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Sandvik creates Digital Mining division with Deswik
Sandvik has agreed to acquire Deswik for digital mine planning software and announced a new Digital Mining Technologies business area within its Mining and Rock Solutions business.
OZ breaks through on Carrapateena expansion
OZ Minerals has begun expanding its block cave at the Carrapateena gold mine in South Australia after access levels for a second crusher were reached in the sub level cave mine.
Bridgestone gets Otraco from Downer
Downer has completed the sale of Otraco to Bridgestone Mining Solutions for an enterprise value of $79 million.
Komatsu, PIMS Group giving life to coal
Komatsu and PIMS Group have formed an agreement that will help extend the life of multiple Queensland coal mines.
OceanaGold first production at Macraes underground
Golden Point underground mine at the OceanaGold Macraes operation has achieved its first production of five thousand tonnes of ore.
Coal and gas the star export performers: Pitt
Australia’s energy and resources exports increased by 41 per cent over the three months to October this year compared to the same period last year, according to Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) figures.
Hydro Tasmania to power King Island
Hydro Tasmania will receive $2 million in funding to assist with the cost of upgrading the existing public power line infrastructure on King Island.
Bolstering businesses as they cut carbon
Management consultancy firm Siecap Project Management and Advisory, headquartered in Brisbane, has stepped up to help businesses navigate this potentially complex transition, launching a suite of services aimed at easing the journey to compliance while identifying value-adding benefits.
Top three technology trends set to disrupt mining
Technology is shaping the mines of tomorrow, with AspenTech, Dassault Systemès and Epiroc at the cutting-edge of the Mining, Engineering, Technology and Services (METS) sector.
Gold contribution a shining example
The World Gold Council (WGC) has highlighted the social and economic impact of its largest gold mining members, including a $37.9 billion contribution to GDP and exponential job creation. In a report titled The Social and Economic Contribution of Gold Mining, 31 mining companies were assessed on their contribution to society in the 38 countries … Continue reading Gold contribution a shining example
MinRes, Roy Hill contract continues close ties
Roy Hill has contracted Mineral Resources subsidiary CSI Mining Services to work on its iron ore operation in Western Australia, continuing the companies’ strong relationship.
Metso Outotec mills into virtual reality
Metso Outotec is launching a virtual inspection tool for horizontal grinding mill linings, with the innovative platform utilising 3D scanning.
Follow the leaders: This week’s executive appointments
Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, including at Newmont Corporation, DEVELOP and CSIRO.
Reconnect WA program to target skilled workers
The Western Australian Government has revealed a new $185 million package aimed at promoting the state overseas as safe and full of opportunity, with a focus on addressing the current skills shortage in the mining sector.
Miner minority face dismissal on vaccine deadline
The Western Australian vaccination mandate has now come into effect for the resources industry, leaving a minority of workers on indefinite leave and facing unemployment.
BHP Olympic Dam awarded Copper Mark accreditation
BHP Olympic Dam has become the first Australian mine to be awarded the Copper Mark, an accreditation that recognises responsible production practice.
Babylon revs up WA coal industry with Premier Coal
Babylon Pump & Power has added another significant contract to its books, signing Premier Coal to a $16 million deal at its namesake coal mine in Western Australia.
Media leadership opportunity – mining, energy and bulk commodities
As the Australian mining industry continues to grow, so does the Australian Mining editorial team.
Liebherr to unveil new Kalgoorlie branch
Liebherr-Australia is set to open a new mining branch in Kalgoorlie in January 2022, its third in Western Australia.
Hexagon and RCF Jolimont donate $1m worth of tech
Hexagon and RCF Jolimont have teamed up to donate $1 million worth of training and software to Curtin University and the WA School of Mines.