- 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
- ReCYN III not a fool’s gold in processing
Reduction in cyanide purchased for gold recovery is not wishful thinking. GreenGold Technology tells Australian Mining about the technology that could revolutionise gold process plants.
- Real-time dust monitoring arrives in Australia
TSI Instruments has worked with the Queensland Government and Kenelec Instruments, an Australian distribution partner, to get an intrinsically-safe dust monitoring instrument off the ground.
- Joystick control enhances efficiency at bauxite operations
Rio Tinto’s bauxite operations in Queensland and the Northern Territory have received an uplift in safety and efficiency thanks to an Australian-engineered joystick control.
- Mobilaris Onboard sets new standard for traffic awareness
Traffic congestions are a recurring time thief in modern day mines. With Mobilaris’ new product, drivers can see moving objects with five to 10 metres positional accuracy.
- Can robots deliver a social licence?
Mining companies embracing automation and technological innovation must be also be aware of the possible implications for their social licence to operate, according to a social performance specialist.
- BHP veteran spells out mining’s social challenges
While mining companies consistently work to retain their social licence, BHP Billiton’s former head of institutional and government relations Osvaldo Urzua boldly suggests the issue isn’t only reserved for miners.
- Getting it right in Africa 2020
As the mining industry continues to create positive, social and economic impacts locally and on a global stage, a report compiled by Oxfam has challenged contributions by mining companies operating in Africa but failed to properly account for all economic inputs.
- Overcoming automation anxiety in future workforces
Andy Ewe speaks with Global Mining Guidelines chair Michelle Ash about a technology-related question that persists in mining circles – will the robots take our jobs? The advent of automation on mine sites has caused controversy and divide amongst miners, creating automation anxiety that is felt throughout the industry. Pilbara iron ore mines in Western … Continue reading Overcoming automation anxiety in future workforces
- BHP changes business approach to drive social value
BHP chief external affairs officer Geoff Healy has reinforced the company’s role in transitioning from maintaining a social licence to creating social value.
- Capturing technological potential
As technology advances at a rapid pace, InEight is applying the latest developments in machine learning to its digitalised solutions, creating widespread benefits for mining companies.
- thyssenkrupp guides materials handling towards effective innovation
The Overland Conveyor Company, a subsidiary of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, explains the importance of practical understanding within innovation in conveyor systems engineering.
- BDO backs electric machines to take over underground mining
BDO has revealed the major changes it predicts will shake up Australia’s mining sector by 2023, with electric equipment expected to make a significant impact.
- Engineered flow aids resolve bulk material handling issues
Martin Engineering global flow aids manager Brad Pronschinske gives Australian Mining insights into how engineered flow can solve problems at materials handling operations. In order to achieve confined and consistent flow on conveyors handling large volumes of bulk material such as coal, aggregate or biomass, transfer chutes and vessels must be designed to accommodate and … Continue reading Engineered flow aids resolve bulk material handling issues
- What to look for in a document management solution
While most organisations are aware they need some level of document management, they still attempt to solve this challenge by cobbling together an array of different solutions.
- The future of clean energy
Industry experts will discuss how they are managing energy changes and gaining insights on Australia’s critical mineral supply as a part of this year’s International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC).
- Western Australia complacent in growing METS sector
Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them. These are the words of William Shakespeare, which may very well apply to one of Australia’s leading mining states.
- Blasting solutions that take mines into digital age
As mining companies rapidly shift their strategies and operating models to leverage digital transformation, new technologies in blasting and explosives are making an ever more vital contribution to bottom-line improvements.
- The future of minerals processing
As minerals processing, digital plants and effective plant operations are becoming more important for mining companies, Australia’s largest mining event is set to examine the challenges of processing plants of the future.
- Mining learns lesson from other industries
The 4th International Future Mining Conference 2019 chairman Serkan Saydam believes other industries offer lessons that can prop up the sustainability of mining operations. Australian Mining writes.
- The drive to improve performance
Nord Drivesystems’ Industrial Gear Units have helped raise the bar for a Western Australian producer’s conveyor drive systems.