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The Resource The contribution of the Ranger Uranium Mine to the Northern Territory and Australian economies : the report of a study for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd., ACIL

The contribution of the Ranger Uranium Mine to the Northern Territory and Australian economies : the report of a study for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd., ACIL

Label
The contribution of the Ranger Uranium Mine to the Northern Territory and Australian economies : the report of a study for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd.
Title
The contribution of the Ranger Uranium Mine to the Northern Territory and Australian economies
Title remainder
the report of a study for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd.
Statement of responsibility
ACIL
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
AMG
Dewey number
338.27/4932
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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ACIL Australia
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  • ACIL Economics and Policy
  • Energy Resources of Australia Ltd
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  • Ranger Uranium Mines Pty Ltd
  • Uranium mines and mining
  • Aboriginal Australians
Label
The contribution of the Ranger Uranium Mine to the Northern Territory and Australian economies : the report of a study for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd., ACIL
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"August 1993"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: purpose of the study; Brief history of the Ranger operation : history leading to ERA's involvement in the Ranger project; Highlights since ERA's involvement -- General accounting framework : introduction; Using a national accounting approach; Time and discount rates: inflation; opportunity cost; Distributional questions -- ERA's company accounts: introduction; Broad aggregates; ERA's operating accounts -- Financial flows to Aboriginal people: some background; Royalty equivalent payments: Aboriginal land councils, Section 64 (3) payments; Section 64 (4) grants; Ranger agreement rent payments to traditional owners of the Ranger Project Area; Gagudju Association -- The Office of the Supervising Scientist : introduction; Establishment of the OSS; Structure and performance of the OSS; Environmental management of Ranger; The uranium export levy; Value added: Ranger and the OSS; Concluding comment -- Assessing the other directly linked impacts : Introduction; Side-effects on tourism : investments by Aboriginal groups; Mine visits; Infrastructure effects on tourist expenditure in Kakadu; Side-effects on non-mining activities in the town of Jabiru; The question of indirect costs; Side-effects of a scientific nature; Other indirect benefits -- The economic contribution of the Ranger Project to the Northern Territory and Australia
Control code
000010347003
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 71 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from Jon Altman papers
Isbn
9781875717064
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
(OCoLC)221482735
Label
The contribution of the Ranger Uranium Mine to the Northern Territory and Australian economies : the report of a study for Energy Resources of Australia Ltd., ACIL
Publication
Note
"August 1993"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Introduction: purpose of the study; Brief history of the Ranger operation : history leading to ERA's involvement in the Ranger project; Highlights since ERA's involvement -- General accounting framework : introduction; Using a national accounting approach; Time and discount rates: inflation; opportunity cost; Distributional questions -- ERA's company accounts: introduction; Broad aggregates; ERA's operating accounts -- Financial flows to Aboriginal people: some background; Royalty equivalent payments: Aboriginal land councils, Section 64 (3) payments; Section 64 (4) grants; Ranger agreement rent payments to traditional owners of the Ranger Project Area; Gagudju Association -- The Office of the Supervising Scientist : introduction; Establishment of the OSS; Structure and performance of the OSS; Environmental management of Ranger; The uranium export levy; Value added: Ranger and the OSS; Concluding comment -- Assessing the other directly linked impacts : Introduction; Side-effects on tourism : investments by Aboriginal groups; Mine visits; Infrastructure effects on tourist expenditure in Kakadu; Side-effects on non-mining activities in the town of Jabiru; The question of indirect costs; Side-effects of a scientific nature; Other indirect benefits -- The economic contribution of the Ranger Project to the Northern Territory and Australia
Control code
000010347003
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
viii, 71 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Donated from Jon Altman papers
Isbn
9781875717064
Other physical details
ill., map
System control number
(OCoLC)221482735

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