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WELCOME TO THE MINING LAW COMMITTEE

The Mining Law Committee seeks to promote the interchange of information and views, and to advance knowledge among individual members of the committee and others as to laws, practices and procedures affecting all activities concerning minerals and mining throughout the world.

Chair Ignacio Randle (Left)   View Full Officer List

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  • About the Committee

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  • Film and Media


  • Projects and Reports

Newsletters & Publications

The Mining Law Committee Newsletter is now available to download. Your IBA login is required to access these documents. Non-members can purchase through the shop.

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Mining Law newsletter, March 2014

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Mining Law newsletter, March 2011

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Unsurpassed expertise in energy and natural resources law from the IBA’s Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law Section.

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About the Committee

The objective of the Mining Law Committee is to promote an interchange of information and views, and to advance knowledge among individual members of the committee and others as to laws, practices and procedures affecting all activities concerning minerals and mining throughout the world.
Additionally, the Mining Law Committee works with the following committees to form the Section on Energy, Environment, Natural Resources and Infrastructure Law:

 

Film and Media

‘Putting Ourselves in Their Shoes’ is a film which tells of the rising resentments among community members to the operations of Tintaya mine through the course of its government ownership and subsequent privatisation
 
   
In 2011, the IBA hosted a webcast interview and Q&A with Peter Rees QC, Legal Director of Royal Dutch Shell.
 
 
 

 

Projects and Reports

Model Mining Development Agreement Project

The Model Mining Development Agreement Project is an effort by the committee to prepare a tool to improve transparency, quality and results of contract negotiations between host states and mining companies. It intends to take into account the experience of practitioners on all sides, and insights from academics, government and industry.

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Introducing the Spanish version of the AMPLA Model Mining Services Contract

The Mining Law Committee has announced the release of the Spanish version of the AMPLA Model Mining Services Contract. The Mining Law Committee has developed this Spanish version under licence from AMPLA Limited (the Resources and Energy Law Association of Australia).

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