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- BMD wins largest Adani Carmichael contract yet
Adani Australia has awarded BMD a $350 million contract for civil construction works for the Carmichael rail network in Queensland.
- Kimberley explorers to benefit from eased WA travel restrictions
Mines in the Kimberly region of Western Australia are set to benefit from the the state government’s lift on interstate travel restrictions.
- Australia, India sign critical minerals deal
Australia has inked an agreement with India to supply critical minerals needed for the new energy economy.
- IGO, Encounter to begin Yeneena on ground exploration
Encounter Resources has commenced on ground exploration activity at its Yeneena copper-cobalt joint venture (JV) project with IGO in Western Australia.
- Altura, Sayona recommence search for next Pilbara lithium target
Altura Mining has completed a strategic review of its Western Australian lithium agreement with Sayona Mining in the Pilbara region.
- QLD exploration interest surges on the back of grants
Queensland explorers are lining up for the next round of exploration grants, with the state government receiving twice as many applications compared with the previous round.
- Macmahon secures Byerwen contract extension
Macmahon Holdings has won a $700 million contract extension from Byerwen Coal to continue work at its coking coal mine in Queensland.
- Kalium Lakes to fast-track Beyondie construction
Kalium Lakes is set to accelerate the development of its Beyondie sulphate of potash (SOP) project in Western Australia by mobilising contract works in the coming weeks.
- Lake Disappointment receives WA government project approval
Reward Minerals has made a huge stride for its Lake Disappointment sulphate of potash (SOP) project in Western Australia, having received project approval from Minister for Environment Stephen Dawson.
- PROK to supply pulleys at Fortescue’s Iron Bridge project
Fortescue Metals Group has awarded PROK a major contract to design and construct conveyor pulleys at the Iron Bridge magnetite project near Port Hedland, Western Australia.
- iTWOsafe available for purchase online
There is no doubt the mining industry will have to adopt different practices to not only manage the current requirements of social distancing, but to also manage any future breakouts or spikes in COVID-19.
- Hastings Deering reconciliation action plan focusses on partnerships
Cat dealer Hastings Deering has completed its first reconciliation action plan, outlining the company’s strategy to contribute to the nationwide goal of reconciliation.
- Aeris emerges as buyer of Evolution’s Cracow gold mine
Evolution Mining has agreed to sell the Cracow gold mine in Queensland to junior producer Aeris Resources in a deal worth up to $125 million.
- Legend Mining amplifies Mawson prospect with $20m raising
IGO has pledged to back Legend Mining’s proposal to raise $20 million in funding to progress the Rockford project in Western Australia.
- Clive Palmer secures win in QLD court
The Supreme Court of Queensland has dismissed a $124 million claim by liquidator John Park against the Clive Palmer-led Mineralogy Queensland Nickel.
- Musgrave uncovers high-grade potential at WA gold project
Musgrave Minerals has noted impressive results for its drilling campaign at the Cue project in the Murchison district of Western Australia.
- Fortescue awards $11m in contracts to Aboriginal-owned business
Fortescue Metals Group has contracted Mallard Deemy to construct and install laboratory, storage and administrative facilities for the Eliwana mine and rail project in Western Australia.
- New appointee bolsters MEC Mining’s underground metals capability
In keeping with MEC Mining’s positive and proactive approach to serving its clients’ needs, the company has Alessandro Dotta as its principal underground mining engineer.
- False COVID-19 test result declared for late QLD miner
The passing of a 30-year-old Blackwater miner has been incorrectly linked to COVID-19, with a post-mortem test confirming a false positive result for the virus.
- Hastings to supply Schaeffler with rare earths for 10 years
Hastings Technology Metals has inked a master agreement with German automotive supplier Schaeffler Technologies AG for the supply of its mixed rare earth carbonate (MREC).