Annual Report 2003/2004 Department of Business Industry and Resource Development
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OUTPUT 3: MINERALS AND PETROLEUM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SERVICES Activities undertaken in support of the Output include granting and maintaining tenure for resource management and safety and environmental regulation (including inspection and audit) for mining and petroleum operations. Table 6: Output 3 Performance Report Performance Measures 2002-03 Actual 2003-04 Revised Estimate 2003-04 Actual 2004-05 Estimate Quantity Mineral and petroleum titles and exploration licenses administered 5 383 4 642 4 681 4 556 Mineral and petroleum safety and environmental plans and activities managed 171 240 253 260 Quality Customer satisfaction , :. 93% 93% 89% 93% Timeliness Legislated/established timeframes met 95% 95% 95% 95% Average cost of administering mineral and petroleum titles and exploration licences 1 $580 S929 $881 S909 Average cost of managing mineral and petroleum safety and environmental plans $26 400 $21 000 S23 413 S19 000 Output Cost $7.63M $9.44M $8.97M $9.14M Note: (1) This figure is affected by the number of titles on foot and the staffing level of the Titles Division. Both factors fluctuate considerably over time. MINERALS AND ENERGY GROUP SERVICES The Minerals and Energy Group delivers services under this Output. Contributing Divisions are the Titles Division, and the Mining and Energy Management Division. Figure 13: Minerals and Energy Supporting Output 3 An nu al R ep or t
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