- 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
- oil and gas
- Rio Tinto
- South Australia
- Western Australia
- Nominate for the Australian Mining Prospect Awards
Nominations for the 17th Australian Mining Prospect Awards have been extended to October 6 along as the awards transition to a print campaign this year.
- Exnovo delivers safer and greener transformers
The transformer is the backbone that keeps operations running. Conventional mining transformers containing mineral oil have traditionally been hardy, but recent technical development has proven a higher safety and environmental benefit.
- Measuring rock flow on a conveyor belt
Mass flow measurements are a necessity at quarries, mines, paper mills, and power plants. These measurements are required for two main reasons: control and material transfer. Getting a reliable and accurate measurement ensures operations run smoothly without interruptions or slowdowns.
- Kalbar sets up mega Victorian minerals sands mine
Kalbar Operations is on the verge of making mineral sands the next frontier of mining in Victoria with the Fingerboards project in the East Gippsland region.
- Deep diving into the end of the supply chain
The Australian mining sector is largely successful due to its ties to global export markets, something that would not be possible without the help of local mining ports.
- BELAZ dump trucks ready to roll out to Australian mines
BELAZ Australia has been appointed as the official distributor for BELAZ dump trucks in Australia. Australian Mining looks at what the company has on offer.
- Minova raisbore reinforcement at the Waihi gold mine
OceanaGold’s Waihi gold mine is a narrow vein underground mine located on the North Island of New Zealand. As part of the mine extension project from the Correnso to the Martha orebody, a new ventilation shaft was required to be raise bored through some challenging ground.
- Impeccable approach to drill and blast operations
Hummingbird Electronics is a master of instrumentation when accuracy is needed, committing no slip ups or bad angles when inclinometers are used for drill and blast activities.
- CAPS Rental offers rent to own option for mine spec air compressors
CAPS Australia has a strong history of supplying the industry with custom-engineered mine spec air compressors. Now its rental division, CAPS Rental, extends this option to mining operators with the additional choice of “renting to purchase”.
- Austmine National METS survey now open
Austmine is giving people in the mining industry the opportunity to have their voices heard in the Austmine National Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) survey 2020.
- At the summit of the global mining explosives industry
AECI Mining is strengthening its position in the global mining marketplace by integrating a new brand and increasing a focus on offering its customers more holistic solutions.
- More pressure than fibreglass pipe
Crusader Hose has successfully developed ultra-high pressure hose for the purpose of mine dewatering that is capable of going into deeper depths. Introducing the Flexibore 300 series hose.
- Pitram expands in Europe taking on emerging Aegean miners
MICROMINE is making a strong foray into the European mining sector with its Pitram fleet management and mine control solution now operating in Greece.
- Five tips for safe and easy conveyor belt maintenance
Ensuring your conveyors and associated process equipment are producing consistently is the goal of any plant. Maintenance is key to enabling ongoing equipment performance and production. If equipment is down sustainability and efficiency is compromised, ultimately leading to a loss of revenue.
- Supplying the next generation of manufacturing
The Inenco Group of businesses are now Motion Asia Pacific. Australian Mining finds out how this empowers Australian manufacturers by tapping into a global network of excellence.
- Queensland’s industrial manslaughter laws explained
Queensland has passed an industrial manslaughter bill, meaning if an employee is killed on the job due to negligence, directors may face up to 20 years’ imprisonment and organisations fines exceeding $10 million. Safe to Work investigates what the new laws mean for mining.
- Quantum technology provides solace for explorers
More exploration technologies are being developed to unlock Australia’s hidden deposits. Australian Mining speaks with CSIRO about a popular technology that is opening up possibilities.
- Securing the future workforce of Australian mining
How are mining’s job prospects shaping up in the face of an economic slowdown? Vanessa Zhou explores the opportunities with Alcoa, Gold Industry Group and Australia’s minerals councils.
- Becoming maintenance masters under Macmahon’s wing
Workplace flexibility is increasingly attractive to the next generation of workers. Macmahon is developing maintenance crews with the desire to go from site to site through its Mining Maintenance Masters program.
- Can ScandiVanadium follow Greatland Gold’s Paterson Province footsteps?
Investors are rushing into gold stocks as the precious metal continues to hit new highs. The gold price is now above $2000 per ounce, for the first time ever, and it seems to have plenty more in the tank with forecasters tipping a rise to $US3000 ($4124) per ounce within a year.