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  • ERA - Vision
    releases Reports and publications Presentations Fact sheets Media contact Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity Our approach Vision The way we work Social Economic Environment Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Vision Vision ERA s vision is to be a world class uranium supplier that contributes to environmental sustainability and is trusted by Traditional Owners the community and its people ERA considers that the implementation of this vision will maximise shareholder value and benefit its stakeholders Code of Business Conduct At ERA we strive to keep to the guiding principles set out in our Code of Business Conduct particularly Placing paramount importance on the safety and wel lbeing of our people Creating value for our shareholders Building partnerships with our customers aiming to exceed their expectations Caring for our surrounding environment through exemplary management systems and a commitment to the principles of sustainable development Respecting the culture and aspirations of Indigenous people in our community particularly the Mirarr Traditional Owners of Ranger and Jabiluka Strengthening the culture of compliance with the legal framework within which ERA operates ERA is also guided by the Rio Tinto statement of business practices The way we

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/2316.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Social
    releases Reports and publications Presentations Fact sheets Media contact Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity Our approach Vision Social Community Partnership Fund Economic Environment Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Social Social Energy Resources of Australia Ltd ERA is a strong and dynamic part of the local community and makes a significant contribution to the Alligator Rivers Region and the Northern Territory As part of our approach to community engagement ERA contributes to programmes identified by local communities We believe effective partnerships stem from shared goals mutual commitment and proven outcomes ERA supports a wide range of community activities including partnerships and sponsorship providing support to local schools and students sport the arts and regional festivals Support is provided for a wide range of local community based events ranging from the ERA Golf Open and Gurrung Community Sports Carnival through to larger scale events such as the Northern Territory Indigenous Music Awards ERA is a supporter of the Mahbilil Festival in Jabiru and the Stone Country Festival in Gunbalanya ERA also sponsors the George Chaloupka Fellowship programme run by the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory Foundation Community Partnership Fund

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/2317.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Economic
    sales revenue from Ranger mine production In 2013 the equivalent of 4 25 per cent of Ranger sales revenue was disbursed to Northern Territory based Aboriginal organisations including the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation A further 1 25 per cent of Ranger sales revenue paid to the Commonwealth is distributed to the Northern Territory Government In 2013 ERA s royalties totalled 18 4 million 2012 20 6 million As ERA is now processing ore stockpile under the current operating agreements and legislative framework royalty payments will continue to decline in line with forecast production rates unless the Ranger 3 Deeps underground mine is developed During 2012 ERA commissioned ACIL Tasman to complete an Economic Impact Assessment of ERA s operations in the region The report highlighted ERA s significant contributions to the town of Jabiru and the East Alligator Rivers region as well as contributions to the Northern Territory and Australia The report assessed ERA s local and regional contributions in terms of direct contributions such as employment wages and salaries purchase of supplies royalty payments and indirect contributions flow on effects from salaries being spent locally the support for regional suppliers and local business The dollar value of ERA s combined direct and indirect contributions in 2012 was assessed as being 265 million for Jabiru 87 per cent of Jabiru s regional gross value added 273 million 58 per cent in the East Alligator River Region and 580 million 3 6 per cent for the Northern Territory In addition ERA holds the subleases on approximately 66 per cent of private dwellings in Jabiru and a number of key commercial buildings ERA also operates an airport to serve the mine the Jabiru township and surrounding regions and the tourist industry 82 per cent of the airport s traffic is unrelated to the

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/2318.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Environment
    Energy Resources of Australia s operations are located in a highly sensitive area recognised internationally for unique ecosystems and biodiversity significant environmental and cultural heritage values and with a long tradition of human habitation Our product uranium oxide plays a key role in meeting global energy needs with very low greenhouse gas emissions In meeting future demand for uranium supply ERA works towards safety leadership environmental protection and strong and

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/2319.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Water
    water ERA s Environment Safety and Health Management System encompasses all aspects of water capture storage supply distribution use and disposal at Ranger mine ERA s Water Management Plan directs the management of water on site The Water Management Plan is updated each year and approved by key stakeholders In recent years ERA has successfully completed a range of water management projects including installation of additional ground water monitoring bores and continuous real time water quality monitoring stations surface water and seepage interception trenches around stockpiles lifts of the Tailings Storage Facility clay core and the installation of over 7 000 prefabricated vertical drains wicks across the Pit 1 tailings area In 2013 ERA completed further significant water management infrastructure projects including the construction of a 220 million Brine Concentrator in September the commissioning of the new one gigalitre capacity Retention Pond 6 in January and the commissioning of the new process water contingency transfer pumping system between the Tailings Storage Facility and Pit 3 Brine concentrators use thermal energy to evaporate water which is subsequently condensed and discharged as clean distilled water This proven technology is scientifically and environmentally sound and will provide ERA with effective treatment means to reduce the process water inventory and to manage the impacts of future heavy rainfall events In March 2013 ERA and the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation representing the Mirarr Traditional Owners released the findings and 15 recommendations of the Independent Surface Water Working Group ISWWG The ISWWG was established in May 2012 to review surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger mine The outcome of the report and the consensus agreed to between the parties delivered a watershed agreement and helped improve relations between the Mirarr Traditional Owners and ERA Click here to view Volume 1 of the report Click

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/2684.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Traditional Owners
    in discussions and negotiations with ERA on matters of mutual interest This includes water management cultural heritage and environmental protection employment and training housing and town planning involvement in decision making processes royalties and the future of mining at Ranger Mining Agreement In January 2013 a suite of agreements covering the Ranger Project Area were executed by the Mirarr Traditional Owners ERA the Northern Land Council and the Commonwealth Government These agreements cover the existing mining operations and address a range of historical issues They also provide a structured approach for ongoing engagement and collaboration between the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and ERA The agreements entitle the Mirarr to greater participation in the benefits from mining on their land This includes an increased share of royalties establishment of a regional socio economic sustainability trust In addition the agreement resulted in the formation of a relationship committee with ERA to promote information sharing and collaboration and an agreed approach to increasing opportunities for local Aboriginal participation in business development training and employment The Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and ERA are represented on the Kakadu West Arnhem Social Trust and will each contribute funds on an annual basis The Mirarr Traditional Owners are also represented via the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation on the Closure Criteria Committee Working Group and are formal members of the Ranger Minesite Technical Committee Independent Surface Water Working Group The Mirarr Traditional Owners and ERA worked together on the Independent Surface Water Working Group ISWWG which began work in 2012 and reported in March 2013 on surface water management and monitoring associated with the Ranger mine The outcome of the report and the consensus agreed to between the parties has delivered a watershed agreement The main findings of the Independent Surface Water Working Group were The current surface water management and

    Original URL path: http://www.energyres.com.au/ourapproach/1697_traditional_owners.asp (2016-02-10)
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  • ERA - Uranium industry
    industry Australian exports of uranium oxide are subject to strict safeguards and non proliferation conditions to ensure that Australian uranium is only used for peaceful purposes ERA sells its product to electric utilities in Asia Europe and North America through an arrangement with Rio Tinto Uranium which provides expertise in global uranium sales and marketing activities ERA has a long production history and a strong relationship with a diverse range of global customers Currently 70 reactors are under construction world wide 47 of which are in Asia including India Since 2000 50 new reactors have been connected to the global power grid 40 of which are situated in Asia The primary drivers are rapidly expanding power requirements needed to sustain economic growth in the region energy security concerns and a desire to reduce long term greenhouse gas emissions However the short term outlook for the uranium is challenging The global uranium market remains characterised by reduced demand and excess supply resulting in extremely weak prices with the spot price for uranium falling to 2006 levels More than two years since the accident at Fukushima the Japanese reactor fleet of 54 units remains shut down Compounding the effects of reduced demand are continued increases in global mine production and secondary supply disposition from a variety of sources creating a substantial supply glut While the next few years could remain challenging for all uranium producers ERA s work to define a future as an underground miner will position the Company to take advantage of expected future nuclear power growth Click here for more information about the Australian Safeguards and Non Proliferation Office Click here for more information about International Atomic Energy Agency Click here for more information about the Australian Uranium Association Click here for more information about the Australian Nuclear Science

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  • ERA - Doing business with us
    information Share price tools Market information Financial calendar Media Media releases Reports and publications Presentations Fact sheets Media contact Careers Vacancies Indigenous employment Diversity Our approach Vision Social Economic Environment Water Traditional Owners Uranium industry Doing business with us Email this page Home Our approach Doing business with us Doing business with us Energy Resources of Australia Ltd ERA sources a diverse range of goods materials and services to support our operations ERA products reflect our commitment to quality and improvement We constantly review and improve our operational procedures invest in the training and development of our employees and create strict controls in order to assure the accurate and timely delivery of ERA products We are committed to maintaining our reputation as a reliable Company with long term sustainable relationships with our stakeholders We report on our performance in our annual financial report and in our sustainable development report If you are interested in becoming a supplier please visit the Rio Tinto Procurement website In accordance with section 60FD 4 of the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 a copy of ERA s Carbon Tax Removal Substantiation Statement can be found here Latest media releases 28 January 2016 ERA announces full

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