- Centennial Coal
- climate change
- Gold Fields
- Gold Road
- Iluka Resources
- iron ore
- Mineral Resources
- New South Wales
- NRW Holdings
- Queensland Government
- rare earths
- thermal coal
- Western Australia
- Whitehaven Coal
- OZ Minerals launches renewable energy industry collaboration
OZ Minerals is embarking on an energy-focused project with six other notable industry organisations called the Energy and Mining Collaboration (EMC).
- Anadarko to begin construction on $29bn LNG project
Anadarko Petroleum and its joint venture partners have made a final investment decision (FID) in favour of its $US20 billion ($29 billion) Mozambique LNG project.
- Gold Fields to run Agnew mine on renewable energy
Gold Fields is set to make the Agnew gold mine in the northern Goldfields of Western Australia the first Australian mine to be powered by a wind, solar, battery and gas microgrid.
- Moolarben Coal to expand operations with NSW approval
Moolarben Coal Operations, a Yancoal subsidiary, has received conditional approval to increase production rates in its Moolarben joint venture (JV) project in New South Wales’ Central West.
- Kalium signs Toll for Beyondie logistics
Kalium Lakes has awarded Toll Mining Services a haulage and port contract for its Beyondie sulphate of potash project (BSOPP) in Western Australia.
- Gruyere JV experiences delay to first gold
Gold Road Resources and Gruyere Mining Company, a member of Gold Fields, have faced more than a month’s delay in the construction and commissioning the Gruyere project in Western Australia.
- Metso joins CRC ORE cohort as member
Engineering company Metso has been welcomed as a participant of the Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE).
- Rio Tinto challenges in Pilbara hit iron ore output
Rio Tinto has lowered its iron ore guidance for Pilbara shipments due to mine operational challenges at the company’s Greater Brockman hub.
- Lincom Group recognised for spare part support with Global Leader Award
Lincom Group was delighted to be recognised by Powerscreen with the prestigious Global Leader Award of Excellence.
- Mining to push NSW towards surplus with no royalty increase
New South Wales mining royalties are at record levels and forecast to keep the state budget in surplus over the forward estimates to 2022-23, despite the sector getting no share in the 2019-20 state budget.
- Brazilian dam disaster a ‘turning point’ for environmental awareness
The world’s top five mining companies are becoming more sensitive to environmental and social risks, according to a report from S&P Global.
- Syrah unveils $111.6m capital raising for Balama
Syrah Resources has entered into a convertible note deed and an underwritten entitlement offer to raise approximately $111.6 million for its Balama graphite project.
- Newmont Goldcorp edges closer to Tanami expansion with Valmec
Newmont Goldcorp has awarded a $6 million construction contract to Valmec for the second expansion project it has proposed at the Tanami gold mine in the Northern Territory.
- Coal to virtually disappear from 2050 electric power system
Coal is forecast to almost completely disappear from Australia’s electricity system by 2050 if governments do not attempt to keep plants online with subsidies, according to the latest economic analysis from BloombergNEF (BNEF) New Energy Outlook 2019.
- Explorer to Strike while iron ore is hot
Surging iron ore prices have driven Strike Resources’ decision to restart work on a number of its iron ore projects in Australia and Peru.
- Doris continues Australian oil and gas push
Doris Engineering Australia has been awarded contracts with Tier 2 oil and gas operators based in Perth.
- Boral Quarry invests in intelligent motor control solution
Boral recently invested in an industry leading motor control solution for their Charlton quarry to improve uptime and leverage the longevity and compliance provided by the latest motor control technology.
- CSIRO cyanide-free gold recovery technology goes live
The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) is now taking its Going for Gold gold recovery technology out of the trial phase and into the real-world market.
- BHP unlocks Olympic Dam potential with heap leach trial
BHP has completed a heap leach development trial it says confirms the technology’s viability to extract copper, uranium, gold and silver at the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia.
- Oil and gas CEOs remain confident despite external threats
Oil and gas executives are optimistic about company growth within the sector despite threats of cyber security and climate change.