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Rio Tinto Exploration Pty Ltd

Category: Organisation
Sub Category:Proprietary Company
Location:Australia
Subject Matter:Mining and Minerals
Summary Information:
Rio Tinto Exploration Pty Ltd (formerly known as CRA Exploration) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Rio Tinto Limited. Rio Tinto Exploration employs about 100 geoscientists and is one of Australia's largest mineral explorers.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • Wellington Agreement - Signatory
  • Walgundu Exploration Agreement - Signatory
  • De Rose Hill Agreement - Signatory
  • Far West Coast (SA) Agreement - Signatory
  • Dambimingari Agreement - Signatory
  • Pine Ridge & Mt Davies Agreements - Signatory
  • South Nicholson River Agreement - Signatory
  • Yulga Jinna Agreement - Signatory
  • White Lakes (Martu People) Agreement - Signatory
  • Benda Bluff & Collara Mts Agreement - Signatory
  • Balangarra Agreement - Signatory
  • Stokes Range Agreement - Signatory
  • Mt Lean Agreement - Signatory
  • Wunara Exploration Deed - Signatory
  • Yamatji Land and Sea Council, Mt Candolle Agreement - Signatory
  • Nyamal People Agreement - Signatory
  • Thalanyji People Agreement - Signatory
  • Guruma East Agreement - Signatory
  • Yamatji Land and Sea (Yamatji barna Baba Maaja) Agreement - Signatory
  • Memorandum of Understanding for Model Exploration and Mining Agreements - Signatory
  • Kintyre Draft Agreement
  • Kintyre Aboriginal Survey and Compensation Agreement - Signatory
  • Model Exploration & Mining Agreement between Rio Tinto Exploration Pty Ltd, Local Aboriginal Groups and the Northern Land Council
  • Memorandum of Understanding between Rio Tinto Exploration Pty Ltd and the Northern Land Council - Signatory
  • James on behalf of the Martu People v Western Australia [2002] FCA 1208 (27 September 2002) - Respondent
  • Hamersley Iron Pty Ltd - Eastern Guruma Indigenous Land Use Agreement (ILUA) - Signatory
  • Organisation
  • Rio Tinto Limited - Subsidiary

  • Glossary

    Proprietary Company

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