- Balla balla project
- Barrow Island
- bbi group
- China State Construction Engineering Corporation
- Christmas Creek mine
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Gorgon LNG
- iron ore
- Mackay service centre
- mining approvals
- Mining moves
- oil and gas
- Origin Energy
- Pilbara Minerals
- Pilgangoora Lithium project
- rare diamonds
- SEW Eurodrive
- South Australia
- vivid pink
- Western Australia
- Mining sector accounts for 15 per cent of Australia’s economy: Deloitte
A new Deloitte report has found the mining and METS sector has accounted for 15 per cent of Australia’s gross domestic product, highlighting its significant contribution to Australia’s economy.
- Third train starts at Gorgon LNG
Chevron has launched production from the third train at the Gorgon liquefied natural gas (LNG) project off the northwest coast of Western Australia.
- Origin, ENGIE partner to lift gas supply in SA
Origin Energy has signed two agreements with ENGIE that are set to increase gas supply and energy security in South Australia.
- Age no barrier for Fortescue students
The latest group of students from Fortescue Metals Group’s vocational training and employment centre (VTEC) in the Pilbara have graduated and will now embark on full-time employment at the company’s Christmas Creek mine.
- Pilbara Minerals’ Pilgangoora project receives key environmental approval
Pilbara Minerals has received the first of two key environmental approvals for its Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia, bringing the operations closer to construction.
- Mining sector beginning to see a turnaround: BCG report
A new report from the Boston Consulting Group has indicated a current uptick in the mining sector following a turnaround in shareholder returns in ASX 200 companies last year.
- South32 to return $655 million to shareholders
South32 has announced plans to return US$500 million ($655 million) to shareholders in the form of a buyback, showing positive signs in Australia’s commodity market.
- Schlumberger to enter joint venture with Weatherford
Schlumberger has partnered with oilfield service company Weatherford to form OneStim, a joint venture to deliver unconventional resources services to Northern American land markets.
- Gwalia extension project given the green light
The St Barbara board has approved funding for the Gwalia Extension Project, that will extend mining at the gold operations to at least 2000m below the surface in 2024.
- Queensland to boost METS sector innovations
Innovations in Queensland’s mining, equipment, technology and services (METS) sector will receive a boost from the state government’s new accelerator program.
- Glencore welcomes legislative amendments over mine dispute
Glencore has welcomed Queensland parliament’s legislative changes that have helped sort out a dispute between its Newlands coal mine and QCoal Groups proposed Byerwen project.
- Why Fit Matters – Disposable Respirators Are A Proven Defence
Why Fit Matters Employers can have the best intentions when it comes to protecting their workforce from harmful airborne particles, but unless the supplied equipment works properly then it is a pointless exercise. Disposable respirators are a proven defence against a range of airborne media. A good disposable respirator can have the best features in … Continue reading Why Fit Matters – Disposable Respirators Are A Proven Defence
- Spitfire Minerals poised to acquire Admiral Gold
Spitfire Minerals has entered a conditional share sale and purchase agreement to acquire gold explorer Admiral Gold as it expands its Australian gold portfolio.
- Largest graded fancy vivid pink diamond to go on auction
The largest internally flawless, fancy vivid pink diamond the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) has ever graded is going up for action in April this year.
- SEW Eurodrive opens Mackay service centre
SEW-Eurodrive has opened a new heavy industrial service centre in Mackay to provide additional support for gear drive customers in Queensland.
- Refusing To Fuse HDPE Pipe: The Benefits Of Mechanical Joining In Mining Operations
In the unpredictable Australian environment, a new mechanical pipe joining solution from Victaulic offers cost- and time-saving advantages over traditional fusing methods. High density polyethylene (HDPE) is the fastest-growing piping material in mining applications, with adoption expected to increase by five per cent per year. In response to this trend, Victaulic, the world’s leading producer of … Continue reading Refusing To Fuse HDPE Pipe: The Benefits Of Mechanical Joining In Mining Operations
- Delta Electronics Adds CFP2000 IP55 VSD New Model To The CFP AC Motor Drive Series
Delta, a global leader in thermal and power management solutions, announced a range of IP55-protected vector control variable-speed drives for fan, pump and water treatment applications at the recent SPS IPC Drives show in Germany. This included the new model CFP2000 IP55 VSD CFP AC Motor drive series. The CFP2000 VSDs span ratings from 0.75–90kW … Continue reading Delta Electronics Adds CFP2000 IP55 VSD New Model To The CFP AC Motor Drive Series
- Fortescue to make US$1 billion debt repayment
Fortescue Metals Group has announced plans to issue a US$1 billion ($1.3 billion) Term Loan repayment as part of its debt reduction strategy.
- Balla Balla project a step closer with Chinese construction partnership
BBI Group (BBIG) has signed a memorandum of understanding to partner with China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) for the construction of the Balla Balla Infrastructure (BBI) iron ore project in Western Australia.
- Mining moves: OZ Minerals, Aurizon, Bass Oil
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