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- Adani dumped by Aurecon amid activist pressure
Engineering company Aurecon has cut ties with Adani following increased pressure from activists that oppose the Carmichael coal project in Queensland.
- Lucas secures $70m drilling contract with Kestrel Coal
AJ Lucas’ drilling division has signed a contract to provide a full suite of degasification and exploration drilling services at the Kestrel Coal site in the Bowen Basin, Queensland.
- Diesel engine tech, new gas genset headline Cummins AIMEX display
Cummins is set to feature its QSK60 MCRS ‘Advantage’ engine at AIMEX, highlighting the lower life cycle costs that are being achieved with its latest technology 60-litre V16 platform.
- Western Australia releases standards for mine rehabilitation
Western Australia has introduced a guide for mine site rehabilitation that was backed by funding from mining companies such as BHP, Rio Tinto and Roy Hill.
- Rock crusher measuring made safer with VEGAPULS 69 sensor
VEGA’s non-contact, continuous level measurement system VEGAPULS 69 has proven its versatility in bulk solid measuring, being used for rock crusher level control, a suitably high-risk operation.
- Enabling and cultivating our future miners
Growth continues in mining as new or mothballed operations are given the green light, and existing mines expand, but how will the industry cope as labour demand exceeds supply?
- Fortescue leads the way towards gender parity
Fortescue Metals Group will sign the ParityPledge, becoming one of the first companies in Australia to make the commitment to foster an inclusive and diverse workforce.
- Ausdrill undertakes brand transformation
Ausdrill has adopted a new brand and identity, Perenti, and will trade under the name, Perenti Global.
- Western Areas capitalises on growing nickel price
Western Areas has boosted its financial position in the 2019 financial year off the back of a higher nickel price and increased sales at its Forrestania operations.
- Community engagement and collaboration a focus at AIMEX
How the mining sector and the community work more collaboratively together in the future will be addressed on the on the opening day of AIMEX.
- Hastings edges towards Yangibana rare earths production
Hastings Technology Metals has been granted an environmental permit for its Yangibana rare earths project in Western Australia.
- CSIRO initiative helps mining build social licence
CSIRO has launched Voconiq to help companies tackle the issue of achieving a social licence to operate, one of the top business risks facing industry today.
- BHP delivers record returns despite productivity challenges
BHP’s operational improvements in the 2019 financial year have been offset by poor weather, resource headwinds and unplanned outages.
- Why a rapid response turnkey solution is essential for temporary power
Increased urbanisation and development are driving a continued dependence on our resources and energy usage is expected to increase significantly in the coming decades placing an increased emphasis on reliability, security, costs and the environmental impact.
- Micromine launches subscription-based software
Micromine has unveiled a bundle subscription model for its mining software solutions that will be available for new Australian customers to keep pace with industry requirements.
- Meteoric strikes gold at Brazilian project
Meteoric Resources’ first drill hole at the Juruena gold project in central Brazil has intersected visible gold with a 16 metre alteration zone at the Dona Maria prospect.
- Fortescue strengthens shunters program in Port Hedland
Fortescue Metals Group’s school leaver shunting trainee program has welcomed its second intake of team members to the company’s rail operations team in Port Hedland.
- Newcrest stays on track for Gosowong sale
Newcrest Mining is progressing a requirement to offload a significant share in the Gosowong gold mine in Indonesia by next year’s deadline.
- Adani dispute with anti-Carmichael ‘cultural leader’ escalates
Adani has sent a traditional owner into bankruptcy after the Federal Court ordered him to pay legal costs associated with several failed attempts to stop the Carmichael coal mine.
- Saracen sets platform to reach production target
Saracen Mineral Holdings has laid the foundations to become a 400,000 ounce per year gold producer off the back of increased investment in exploration and growth.