Our team of economists and industry experts draw on a range of models and analytical tools to provide valuable decision support to mining executives and investors.
BIS Oxford Economics’ Australia Mining Service provides analysis and forecasts of mining activities in Australia at each stage of the mining life cycle (from exploration, to investment/construction, to mining operations/contract mining and asset maintenance). We also provide clients with a range of bespoke services including cost escalation forecasts, end-use demand forecasting and scenario analysis.
How we support clients in the mining sector
Mining in Australia. The only source of consistent and regular market information and forecasts for mineral commodity markets and activities undertaken at each stage of the mine life cycle.
Australian Maintenance Masterplan (AMM). This tool is designed to help companies fast track tactics to identify, target and win maintenance contracts across 12 sectors including: metal ore mining, metals processing, coal mining and oil and gas, rail.
Demand modelling. We have extensive experience in developing demand forecasting models that link demand for products or services with movements in end-use sector activity.
Cost escalation. We provide forecasts of wages growth and prices for key inputs to the production of materials used in capital investment projects which are used to undertake pre-feasibility studies and for ongoing monitoring of budgets.
Economic evaluation. BIS Oxford Economics’ economic evaluation services include cost-benefit analysis, economic impact analysis, applied econometrics and a range of broader work in areas such as multi-criteria analysis and index creation.
Our clients include major mining companies, government agencies and a range of businesses involved across the mining industry and its supply chains, including contractors, materials suppliers, labour hire agencies, as well as other industry consultants.