Resource Strategies was formed in 1996. Resource Strategies undertakes challenging resource-based commissions in a variety of regions and planning jurisdictions. Resource Strategies is results focussed and is committed to assisting the resources business sector in achieving better outcomes throughout the lifecycle of resources projects, from exploration and approvals, through operations, and into mine closure maintenance and relinquishment.
- Proven Track Record
- Strategic Approach
- Professional Negotiation
- Broad Experience
Resource Strategies has a track record of achieving successful approvals for large and complex projects. We have a demonstrated ability to obtain required approvals within operational timing constraints and budgets. We focus on delivering maximum project value through the approvals process, whilst maintaining a level of approvals and environmental risk that is appropriate for the client and within statutory and policy frameworks.
We work closely with our clients to identify key environmental risks to project value and approval timing. Resource Strategies provides advice on project design, approval strategies and stakeholder engagement to assist clients to optimise their project value within the statutory and policy framework set by the relevant government authorities. Resource Strategies adopts an integrated strategic approach with each client to manage the environmental approval process from scoping to project delivery.
Successful management of stakeholder issues involves an experienced understanding of the interrelationships between technical, social and regulatory interfaces. We can assist clients to resolve stakeholder issues by developing negotiation strategies and facilitating access to key stakeholders.
Resource Strategies has coordinated environmental assessments and approvals for major resource and infrastructure projects in NSW, Queensland, Victoria, Tasmania, Northern Territory and WA, including assessments under the Commonwealth Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, 1999. Our staff are familiar with issues associated with coal, metalliferous and mineral sands mining and a variety of open cut and underground methods. Resource Strategies also coordinates approvals for mining related infrastructure, including ports, electricity transmission lines and water and gas pipelines.