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ACIL Tasman is an economic consulting company which has been a key advocate for the coal and mining industries in Australia.
Modelling for coal clients
On its website ACIL Tasman states that "ACIL Tasman has substantial consultancy experience providing advice to the coal, petroleum and minerals industries both in Australia and internationally. We understand the importance of these resources to economic growth and prosperity, the role of government resources policy, and the requirements for infrastructure. Our knowledge as resource consultants has been gained in the course of analysing resource policy issues and resource projects in Australia and overseas since the 1980s. Our experience and expertise encompasses project evaluation, industry structure, energy market analysis, energy market modelling, public policy and regulation."
Articles and Resources
- ACIL Tasman, "Coal, petroleum and minerals: economic consulting and assessment", ACIL Tasman website, accessed February 2013.
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ACIL Tasman reports
- ACIL Tasman, Economic Assessment of CPRS’ Treatment of Coal Mining– EITE Activity Policy and the Coal Mining Sector, Prepared for the Australian Coal Association, 7 May 2009.
- ACIL Tasman, Modelling greenhouse gas emissions from Stationary energy sources, Electricity sector and direct combustion emissions over the period to 2029-30, Prepared for Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, January 2011.
- ACIL Tasman, Impact of Proposed Carbon Price on Black Coal Mining – Analysis of existing coal mines and potential coal developments based on survey data, Prepared for the Australian Coal Association, 10 June 2011.
- Tristian Edis, "ACIL Tasman - Confessions of an economic hit…sorry, miss man", Climate Spectator, September 12, 2012.
- Tony Wood and Tristan Edis, "New protectionism under carbon pricing: case studies of LNG, coal mining and steel sectors", Grattan Institute, pages 25-26.