- Anglo American
- BHP Billiton
- Bowen Basin
- contract mining engineering and services
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Hunter Valley
- iron ore
- job cuts
- mergers and acquisitions
- mining jobs
- New South Wales
- New Zealand
- oil and gas
- Rio Tinto
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- InEight moves advanced work packaging from idea to implementation
In keeping with its mission to build project confidence through advanced technology, InEight introduces an industry-first, comprehensive framework designed to help organisations adopt and fully implement an Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) practice.
- ‘Plug and play’ mining skids reduce costs and time when outfitting a site
Equipping a mining site can be a challenging endeavour – it is often expensive, time consuming and the machinery must meet strict specifications.
- What to consider when choosing fuel transfer systems
Transferring and measuring the flow of liquids has become a critical requirement in many industries, including the mining sector.
- Mid-tier miners make progress with diversity
Gender diversity is at the top of the agenda for many firms, not as a societal obligation but because of the real value it delivers.
- National Group seeks new team members
Looking for a career in the mining, resources, transport or logistics industry?
- Will coal get a chance to breathe in climate-aware future?
Rising energy demand and climate concerns are facing off over the continuity of coal production in Australia.
- Is digitalisation delivering value for mining companies?
RPMGlobal regional general manager Michael Baldwin zooms in on problems that come with digital uptake, and whether the promises of digitalisation are real.
- Sustainable mining gaining traction
Adam Holland, CDE Meta, explains about how wet processing can transform mining waste into a sustainable value-added resource.
- When handling bulk, there’s no room for doubt
Total Oil Australia explains why lubrication assessment and site audits aren’t as straightforward as they seem, and often require professional insight.
- Innovating tyre management services underground
Kal Tire has proven that tyre management in underground mining can be an innovative activity that improves the safety and productivity of operations.
- Differential energy shapes the modern miner’s role
Automation is considered the future of mining, but as two of Dyno Nobel’s leaders explain, it can also be used to collect data that help to plan for sustainable outcomes.
- Max makes his mark with Schenck Process return
For everything that has changed in the mining industry over the past decade Max Wijasuriya can find something that has stayed the same at Schenck Process. When Max Wijasuriya started as Schenck Process Australia’s managing director in August it didn’t take him long to feel comfortable in the role. The company’s diverse product range and … Continue reading Max makes his mark with Schenck Process return
- ABB maps out path to mine electrification
The case for mine electrification is about more than technology advancement. It also has the potential to contribute to the sustainability of the industry.
- Automation pays off for Northparkes
Northparkes copper mine took its first steps towards underground loader automation back in the 1990s. More than 20 years on, it has become a global showcase for the enormous safety, maintenance and productivity benefits that automation can provide.
- Automation key to unlocking $74bn boost to the economy
The Australian technology industry will only realise the full benefit of automation in the resources sector if vendors become ‘brand agnostic’ and open to collaboration with competitors, according to researchers and industry experts.
- All that is gold glitters
World Gold Council director John Mulligan probes into gold’s robustness amid threats of climate change, the global transition to renewables and the booming Asian economy. And the outlook is looking good.
- Personal exposure monitoring in confined spaces
TSI Incorporated explains how its personal dust monitoring instruments can help mining companies and other industries protect workers from exposure to respirable particulates in underground mines and confined spaces. Broadly speaking, a confined space is an area that is large enough for a worker to enter and do work, but is difficult to get in and out … Continue reading Personal exposure monitoring in confined spaces
- Austmine’s year in review: Fostering global METS growth
The industry body looks back on the year that was for the mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sectors.
- From compliance to commitment: A key opportunity for the global mining industry
In the lead up to AusIMM’s Underground Operators Conference in March 2020, Roy Slack, president of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) and Underground Operators keynote speaker, shares his insights on the future of underground mining and the best way to head towards a safe industry.
- CAPS Rental offer new ‘rent to own’ option with mine spec air compressors
CAPS Australia has a strong history of supplying the industry with custom-engineered mine spec air compressors. Now their rental division, CAPS Rental, extends this option to mining operators with the additional choice of ‘renting to purchase’.