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Loans to Coal & Gas Ports

Since January 2008 over $80 billion has been loaned to coal, oil and gas projects in Australia. The table below shows the commercial banks that have loaned the most money to fossil fuel projects, as well as leading lenders to sectors of the fossil fuel industry. Use the tabs to see the leading lenders to coal and gas power, coal export ports, mines and LNG plants. To see information on bank loans to a specific project, click on its name or location.

Coal and gas exporters want to massively expand over the coming decade, putting farmland, water, health, the environment and the climate at risk. Take action: use this map to tell the banks that loans to coal and gas exports have to stop.

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Top Commercial Banks lending to fossil fuels in Australia

Bank Amount Loaned Number of Deals Take Action
ANZ $6,536m 55
Commonwealth Bank $5,019m 31
National Australia Bank $4,444m 37
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp $3,478m 22
Bank of China $3,346m 8
Mizuho Financial Group $3,283m 27
Westpac $2,985m 32
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi $2,055m 22
State Bank of India $1,870m 5
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group $1,807m 14
BNP Paribas $1,642m 22
JPMorgan Chase $1,548m 8
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