we move to a more renewable grid, and confirming our commitment to being a reliable trading partner.

Joint media release with Prime Minister Anthony Albanese MP.

The Albanese Government will deliver a generational investment to find new deposits of minerals and sources of energy to help build a Future Made in Australia, as part of a big focus on resources in next week’s Budget.

The Albanese Government is one that respects proper process.