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Nominations now open for 2024 Bulk Handling Awards

Australian Bulk Handling Review has opened calls for nominations for the 2024 Australian Bulk Handling Awards.

Chalice receives green tick for Julimar

The Western Australian Government has approved Stage 3 of the conservation management plan and program of work for exploration drilling …
Queensland critical minerals QRC

QRC appoints new head

The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has appointed a new chief executive officer to replace Ian Macfarlane, who will retire at …

Rio Tinto Kennecott waves goodbye to diesel

Rio Tinto’s Kennecott copper site in Utah is set to get a sustainability makeover as the major prepares to replace …

Position Partners to rebrand as Aptella

Intelligent positioning and automation solutions provider Position Partners has announced a new name and brand launching in early 2024.
The Belinga Iron Ore project is set to start mining in the second half of this year.

Fortescue ships first iron ore from Belinga

Fortescue has shipped first product from its Belinga iron ore mine in Gabon, marking the first time the company has …

Rio Tinto, UNESCO to drive sustainability in Mongolia

Rio Tinto has partnered with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) to foster sustainable development initiatives in …

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BHP, Evolution

Evolution acquires large Northparkes stake

Evolution Mining has entered into a binding agreement to acquire China Molybdenum Co’s (CMOC) 80 per cent stake in the …
MinRes iron ore

Rio pushes for new iron ore mine

Rhodes Ridge, an undeveloped iron ore deposit in WA, has been bolstered by a $110 million pre-feasibility study (PFS) through …

Liontown takes next step in Mulwarrie project

Liontown Resources will move to the stage one earn-in phase of the two-stage farm-in agreement it shares with Olympio Metals …

Greater Duchess and Glencore scope out success

Carnaby Resources has announced its Greater Duchess copper-gold project in Mount Isa, Queensland, is on track to complete its scoping …

Australia bolstered by mineral exploration boom

The latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has found that Australia’s mineral exploration has hit a new …

Liontown secures lithium port agreement

Liontown Resources has struck a deal with the Mid West Ports Authority (MWPA) in Western Australia for the export of …

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Certified explosion proof pumps for underground coal mining

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Perfect Image shines the way

When it comes to safety on a mine sight, visibility is everything.

Equinix releases 2023–24 mining technology report

Since digital infrastructure company Equinix released its 2021–22 mining technology report two years ago, the global business landscape has changed significantly.

What does the journey to fossil-free steel look like?

Steel is the world’s most recycled material and seen as fundamental to a sustainable future – but only if steelmaking …

Understanding ESG Opportunities and Risks in Australian Mining

Sustainability has evolved from a secondary consideration to a vital determinant for survival within the Australian mining sector. The pillars …

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Fortescue welcomes Federal emissions report

Fortescue has welcomed yesterday’s release of Australia’s latest emissions projections and congratulated the Federal Government on its national emissions trajectory.
coal methane reduction projects set to get millions

Mining methane reduction gets $4.35 million

The Australian Government has announced it will invest $4.35 million to reduce methane emissions in the mining sector.

Accelerating the transition to a more sustainable future

According to Atlas Copco product marketing manager sustainability and digitalisation – portable air division Maarten Vermeiren, the launch of the …
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Northern Territory mining legislation passes

The Northern Territory Government has passed reforms to the Environment Protection Act 2019, strengthening the territory’s environmental regulation and management …
Gold Fields

Gold Fields moves the green goalposts

Gold Fields, one of the world’s largest gold mining companies, has expanded its emissions reduction commitment.