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South Australia is host to a third of the world’s known uranium resources and is the largest uranium exporter in Australia. The finalisation of these agreements opens up the markets of India and UAE for the State’s uranium miners and explorers.


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Coming Events

2015 SA Exploration & Mining Confernce

Friday 11 December


Hear from 20 presentations focusing on South Australia's up and coming players, exploration projects, feasibility studies and our state's mineral producers as we celebrate the 12th SA Exploration and Mining Conference. 


$185 per person





Australian first - Community focused resource industry magazine launched in SA

SACOME formally launched Resourcing SA last week, which has the largest circulation in Australia for a mining and petroleum industry publication.


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SNAPPED! Photo Competition Award Winners announced at SACOME lunch

Winners across the four categories of; Outback, Industrial, People and Community were announced at SACOME's 20 November lunch which featured a mining, oil & gas outlook by Tim Goldsmith, PWC & Drew Edwards, ANZ. Over 220 guests were in attendance at the final lunch for 2015 which also saw the launch of SACOME's new magazine, Resourcing SA.


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New SACOME Councillors & Strategic Plan 2015-18 released

The SACOME AGM held on Thursday 12 November saw the appointment of two SACOME Councillors, in addition to the release of SACOME's Strategic Plan 2015-18. Alice McCleary (Archer Exploration) re-joins the Council with Chris Jamieson (Beach Energy) being newly appointed. Joe Ranford (Terramin Australia) stepped down from his post as Councillor, we thank Joe for his many years of service.


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Green groups lobby to keep radioactive waste in hospitals and universities

“Unfortunately we have Green groups attempting to tarnish this process before the detailed considerations are undertaken. They would rather this material be distributed amongst the 100s of sites near or at capacity in Australia’s hospitals, universities and research centres.”


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