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The mining boom, particularly in Western Australia and Queensland, continues to fuel strong levels of inbound investment from Asia, particularly from North Asia and more recently India. The trend towards investment in enabling infrastructure (port and rail) as well as mines and asset acquisitions is increasing, despite concerns over the accumulated impact of potential new federal taxes. It remains to be seen whether the MRRT in particular will have a damaging effect in the longer term.

Corrs’ long and deep association with the mining sector has seen it continue to provide timely strategic advice to major mining companies. As foreign investors continue to seek secure long-term supplies, Corrs has demonstrated its ability to handle complex, multijurisdictional transactions by acting on the largest Chinese and the two largest Indian investments in the Australian mining sector.

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Lizzie Knight

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Our Experience

Adani’s acquisition of Linc Energy's coal tenements

Corrs advised Adani Group (India's largest coal importer) on its acquisition of Linc Energy's coal tenements: reported as the largest single investment by an Indian company in Australia with the deal worth as much as US$2.7 billion. A key feature was the speed with which it was undertaken (less than a week from announcement to completion).

Underlying changes in tenure arrangements added to the complexity of the deal and necessitated a fast response to ensure issues were properly identified, advised and addressed by completion date. Corrs advised on all aspects of the transaction including legal due diligence and negotiation and drafting of all transaction documents, including the Asset Sale Agreement and Overriding Royalty Agreement.

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Andean Resources

When Goldcorp Inc acquired Andean Resources for $C3.6 billion, it was a complex cross border transaction involving a dual listed target and bidder. This required compliance with Australian and Canadian securities, disclosure and mining standards and dealing with Australia, Canadian, US and Argentinean regulators.

Working with legal teams in Canada, Corrs completed the agreement in only four days, trumping unsolicited and hostile proposals in what was one of the world’s largest gold mining takeovers in 2010.

More

Fortescue’s ASIC appeal

The High Court handed down a landmark decision in favour of Fortescue Metals Groups and Chairman Andrew Forrest regarding the proceedings brought against them by ASIC relating to ASX disclosure obligations.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth advised Fortescue on the successful high profile defence of the allegations by ASIC. The judgement vindicated both Fortescue and Mr Forrest, ruling that neither party contravened the Corporations Act. 

More

Mining in Surat Basin

Stanmore Coal engaged Corrs Chambers Westgarth to assist with a deal to substantially increase its footprint in the Surat Baisin on the New South Wales/Queensland border. Under the agreement with Queensland Coal Corporation (QCC), Stanmore swapped its Altamondt tenement for QCC plots in the highly prospective basin.

The acquisition paved the way for a pipeline of Surat projects and supports the company’s plans to develop additional, cost-competitive open cut mines.  

Several months later, Stanmore again turned to Corrs to advise on its participation in Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal Expansion Phase 1 and on its equity and debt funding arrangements with Sprint Capital and Credit Suisse. These transactions marked the beginning of a transformative period for Stanmore and a pivotal state in the development of its Queensland coal assets.

More

Murchison Metals

Murchison Metals sold its interests in Crosslands Resources and the Oakajee Port and Rail project to its joint venture partner Mitsubishi Development for $A325 million.

The transaction, advised by Corrs, allowed Murchison to exit its investment for a cash return after an extensive strategic review process to maximise shareholder value in relation to these interests.

More

Straits Demerger

The separation of Straits’ metals business into a new ASX listed company, Straits Metals, created an exciting new gold and copper focused metals business. The demerger was followed by the $550 million takeover of Straits (which then only held the coal business) by a subsidiary of PTT International Company Ltd.

Corrs teams from nine technical disciplines advised on all aspects of both transactions under extremely tight deadlines. This included disclosure issues, takeovers law, the sale and purchase of the metals business, court procedures for the scheme of arrangement for the takeover, and the renegotiation of Straits financing arrangements.

More

Straits Resources Limited

When ASX-listed mining and exploration company Straits Resources wanted to capitalise on favourable market conditions by selling its Hillgrove Antimony-Gold Project to Court Resources WA, they turned to Corrs Chambers Westgarth for advice.

Straits focuses on copper and gold in Australia and Asia. Taking advantage of a recovery in the price of antimony and gold and increasingly tight metal supplies, the Corrs team secured a purchase price of A$40 million in cash and shares for the project. Under the terms of the deal, the project will be renamed Ancoa and taken through an Initial Public Offering.

Getting the deal to signing stage involved navigating complex issues under the ASX Listing Rules and negotiating a mutually acceptable completion and payment timetable fair and reasonable for Straits shareholders.

More

Whitehaven Coal project financing

As a trusted advisor, Corrs advised Whitehaven Coal, a leading player in Australia’s coal sector, in connection with its AU$5.1 billion merger with Aston Resources and the simultaneous acquisition of Boardwalk Resources.

Corrs recently advised Whitehaven in relation to the AU$450 million facilities put in place with the company’s merger. Facilities will be used to refinance existing project debt and to finance the on-going development of the Maules Creek coal project and other projects.

An unusual feature of this deal was that funding was provided through a series of bilateral facilities and was not structured as “traditional” project finance.

More

Yanzhou Coal

Managing disclosures on three stock exchanges, obtaining approvals in two countries and overcoming significant language and cultural differences were key challenges when Corrs advised on the biggest ever Chinese deal in the Australian coal sector.

Its client Yanzhou Coal became the first Chinese state-owned enterprise to acquire 100% of an Australian listed company through the A$3.5 billion acquisition of Felix Resources. The deal was innovative as it featured an undertaking by Yanzhou Coal to list Yancoal Australia on the Australian Securities Exchange by no later than the end of 2012, thereby guaranteeing public ownership.

The implementation of the transaction involved managing disclosures on three key stock exchanges - ASX, Shanghai and Hong Kong. A tight timeframe of only four months was met, even though all documents had to be translated and there were significant language and cultural differences that the team had to overcome.

More

Our Thinking

China’s tariffs on coal imports are being imposed to Australia’s chagrin but is this a question of throwing stones in glass houses?

Reinstating tariffs on coal provides China with a strong bargaining chip to push Australia to compromise on its treatment of Chinese imports.

More

Alternative options for reasonable legal costs in compensation negotiations and potential disclosure protocols

Is there are better way for dealing with reasonable legal costs and could disclosure protocols be introduced?

More

What are reasonable legal costs?

How do you determine whether legal fees are reasonable?

More

Australia’s carbon tax - Smoke, mirrors and just getting the job done

While Canberra argues about how to deal with climate change, Australian miners are simply getting on with reducing their carbon footprint.

More

Mining and oil and gas safety prosecutions set to rise in the West

Businesses that have had a serious safety incident since mid-2011 should be ready for the prosecutor to come knocking.

More

Regional Planning Interests Bill is another hurdle for resource projects

Resources projects could be excluded from areas of regional interest.

More

Investing in the Australian mining industry: A focus on coal and iron ore

Australia is a country with vast mineral wealth. This fact, coupled with its stable political, legal and economic environment, a highly skilled workforce, and a welcoming attitude to foreign investment, makes Australia a favoured destination.

More Download

A new ball game for competitive tendering of exploration permits for coal and other minerals

Junior explorers must approach their applications very differently from the past.

More

Will disclosure rules about production targets drive junior resource companies out of Australia?

They're in a catch 22 when it comes to disclosure of production targets and prospective financial information.

More

Mining in Indonesia: Surveying the minefield

A survey of 96 countries found Indonesia to be the least attractive investment destination for mining. Why?

More

Are there ‘real changes’ ahead for Australia’s mining sector?

Tony Abbott has declared Australia is ‘open for business’ but will the Coalition’s promises translate to real change?

More

Concerning mining lease objections - How to deal with ‘free hit’ objections to mining lease applications

Objections to mining leases with no evidence or only unsubstantiated concerns carry little force but cost applicants both time and money.

More

Strategic cropping land review: Have your say

Now is the time to let government know what you think about Queensland’s strategic cropping land laws.

More

Resolving disputes about Conduct and Compensation Agreements in Queensland

When compensation negotiations between resource companies and landowners stall, which dispute resolution method works best to get an agreement?

More

New clarity on compensation for landowner time

The Land Court has confirmed the current statutory position in relation to landowner time for resources compensation.

More

In hard times will take-or-pay contracts in the Australian coal industry be challenged?

Take-or-pay obligations in Australia’s coal sector are causing real pain but their enforceability may now be in question.

More

Reviewing compensation for resources tenures - What’s done isn’t necessarily dusted

What is a material change of circumstance for the purpose of reviewing compensation?

More

Changes to the JORC Code - A new world order in resources reporting?

From December 2013, listed resources stocks must change their reporting of exploration results, minerals and ore reserves.

More

Drones and driverless trucks and LHDs - Automation is the future of Australian mining

The automated future of mining is here, but beware the commercial risks that arise with new technologies.

More

Do resources companies have to compensate land owners for their time?

Do Queensland land owners have a right to compensation for the time they spend negotiating conduct and compensation agreements?

More

Land access and compensation pitfalls: Who is an “occupier”?

Planned amendments to Queensland’s definition of "occupier" will not fix the current ambiguity and resources companies will still face land access risks.

More

Doing Business in Australia

Australia is an exceptional place in which to do business. Find out how we can help you develop your business in Australia.

More Download

Solving Australia’s mining productivity problem

Australia can restore its competitive edge in resources but it requires serious reform.

More

Investing in Africa via Australia - Why it makes sense

Chinese investors are seeking out Australian mining companies with African operations as a simplified way to access Africa’s mineral wealth. Because Australian miners have a valuable asset, too - a good reputation.

More

Green light for mining and CSG, but at what cost to developers and the environment?

The NSW Government’s Strategic Regional Land Use Policy offers little protection to farmers and the environment and manages to add costs and delays to coal and CSG projects.

More Download

The great Indian coal rush

Energy ravenous India is set to drive demand for Australian thermal coal.

More

Investing in mining related infrastructure - What investors and contractors should know

Australia’s vast mining and resources sector has an unquenchable thirst for infrastructure. Billions of dollars needs to be invested in roads, railways and port facilities to support the sector’s export chain.

More

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax - All systems go?

Subject to the possibility of a successful High Court challenge, and perhaps the outside chance of a Federal Election being called, Australia will have a new tax on iron ore and coal mining with effect from 1 July 2012.

More

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax - One step closer?

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax is one step closer to becoming a reality with the introduction of the Minerals Resource Rent Tax Bill 2011 into Parliament. Now is the time for MRRT taxpayers to prepare for its introduction.

More

Further tax complexities for deferred farm-out arrangements

The Australian Taxation Office has now released a second draft ruling on farm-out arrangements which highlights additional tax complexities when the acquisition of an interest by a farmee in a mining tenement is deferred.

More

Farm-out arrangements in ATO’s sights

A new draft tax ruling signals potential income tax and GST consequences for parties to immediate transfer farm-out arrangements.

More

The Carbon Price - Impacts on Australia's mining industry

The largest polluters in the mining sector will be directly impacted by the Carbon Price, but the flow on effects will be felt by the entire industry.

More

Our Experience

Adani’s acquisition of Linc Energy's coal tenements

Corrs advised Adani Group (India's largest coal importer) on its acquisition of Linc Energy's coal tenements: reported as the largest single investment by an Indian company in Australia with the deal worth as much as US$2.7 billion. A key feature was the speed with which it was undertaken (less than a week from announcement to completion).

Underlying changes in tenure arrangements added to the complexity of the deal and necessitated a fast response to ensure issues were properly identified, advised and addressed by completion date. Corrs advised on all aspects of the transaction including legal due diligence and negotiation and drafting of all transaction documents, including the Asset Sale Agreement and Overriding Royalty Agreement.

Andean Resources

When Goldcorp Inc acquired Andean Resources for $C3.6 billion, it was a complex cross border transaction involving a dual listed target and bidder. This required compliance with Australian and Canadian securities, disclosure and mining standards and dealing with Australia, Canadian, US and Argentinean regulators.

Working with legal teams in Canada, Corrs completed the agreement in only four days, trumping unsolicited and hostile proposals in what was one of the world’s largest gold mining takeovers in 2010.

Fortescue’s ASIC appeal

The High Court handed down a landmark decision in favour of Fortescue Metals Groups and Chairman Andrew Forrest regarding the proceedings brought against them by ASIC relating to ASX disclosure obligations.

Corrs Chambers Westgarth advised Fortescue on the successful high profile defence of the allegations by ASIC. The judgement vindicated both Fortescue and Mr Forrest, ruling that neither party contravened the Corporations Act. 

Mining in Surat Basin

Stanmore Coal engaged Corrs Chambers Westgarth to assist with a deal to substantially increase its footprint in the Surat Baisin on the New South Wales/Queensland border. Under the agreement with Queensland Coal Corporation (QCC), Stanmore swapped its Altamondt tenement for QCC plots in the highly prospective basin.

The acquisition paved the way for a pipeline of Surat projects and supports the company’s plans to develop additional, cost-competitive open cut mines.  

Several months later, Stanmore again turned to Corrs to advise on its participation in Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal Expansion Phase 1 and on its equity and debt funding arrangements with Sprint Capital and Credit Suisse. These transactions marked the beginning of a transformative period for Stanmore and a pivotal state in the development of its Queensland coal assets.

Murchison Metals

Murchison Metals sold its interests in Crosslands Resources and the Oakajee Port and Rail project to its joint venture partner Mitsubishi Development for $A325 million.

The transaction, advised by Corrs, allowed Murchison to exit its investment for a cash return after an extensive strategic review process to maximise shareholder value in relation to these interests.

Straits Demerger

The separation of Straits’ metals business into a new ASX listed company, Straits Metals, created an exciting new gold and copper focused metals business. The demerger was followed by the $550 million takeover of Straits (which then only held the coal business) by a subsidiary of PTT International Company Ltd.

Corrs teams from nine technical disciplines advised on all aspects of both transactions under extremely tight deadlines. This included disclosure issues, takeovers law, the sale and purchase of the metals business, court procedures for the scheme of arrangement for the takeover, and the renegotiation of Straits financing arrangements.

Straits Resources Limited

When ASX-listed mining and exploration company Straits Resources wanted to capitalise on favourable market conditions by selling its Hillgrove Antimony-Gold Project to Court Resources WA, they turned to Corrs Chambers Westgarth for advice.

Straits focuses on copper and gold in Australia and Asia. Taking advantage of a recovery in the price of antimony and gold and increasingly tight metal supplies, the Corrs team secured a purchase price of A$40 million in cash and shares for the project. Under the terms of the deal, the project will be renamed Ancoa and taken through an Initial Public Offering.

Getting the deal to signing stage involved navigating complex issues under the ASX Listing Rules and negotiating a mutually acceptable completion and payment timetable fair and reasonable for Straits shareholders.

Whitehaven Coal project financing

As a trusted advisor, Corrs advised Whitehaven Coal, a leading player in Australia’s coal sector, in connection with its AU$5.1 billion merger with Aston Resources and the simultaneous acquisition of Boardwalk Resources.

Corrs recently advised Whitehaven in relation to the AU$450 million facilities put in place with the company’s merger. Facilities will be used to refinance existing project debt and to finance the on-going development of the Maules Creek coal project and other projects.

An unusual feature of this deal was that funding was provided through a series of bilateral facilities and was not structured as “traditional” project finance.

Yanzhou Coal

Managing disclosures on three stock exchanges, obtaining approvals in two countries and overcoming significant language and cultural differences were key challenges when Corrs advised on the biggest ever Chinese deal in the Australian coal sector.

Its client Yanzhou Coal became the first Chinese state-owned enterprise to acquire 100% of an Australian listed company through the A$3.5 billion acquisition of Felix Resources. The deal was innovative as it featured an undertaking by Yanzhou Coal to list Yancoal Australia on the Australian Securities Exchange by no later than the end of 2012, thereby guaranteeing public ownership.

The implementation of the transaction involved managing disclosures on three key stock exchanges - ASX, Shanghai and Hong Kong. A tight timeframe of only four months was met, even though all documents had to be translated and there were significant language and cultural differences that the team had to overcome.

Our Thinking

Doing Business in Australia

Australia is an exceptional place in which to do business. Find out how we can help you develop your business in Australia.

Investing in the Australian mining industry: A focus on coal and iron ore

Australia is a country with vast mineral wealth. This fact, coupled with its stable political, legal and economic environment, a highly skilled workforce, and a welcoming attitude to foreign investment, makes Australia a favoured destination.

The Carbon Price - Impacts on Australia's mining industry

The largest polluters in the mining sector will be directly impacted by the Carbon Price, but the flow on effects will be felt by the entire industry.

Farm-out arrangements in ATO’s sights

A new draft tax ruling signals potential income tax and GST consequences for parties to immediate transfer farm-out arrangements.

Further tax complexities for deferred farm-out arrangements

The Australian Taxation Office has now released a second draft ruling on farm-out arrangements which highlights additional tax complexities when the acquisition of an interest by a farmee in a mining tenement is deferred.

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax - One step closer?

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax is one step closer to becoming a reality with the introduction of the Minerals Resource Rent Tax Bill 2011 into Parliament. Now is the time for MRRT taxpayers to prepare for its introduction.

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax - All systems go?

Subject to the possibility of a successful High Court challenge, and perhaps the outside chance of a Federal Election being called, Australia will have a new tax on iron ore and coal mining with effect from 1 July 2012.

Investing in mining related infrastructure - What investors and contractors should know

Australia’s vast mining and resources sector has an unquenchable thirst for infrastructure. Billions of dollars needs to be invested in roads, railways and port facilities to support the sector’s export chain.

The great Indian coal rush

Energy ravenous India is set to drive demand for Australian thermal coal.

Green light for mining and CSG, but at what cost to developers and the environment?

The NSW Government’s Strategic Regional Land Use Policy offers little protection to farmers and the environment and manages to add costs and delays to coal and CSG projects.

Investing in Africa via Australia - Why it makes sense

Chinese investors are seeking out Australian mining companies with African operations as a simplified way to access Africa’s mineral wealth. Because Australian miners have a valuable asset, too - a good reputation.

Solving Australia’s mining productivity problem

Australia can restore its competitive edge in resources but it requires serious reform.

Land access and compensation pitfalls: Who is an “occupier”?

Planned amendments to Queensland’s definition of "occupier" will not fix the current ambiguity and resources companies will still face land access risks.

Do resources companies have to compensate land owners for their time?

Do Queensland land owners have a right to compensation for the time they spend negotiating conduct and compensation agreements?

Drones and driverless trucks and LHDs - Automation is the future of Australian mining

The automated future of mining is here, but beware the commercial risks that arise with new technologies.

Changes to the JORC Code - A new world order in resources reporting?

From December 2013, listed resources stocks must change their reporting of exploration results, minerals and ore reserves.

Reviewing compensation for resources tenures - What’s done isn’t necessarily dusted

What is a material change of circumstance for the purpose of reviewing compensation?

In hard times will take-or-pay contracts in the Australian coal industry be challenged?

Take-or-pay obligations in Australia’s coal sector are causing real pain but their enforceability may now be in question.

New clarity on compensation for landowner time

The Land Court has confirmed the current statutory position in relation to landowner time for resources compensation.

Resolving disputes about Conduct and Compensation Agreements in Queensland

When compensation negotiations between resource companies and landowners stall, which dispute resolution method works best to get an agreement?

Strategic cropping land review: Have your say

Now is the time to let government know what you think about Queensland’s strategic cropping land laws.

Concerning mining lease objections - How to deal with ‘free hit’ objections to mining lease applications

Objections to mining leases with no evidence or only unsubstantiated concerns carry little force but cost applicants both time and money.

Are there ‘real changes’ ahead for Australia’s mining sector?

Tony Abbott has declared Australia is ‘open for business’ but will the Coalition’s promises translate to real change?

Will disclosure rules about production targets drive junior resource companies out of Australia?

They're in a catch 22 when it comes to disclosure of production targets and prospective financial information.

Mining in Indonesia: Surveying the minefield

A survey of 96 countries found Indonesia to be the least attractive investment destination for mining. Why?

A new ball game for competitive tendering of exploration permits for coal and other minerals

Junior explorers must approach their applications very differently from the past.

Regional Planning Interests Bill is another hurdle for resource projects

Resources projects could be excluded from areas of regional interest.

Mining and oil and gas safety prosecutions set to rise in the West

Businesses that have had a serious safety incident since mid-2011 should be ready for the prosecutor to come knocking.

Australia’s carbon tax - Smoke, mirrors and just getting the job done

While Canberra argues about how to deal with climate change, Australian miners are simply getting on with reducing their carbon footprint.

What are reasonable legal costs?

How do you determine whether legal fees are reasonable?

Alternative options for reasonable legal costs in compensation negotiations and potential disclosure protocols

Is there are better way for dealing with reasonable legal costs and could disclosure protocols be introduced?

China’s tariffs on coal imports are being imposed to Australia’s chagrin but is this a question of throwing stones in glass houses?

Reinstating tariffs on coal provides China with a strong bargaining chip to push Australia to compromise on its treatment of Chinese imports.

Our Experts

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Alex Regan

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6622
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Andrew Chew

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6607
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Andrew Lumsden

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6385
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Andrew McCormack

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9860
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Ben Davidson

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3500
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Beverly Kennedy

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3404
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Bruce Adkins

Partner Brisbane + 61 7 3228 9431
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Christian Owen

Partner Perth +61 8 9460 1708
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Clare Corke

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9318

Colin Lockhart

Counsel Perth +61 8 9460 1713
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Ian Dallen

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6243
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Jack de Flamingh

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6192
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James Minchinton

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9875
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Jonathan Farrer

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3383
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Liming Huang

Special Counsel Melbourne +61 3 9672 3132
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Lizzie Knight

Partner Sydney +61 2 9210 6437
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Michael MacGinley

Partner Brisbane +61 7 3228 9391
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Philip Wilson

Partner Perth +61 8 9460 1663
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Robert Clarke

Partner Melbourne +61 3 9672 3215
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Robert Franklyn

Partner Perth +61 8 9460 1706
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Russell Philip

Partner Perth +61 8 9460 1673
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Stuart Clague

Special Counsel Brisbane +61 7 3228 9784