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Unearthing South Australia’s mines of the future
Last year, Unearthed’s Explorer Challenge attracted data scientists and geologists from more than 60 countries around the globe. For this year’s Gawler Challenge, there are already participants from over 90 countries involved.
Elixir to commence round two of CSG drilling in Mongolia
Elixir Energy has reported its final gas content figures from the Nomgon-1 well at its seven million acre coal bed methane production sharing contract in Mongolia’s South Gobi Desert on the Chinese border.
From halogen to LED: IONNIC pioneers safety lighting systems
AEI managing director Norman Haupt discusses how the lighting sector has evolved to positively impact safety in mining and other major industries in Australia.
Journey to the centre of a tailings storage facility
How can dust suppression activities be conducted safely at an accident-prone site like a tailings dam? Australian Mining learns the art from Erizon operations manager Tom Corkhill.
Closing the cost and performance gap: Siecap, Minset’s improvement program
Brisbane-based companies Siecap and Minset have announced that they are joining forces with the aim of “closing the performance gap” to deliver sustainable cost improvements to clients.
GTR’s early move to US uranium puts it ahead of the pack
As investors cotton on to the generally positive movements in the uranium price, the outlook for uranium explorers and producers is also improving.
Lighting up Australian mines: Celebrating 20-year global partnership
Auto Electrical Imports’ release of the new Scorpius PRO 445 combines Aussie resilience with European ingenuity in a true global partnership.
Bend-tech access doors: A safer system
Chute doors are an integral part of conveyor systems. They are necessary to allow workers access to the conveyor chute. With most traditional chute doors, opening them requires a specialised tool. The process of opening these doors for routine maintenance and inspection can be time intensive. This can cause downtime and present a hazard to employees.
Mining industry faces challenges in IoT revolution: Inmarsat
The latest research study conducted by Inmarsat has found that the global mining sector is undergoing an Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, with respondents reporting significant increases in adoption of connected technologies.
EX3600 cylinder protection: Don’t risk expensive downtime and maintenance
The nature of operation means Hitachi EX3600 cylinders are exposed and prone to extensive damage which requires costly replacement and maintenance.
Ackroyd remains positive about Australian mining’s position during coronavirus
The mining industry will help lead the charge and stimulate the economy as we come out the other end of the coronavirus pandemic.
Haver & Boecker Niagara Tyler engineered screen media division manager Steve Fair gives his best tips for blending screen media for maximum performance in all phases of screening.
ORBIZ guides mining companies through industry highs and lows
ORBIZ helps companies to streamline their operations to deliver significant and sustainable improvements in bottom line performance. Australian Mining finds out how the ORBIZ methodology has enabled Evolution Mining to optimise operations and maximise value at the Mungari gold mine in Western Australia.
Is COVID-19 changing mining for the better?
The COVID-19 crisis has forced the mining industry to change how it operates. And in many cases, the changes could shape what mining looks like in the future. Australian Mining discusses what’s different with PwC Australia.
Navigating the new landscape of mining jobs
Graduate development programs provide a pathway to jobs in the mining sector. What more needs to be done to attract the next generation to choose a career in mining? Tara Hamid writes.
Mine closures: In pursuit of happy endings
How does the latest Commonwealth Government-funded cooperative research centre aim to drive sustainable post-mining transitions? Tara Hamid reports.
AusIMM goes digital for Lithium and Battery Metals Conference
Coronavirus has forced the cancellation or postponement of major events worldwide, with limits on travel and the size of groups allowed to congregate within one area. The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) is not letting this stop the 2020 Lithium and Battery Metals Conference.
Mining Dares to dream about remote operations
Removing miners from dangerous or monotonous tasks by using automation and remote operating technology helps companies to work safer and more productively. Dares Technology has another method that helps monitor conditions from afar.
Micromine 2020.5: New design tools deliver more speed, less waste
Fast, accurate scenario planning, including new tools for drill and blast configuration, are just some of the exciting enhancements MICROMINE has incorporated into the latest version of its market-leading exploration and 3D mine design mine software.
Position Partners launches Internet-enabled MiRTK correction service
MiRTK offers an alternative to ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio correction services used for accurate global navigation satellite system (GNSS) positioning in the construction, mining and geospatial industries.