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- CDE processing plants earns recognition in Australia and Dublin
A CDE designed and delivered wet processing solution in South Australia has won awards in Australia and Ireland for its exceptional productivity.
- 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.
- Rio Tinto ‘strongly refutes’ Oyu Tolgoi legal accusations
Rio Tinto is facing another blow at the Oyu Tolgoi project in Mongolia with a non-governmental organisation (NGO) initiating a lawsuit relating to the project’s development and finalisation.
- Coronado Coal global operations hit by US-China trade wars
Coronado Coal expects that the impact of US-China trade wars will push its revenue lower and its earnings below the bottom end of its guidance range.
- ERA shareholder demands scrapping of Rio-backed raising
The Takeovers Panel has received an application from Zentree Investments following Energy Resources of Australia’s (ERA’s) launch of a share entitlement offer last week.
- Diversity debate aligns on need for multi-dimensional approach
The Gold Industry Group’s (GIG) annual Women in Gold Great Debate this year tackled the topic ‘a diversity debate that begins and ends with gender is doomed to fail.’
- Clive Palmer diversifies Mineralogy portfolio in WA
Clive Palmer has expanded Mineralogy’s operations in Western Australia by acquiring a long-term lease of an 1100-square-metre commercial property in Perth.
- REMA TIP TOP underpins future focus with apprenticeship scheme
The 2019–2024 Mining Workforce report released by the Australian resources and energy group, AMMA, predicts that the mining industry in Australia will require approximately 21,000 new employees by 2024 to keep up with the demand for future mining projects.
- Rio Tinto strengthens IT infrastructure with Cirrus contract
Rio Tinto has awarded an IT infrastructure contract to Cirrus Networks that gives the technology solutions provider the opportunity to bid for infrastructure services against other pre-qualified providers.
- Galaxy targets ‘value over volume’ at Mt Cattlin
Galaxy Resources is cutting back activities at the Mt Cattlin lithium mine in Western Australia, riding out poor market conditions until the demand for battery minerals improves.
- Lucapa unearths Mothae’s largest diamond yet
Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered two additional 100-plus carat diamonds from its Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho, southern Africa.
- Fortescue appeals to high court in native title case
Fortescue Metals Group has lodged an application to appeal the decision of the full federal court, after it awarded the Yindjibarndi people exclusive rights to a section of Pilbara land where Fortescue operates its Solomon mine.
- Saracen swoops on Barrick stake in Super Pit for $1.1bn
Saracen Mineral Holdings has emerged as the successful bidder for Barrick Gold’s 50 per cent interest in the Super Pit gold mine in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
- Rio Tinto forms Kennecott partnership with Alderan
Alderan Resources has executed an earn-in and joint venture (JV) agreement with Rio Tinto subsidiary Kennecott Exploration at the Frisco project in the United States.
- Resolute keeps Syama on track despite processing problem
Resolute Mining’s Syama gold mine sulphide roaster is set to be fully operational by early to mid-December, after it was damaged and taken offline during October.
- Mastermyne wins Anglo American contract renewal at QLD mines
Anglo American has renewed a contract with coal mining contractor Mastermyne Group in the Moranbah region of Queensland for a three-year term.
- Kalium Lakes receives state backing for potash venture
The Western Australian government has given Kalium Lakes its support in developing its Beyondie sulphate of potash project (BSOPP).
- Top five mining stories last week
Stay on top of the most popular stories on Australian Mining over the past week, including BHP’s plan to introduce autonomous haulage at an east coast coal operation for the first time.
- Radar sensor level management solution for bulk solids
The mining industry presents some of the harshest conditions for equipment and workers. But with industry pressure to keep costs to a minimum while maximising efficiency, execution of tasks simply cannot be jeopardised by equipment that isn’t capable of withstanding and delivering accurate results under these conditions. Even the smallest design or functional fault of … Continue reading Radar sensor level management solution for bulk solids
- Sandvik launches flameproof underground loader
Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology has unveiled a 12-tonne flameproof underground loader.