Documents

Significant Resource Projects in Western Australia - March 2014
(PDF 6110kb)
Major Resource Projects - March 2014
(PDF 8472kb)
Major Resource Map March 2014 - Inset B
(PDF 4923kb)
Kimberley Projects Map
(PDF 3881kb)
Pilbara Projects Map
(PDF 898kb)
Mid West Projects Map
(PDF 1925kb)
South West Projects Map
(PDF 1933kb)
Goldfields Projects Map
(PDF 1214kb)

Contact Information

Milka Klobucar
Executive Director, Project Facilitation

Major Resource Projects

Western Australia is one of the most productive and diversified mineral and petroleum regions in the world.

This page provides summary information, project value estimated in $A, and more detailed information such as projects commissioned, committed and under consideration.

The information is derived from the Prospect Magazine, which is published quarterly.

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Major Resource Projects Maps

A simplified A4 size PDF map of major resource development projects (operating and potential) in Western Australia is available. (Inset B)

More detailed maps are also available covering resource and industry projects and infrastructure in Western Australia's: Kimberley, Pilbara, Mid West, South West and Goldfields.

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Western Australia’s key resources sectors

The Western Australia’s key resources sectors page provides access to recent departmental presentations and publications overviewing investment activity and prospects in key Western Australian minerals and petroleum resources sectors.

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Principal Mineral and Petroleum Producers in Western Australia

A list of principal mineral and petroleum producers can be downloaded from the right hand panel. Information is listed by commodity and provides contact details, including website addresses, of the principal producers in Western Australia.

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Status of Major Projects in Western Australia

Western Australia continues to lead the way as Australia’s No.1 resources investment destination.

Significant resource projects in Western Australia lists significant new projects which have commenced construction, been committed to, or are under consideration.

This information is also available in the Department’s quarterly Prospect Magazine.

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