National METS Survey 2020
SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SHARING THE RESULTS WITH YOU SOON
As we step into a new decade, it is imperative to create a comprehensive picture of the METS sector across the country. Which is why Austmine once again, and our key partners, are launching a new National METS Survey.
In 2013, Austmine undertook a benchmark National METS Survey that served as a landmark study in demonstrating the contribution of the sector to Australia’s economic prosperity. The findings were used as an advocacy tool to government, putting Australian METS on the map and ensuring that the sector received the recognition it deserves. To further define our understanding of Australia’s METS sector, Austmine also launched a supplementary survey in 2015.
You can find highlights from previous national surveys below:
Austmine is partnering with BHP and METS Ignited to deliver the National METS Survey 2020. We will also be working closely with major METS stakeholders and associations across the country, including Resource Industry Network (RIN), Aboriginal Enterprises in Mining, Energy and Exploration (AEMEE), Greater Whitsunday Alliance (GW3), Global Maintenance Upper Spencer Gulf Group (GMUSG) and the Territory Resources Services Association (TRSA).
The aim of the National METS Survey is to assess the contribution of the METS sector to the Australian economy and to create a comprehensive and definitive picture of its size, scope and key capabilities. It will also uncover information on the operations of METS businesses including innovation drivers, partnerships and collaboration, international market activity, supply chain relationships, current challenges and the impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The survey report and following analysis will be vital in shaping the future direction and vision for creating a prosperous, sustainable and competitive Australian METS sector by identifying major growth opportunities. As such, the survey will create the foundation for future advocacy of the sector to government bodies, mining organisations and key stakeholders and boost the profile of METS globally.
To ensure we encompass the entire breadth of the sector and get accurate survey results, we are calling out to all Australian METS companies to participate in the survey.
How Can I Become Involved?
SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED
We look forward to sharing the results with you soon.
All participating companies will also receive the final report and analysis directly to their inbox.