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Rising coal trade helped propel Australia’s resources and energy exports to about $95.9 billion last quarter, latest Australian Bureau of Statistics data shows.

“These latest quarterly figures show Australia’s resources are the gifts that keep on giving,” Resources Minister Keith Pitt said.

“Our resources exports continue to bring hundreds of billions of dollars into the country and keep thousands of Australians in high-value, hgh-skilled jobs – particulary in regional Australia.”

“Just as iron ore’s incredibly strong run cools, soaring demand for our coal and liquefied natural gas is fuelling a surge in export revenues.”

The value of Australia’s coal exports climbed to $16.3 billion in the 3 months to September 2021, up 80 per cent on the same period last year and 47 per cent higher than for the previous 3 months to June 2021.

Total iron ore exports were $44.4 billion in the 3 months to September 2021, which was up 48 per cent on the same period last year.

Liquefied natural gas exports were $13.9 billion for the quarter to September 2021, which was 130 per cent more than for the same period last year and 59 per cent higher than for the previous 3 months (to June 2021). 

“Total resources and energy exports were $95.9 billion for the 3 months to September 2021, which is 50 per cent higher than for the same period last year and 11 per cent higher than in the previous 3 months to June 2021,” Mr Pitt said.

“Resources exports were $332.6 billion in total for the year to September, an impressive 23 per cent higher than the previous 12 months.”

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