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NT exploring for the future
The Northern Territory is being explored more than ever thanks to Geoscience Australia’s $225 million Exploring for the Future program.
Orica and H2U turn Gladstone green
Orica has announced a partnership with H2U Group to initiate the first phase of its proposed H2-Hub Gladstone project in Queensland.
CEO sentiment rising in QLD resources sector
Queensland executives are preparing for a bumper growth period in the resources sector despite concerns around skills shortages, according to a QRC survey.
Lynas manages disruptions for massive March
Lynas Rare Earths has seen records tumble in its March quarterly report, as production levels returned to pre-pandemic levels in some areas.
BHP rewards SCEE with further works
South Cross Electrical Engineering (SCEE) has won $50 million in contracts with BHP in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
WA resources industry sets records left, right and centre
The latest annual data released by DMIRS shows WA’s resources industry achieved record sales and supported more local jobs in 2021.
Pembroke gets Olive Downs moving
Pembroke Resources has begun construction at the $1 billion Olive Downs steel-making coal project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin, which is set to create 1000 new local jobs.
Climate action “at the heart” of Rio Tinto strategy
Rio Tinto AGM has seen the major miner put its climate action plan to its shareholders for an advisory vote.
WA sees future in clean energy across sectors
More than $11 million will be offered to 7 regional projects in the second round of the WA Government’s Clean Energy Future Fund.
Bowen brings Bluff online
Bowen Coking Coal has begun mining operations at the Bluff coal mine in Queensland, with HSE Mining performing an early works program on a three-year contract.
Australian Mining recognises Women in Industry
The Women in Industry Awards presentation evening was held in Melbourne last night in recognition of the outstanding women in the industrials sector. Australian Mining partnered with the Women in Industry Awards to acknowledge the exceptional women who have achieved success through their invaluable leadership, innovation and commitment to their sector. These distinguished awards serve … Continue reading Australian Mining recognises Women in Industry
AusProof aluminium range gets a boost
AusProof’s research and development team has continued to diversify its range to give the industry an even greater product selection of electrical cable couplers and components.
Rio Tinto relieves Rusal of Queensland Alumina stake
Rio Tinto has taken full ownership of the Gladstone alumina refinery in Queensland, relinquishing UC Rusal’s 20 per cent stake and removing any Russian interest in the operation.
ABB to build hoist for Prominent Hill
ABB will design and supply its highest payload Koepe production hoist to OZ Minerals’ Prominent Hill mine in South Australia.
Skills shortage concerns majority of WA resource businesses
More than 90 per cent of Western Australian businesses in the resources sector have identified skill shortages as a barrier, according to the latest report from the WA Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
AusIMM and BPEQ recruit engineers
The AusIMM and the BPEQ are working together to promote registration for engineers in the resources sector.
Decmil builds lithium sector with Covalent, Talison
Decmil has won two construction contracts to expand its footprint in the Western Australian lithium sector, securing a combined $34 million with Covalent Lithium and Talison Lithium.
FLSmidth and AVEVA digitise mining
FLSmidth and AVEVA have signed a global partnership to deliver cutting-edge digitally-enabled solutions and services to the mining industry.
acQuire gives EnviroSys a facelift
acQuire has reimagined its environmental data management solution with a new release to improve user experience. Introducing, EnviroSys 9.
Rio Tinto reveals leaps in economic returns
Rio Tinto contributed $14.8 billion in taxes and royalties to the Australian Government and communities where it operated during 2021, up 66 per cent on the previous year.