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Queensland Resources Council
Economic Contribution

Since opening this page, the Queensland resources sector has generated the following contribution to the state's economy

$-2,460

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Infrastructure

From pit to port, the mining supply chain is a complex process, which relies on efficient approvals processes and regulation, and secure and reliable infrastructure such as rail, water, port and energy.

Timely access to competitively-priced infrastructure services and secure infrastructure planning and coordination by government is imperative to support growth and expansion.

QRC works with member companies and government to secure efficient and predictable systems and regulation and administration conducive to maintaining Queensland's place as a competitive global mining jurisdiction.

QRC provides strong multi-commodity advocacy catered to QRC's broad membership, which comprises coal, metalifferous, renewable, energy, coal-seam gas, uranium and underground coal gasification members.

QRC submission to Inland Rail Implementation Group
QRC Water Stategy
QRC Economic Infrastructure Position