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Recognition for resourceful mental health program
Independent research undertaken by Edith Cowan University has shown that a mental health peer support program being run by Lifeline WA and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA (CME) is fit-for-purpose and safe for its participants.
ESG issues covered at QME event
Mining industry thought leaders will gather from July 19-21 at the Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition in Mackay to inspire and share insights at the Seminar Series, sponsored by Komatsu.
Glencore mine surface drills on path to automation
Glencore’s Compañía Minera Lomas Bayas (CMLB) copper mine in Chile will convert its surface drills to an autonomous operation through industry leading technology provided by Flanders.
Neousys Technology honoured at Innovators Awards
Neousys Technology’s Nuvo-8108GC-QD Series has been named a Bronze Honouree at the Vision Systems Design 2022 Innovators Award. The judging panel consisted of esteemed experts from system integrators and end-user companies
Westgold’s merry month of May
Westgold Resources’ Bryah and Murchison operations have set a record for gold production for the month of May.
Japanese investment in Glencore carbon capture project
Japan-based Marubeni Corporation and Electric Power Development will each invest $10 million in Glencore’s CTSCo Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Project in Queensland.
Queensland mentoring program for women in mining
Women determined to upset the status quo in the male-dominated mining industry will receive an extra boost as a mentoring program targeted at increasing female participation launches in Queensland.
Court approval opens door to Avebury acquisition
The Supreme Court of Western Australia has approved the transfer of shares from Allegiance Mining to Mallee Resources, and in effect ownership of the Avebury nickel sulphide project in Tasmania.
Call to rediscover Victoria as strong minerals state
The Minerals Council of Australia (Victoria) has called for fundamental and urgent reforms to Victoria’s Mining Act and regulatory framework in a new Rediscover Victoria policy priorities platform released ahead of the November state election.
Rio Tinto partners with battery innovator
Rio Tinto has made a US$10 million strategic equity investment in Nano One Materials, a Canada-based technology innovator in battery materials.
WA moves to accelerate exploration approvals
Western Australian Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston has endorsed a plan to accelerate exploration and mining approvals in the state following a significant increase in applications this financial year.
Rio given nod to expand Pilbara iron hub
The Western Australian Environmental Authority (EPA) has approved Rio Tinto applications to expand the iron-ore hub in the Greater Paraburdoo region of the Pilbara.
Queensland resource exports hit new highs
A new report shows Queensland’s resources exports hit a record high between March 2021 and March 2022, with producers sending a record $77 billion worth of coal, gas and minerals to overseas customers.
Translating critical mineral riches into opportunities
The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) has launched its annual Critical Minerals Investment Opportunities document, and in three languages apart from English: Chinese, Japanese and Hindi.
Hyundai awarded Dubbo Project design contract
Australian Strategic Materials (ASM) has awarded South Korean-based Hyundai Engineering the contract to provide engineering, procurement and construction definition work (EPCD) for the Dubbo Project in New South Wales.
Wind and solar power wanted for aluminium refineries
Rio Tinto has called for proposals to develop large-scale wind and solar power in Central and Southern Queensland to power its aluminium assets, help meet its climate change ambitions and further encourage renewable development and industry in the region.
Minos has the Midas touch
Further significant gold intersections have been received from reverse circulation drilling completed at the Minos Prospect within Indiana Resources’ 100 per cent owned Central Gawler Craton Gold Project in South Australia.
Prospect Awards 2022: Outstanding Mine Performance
As we approach the latter half of the year, the 2022 Australian Mining Prospect Awards are fast approaching.
Fenix locks in $180.65 price for nine months
High-grade Western Australian iron ore producer Fenix Resources has fixed a price of $180.65 per dry metric tonne for 35,000DMT per month for the period from October 2022 to June 2023.
Taxes will kill the ‘coal’-den goose
Queensland’s resources sector has come out fighting in response to State Government plans to impose higher coal royalty taxes on the industry.