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1107.0.55.001 - Directory of Energy Statistics, 2000  
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Contents >> Individual Collections >> Queensland Mineral Production and Coal Industry Statistics

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Queensland Mineral Production and Coal Industry Statistics

Contact

The Statistical Officer
Resource Development Division
Department of Mines and Energy (Queensland)
GPO Box 194
BRISBANE QLD 4001

Telephone: 07 3237 1569
Facsimile: 07 3237 0470
Email: eabott@dme.qld.gov.au
Internet: http://www.dme.qld.gov.au

Purpose

To provide statistical information about the Queensland mining industry, particularly mineral and coal production. This information is used by various government departments, industry and is published in various reports.

Description

Mineral production statistics are collected on a quarterly basis from a selection of the largest mineral producers in Queensland, with the exception of fuel minerals producers. Forms are mailed to the selected mineral producers and returned by mail. Approximately 35 mineral producers complete this return.

On a yearly basis mineral production statistics are collected from all (approximately 1,600) mineral producers in Queensland. Forms are mailed to all mineral producers in Queensland and returned by either mail or facsimile.

Method of collection

On a monthly basis coal industry statistics are collected from all (43) coal mines in Queensland. A coal mining return is used to collect the data, and a supply of these is retained by the coal mines. Upon completion these forms are either mailed, faxed or emailed to the Resource Development Division of the Department of Mines and Energy (Queensland).

Data detail

Collected on an annual basis:

  • Production
  • Value of production
  • Eemployment
  • Area disturbed and area rehabilitated

    Additional information is collected (previously collected by the Queensland Coal Board) which includes:

  • Production
  • Employment
  • Productivity
  • Sales --- export and domestic
  • Export details - including value, destination and port details

    Geographic coverage

    Queensland.

    Frequency of data availability

    Coal industry statistics are available monthly, quarterly and annually. Mineral production statistics are available annually.

    Coal industry statistics:

  • Calendar months
  • Quarters ended 31 March, 30 June, 30 September and 31 December
  • Years ended 30 June and 31 December

    Historical data

    Historical data are available on a financial year basis from the Queensland Minerals and Energy Review and the Queensland Coal Industry Review. In Australian Black Coal Statistics historical data are available on both a calendar year and financial year basis.

    Products and services available

    Publications

  • Australian Black Coal Statistics
  • Australian Monthly Statistical Service
  • Queensland Coal Industry Review
  • Queensland Government Mining Journal
  • Queensland Minerals and Energy Review
  • Queensland Monthly/Quarterly Statistical Service

    Other products and services

  • Special data about the coal industry are available on request - this information is provided on a fee-for-service basis


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