- Anthony Lynham
- Elizabeth Gaines
- Energy Resources of Australia
- Environmental Protection Authority
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Kirkland Lake
- Mount Peake
- Northern Territory
- NSW Minerals Council
- Oyu Tolgoi
- Perseus Mining
- Rio Tinto
- Solomon Hub
- tailings Dam
- West Africa
- Woodside Energy
- Pilbara Minerals gains momentum at Pilgangoora with POSCO JV
Pilbara Minerals has finalised its agreement with POSCO to proceed with the development of a 40,000 tonnes a year conversion facility in South Korea by the end of this year.
- Northern Star puts deal on table for Echo buyout
Northern Star Resources is set to acquire the stake it does not already own in Echo Resources for up to $193 million.
- Economic fears push Aussie gold price to new heights
The Australian dollar gold price has moved above $2300 an ounce for the first time in history as fears surrounding the United States–China trade wars have again impacted global economic markets.
- Fortescue applauds Chinese demand following profit hike
Fortescue Metals Group has achieved a record $US3.2 billion net profit after tax in the 2019 financial year, a 195 per cent increase on the previous period as Chinese appetite grew.
- Future sector – Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation
The day one theme of the AIMEX Conference will examine “Future Sector- Seizing opportunities through new approaches and innovation”.
- Western Australia encourages exploration through drilling program
The Western Australian Department of Mines, Industry, Regulation and Safety has called for applications for round 20 of the exploration incentive scheme’s (EIS) co-funded exploration drilling program.
- Do you have work platforms on your mine site?
Manitou has launched a new range of Telehandlers and specialist attachments specifically developed to suit the Australian mining industry.
- Regis explores new horizons with Duketon acquisition
Regis Resources has acquired 35 Western Australian gold tenements from Duketon Mining for $25 million, increasing its landholding by 2000 square kilometres.
- Bootu Creek suffers tragic incident
A 59-year-old man has been fatally injured following a wall collapse at OM Holdings’ (OMH) Bootu Creek manganese mine in the Northern Territory.
- BMA introduces virtual reality training at Broadmeadow
BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) is using virtual reality (VR) to teach operators about the hazards and risks before stepping foot underground to the Broadmeadow mine in Queensland.
- The mining industry descends on Sydney for AIMEX
Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX) will hold its 2019 edition at the Sydney Showgrounds from Tuesday August 27 to Thursday August 29, starting at 10am each day.
- Fitzroy Australia executes digital planning at Carborough Downs
Fitzroy Australia Resources is introducing scheduling software to help improve the productivity and safety of its Carborough Downs coal mine in Bowen Basin, Queensland.
- Australian gold output hits all-time high
Australian gold production has reached an all-time record of 321 tonnes (10.3 million ounces) in the past financial year, according to gold mining consultants, Surbiton Associates.
- Top five mining stories last week
Stay on top of the most popular stories on Australian Mining over the past week, including a setback for Adani in its development of the Carmichael coal project in Queensland.
- Winners of the Australian Bulk Handling Awards
The Australian Bulk Handling Awards was held in Melbourne last night and recognises the outstanding achievements and successes of companies across the bulk solids handling sector.
- Wesfarmers shuts door on Lynas bid
Wesfarmers has walked away from its $1.5 billion takeover offer for Lynas Corporation.
- Whitehaven increases stake in Narrabri through EDF acquisition
Whitehaven Coal is set to acquire EDF Trading Australia for US$72 million ($106.5 million), allowing the company to increase its stake in the Narrabri mine in New South Wales.
- BHP builds South Flank accommodation capacity
BHP has upgraded and expanded its Mulla Mulla accommodation village in the Pilbara, which is now able to house five times the number of occupants.
- Australia to target India as biggest potential coal market
India has been flagged as the market with the greatest potential for Australia’s thermal coal, as the country continues its consumption of the commodity in order to meet increasing energy requirements.
- A guide to AIMEX
AIMEX takes place from the August 27-29 at the Sydney Showgrounds offering the strongest line-up of suppliers and speakers in recent history.