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Copper finds prove scale of Nifty deposits
Cyprium Metals has declared a 28.4 per cent increase in copper mineral resource estimates (to 940,200 tonnes) at its Nifty project in the Great Sandy Desert in the north-eastern Pilbara of Western Australia.
Gold results glitter for Nexus
Nexus Minerals has announced significant high-grade gold assay results from drilling completed at its Crusader-Templar Prospect, within the company’s Wallbrook gold project in Western Australia.
Sandvik drill literally groundbreaking
Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions showcased a groundbreaking electric concept drill rig for surface drilling to the Vei og Anlegg 2022 exhibition, one of Scandinavia’s largest construction trade shows, held from May 11–14.
Enhanced experience at Altra Motion virtual exhibit
Altra Motion has recently enhanced the scope and functionality of its virtual exhibit booth.
Fillip for Chrysos as new contracts signed
Chrysos Corporation has signed five new Chrysos PhotonAssay lease contracts with new and existing customers, bringing the total number of deployed or contractually-committed units to 38, up from the previous total of 33 units.
Road seal pledge boost for Agrimin
Agrimin has welcomed the Western Australian State Budget allocation of an additional $100 million, alongside the recently announced $400 million Federal contribution, to completely seal the Tanami Road in Western Australia.
Mining sector lifts WA budget to $5.7 billion surplus
Bumper contributions from the Western Australian mining and resources sector have again been highlighted, helping lift the State’s Budget to an expected $5.7 billion surplus for the 2021-22 financial year.
First spodumene rolls off Wodgina belt
Mineral Resources (MinRes) has marked a significant milestone in its lithium growth strategy with first new spodumene concentrate delivered at the Wodgina Lithium Project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Bipartisan support for Nyrstar Hobart plant
Multi-metals processing and manufacturing business Nyrstar Australia has secured bi-partisan support for its investment in the construction of a new electrolysis plant at the company’s Zinc Works operations in Hobart.
Resolution and OZ team up on Benrama
Resolution Minerals has entered into a Farm-in and Joint Venture agreement with copper-focussed producer OZ Minerals for the Benmara Project in the underexplored South Nicholson Basin in the Northern Territory.
Mining decarbonisation innovations charge on
In the global quest to significantly decarbonise mining operations, eight technology innovators’ submissions have been selected to progress beyond the Charge On Innovation Challenge.
New team at the helm for Kairos
Kairos Minerals has appointed well-regarded industry veteran Klaus Eckhof as chairman and Peter Turner as its new managing director, in the wake of last week’s announcement of a strategic review of its mineral assets portfolio.
MGM acquires Australian Vanadium projects
Australian Vanadium has signed an option agreement with Mining Green Metals (MGM) for the latter to acquire a 100 per cent interest in the WA-located Coates Project and Nowthanna Hill Project tenements, application and associated mining information.
Cobalt Blue plant commissioning progresses
Cobalt Blue has advanced the commissioning of its demonstration plant at its Broken Hill project in New South Wales.
Licence to shine for Southern Star
Western Australian gold explorer Great Southern Mining has been granted a mining licence for its Southern Star project in the state’s goldfields, with the lease having an initial term of 21 years.
BHP increases spend with Indigenous businesses
BHP’s WA Iron Ore (WAIO) operations will increase their annual contracted outlay with Pilbara Traditional Owners and Indigenous businesses.
Atomised mist cannon manages dust in unfavourable weather
The next advancement in industrial dust suppression has been introduced by BossTek, the leader in atomised mist technology.
ASIC action against Australian Mines
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has commenced civil penalty proceedings in the Federal Court against Australian Mines for allegedly breaching its continuous disclosure obligations, as well as its (former) managing director and chief executive officer Benjamin Bell for allegedly breaching his directors’ duties.
Avoid catastrophic failure on critical fans
Industrial fans running in severe operating conditions demand a high level of resources, often over-lubricating to mitigate reliability issues. Most of them are critical assets so they cannot stop functioning: and that’s where SKF comes in.
Funding boost for NSW geophysical surveys
A new series of New South Wales Government-funded geophysical surveys will take place in the state’s Central West, New England and Far West to gather detailed information that will help to uncover valuable critical minerals buried deep underground.