- Altura Mining
- Andrew Mackenzie
- Anglo Amercian
- base metals
- Century mine
- Dacian Gold
- Doray Minerals
- feasibility study
- Fortescue Metals Group
- gold mining
- Gruyere Gold project
- iron ore
- metallurgical coal
- mt morgans
- Nev Power
- Newmont Mining
- OZ Minerals
- St Barbara
- Telfer gold mine
- United States
- Western Australia
- Pilbara Minerals plans Pilgangoora lithium expansion in 2018
Lithium developer Pilbara Minerals has forecast that the stage two expansion to more than double capacity at its Pilgangoora project in Western Australia will cost $207 million.
- Eight tips for creating a good weld
It’s important to know the basic principles to create a safe, strong and clean weld. Mathew Hefferan, field applications specialist at Welding Industries of Australia (WIA), shares his top eight tips to creating a good weld. 1. Safety The first thing to consider before starting is to ensure the correct safety equipment. This includes gloves, … Continue reading Eight tips for creating a good weld
- The benefits of load testing: why it’s vital to ensure your gear is adequately tested
Since opening its state-of-the-art service centre in Mackay, Queensland in March 2017, SEW-EURODRIVE has been working with its mining operator customers to ensure their gearboxes and drives are performing at optimum efficiency and safety.
- Northern Minerals ramps up Browns Range recruitment
Northern Minerals has made “steady progress” on the installation of a pilot plant for its Browns Range heavy rare earths project in the East Kimberley of Western Australia.
- Triton Minerals signs offtake term sheet with Haida
ASX-listed Triton Minerals has signed an offtake agreement with Chinese graphite major Haida Graphite for the supply of graphite concentrate from the Ancuabe project in Mozambique.
- Realm Resources rejects Taurus takeover bid as ‘inadequate’
Coking coal producer Realm Resources has released a statement advising shareholders not to act on an unsolicited, off-market takeover offer from Taurus Resources, first announced February 9.
- De Grey Mining secures Pilbara gold growth
Gold aspirant De Grey Mining has executed a deal to acquire the Indee Gold project in the Pilbara from Northwest Non-Ferrous Australian Mining (NNAM) for $15 million.
- Lucapa recovers first diamonds from Mothae
ASX-listed Lucapa Diamond Company has reported the first diamond recoveries from its 70 per cent owned Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho, Africa.
- Mitchell Services to acquire Radco Drilling
Mining contractor Mitchell Services, through subsidiary Well Drilled, will acquire privately-owned Radco Drilling for $5.3 million.
- CARMA solution produces improved availability results
REMA TIP TOP’s asset reliability management approach, CARMA, has again shown its value in delivering long-term cost reductions and improved availability results.
- Artemis and CSIRO team up for Karratha gold investigation
Artemis Resources will team up with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) to investigate gold mineralisation at the explorer’s Karratha mining tenement in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
- OZ Minerals, Minotaur end Prominent Hill exploration partnership
OZ Minerals and Minotaur Exploration have mutually decided to end an exploration collaboration in the Prominent Hill area of South Australia.
- MinRex Resources hits gold at Pilbara project
MinRex Resources has announced gold assay results of up to 17.1 grams per tonne from rock chip sampling at its Marble Bar project in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
- Aurizon abandons application for Galilee Basin rail funding
Rail operator Aurizon will withdraw an application to the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) for funding to assist with a rail development in the Galilee Basin in Queensland.
- WA Supreme Court dismisses conservationist appeal against uranium project
The Supreme Court of Western Australia has released a judgement dismissing an appeal to stop development of Cameco’s Yeelirrie uranium project in Northern Goldfields.
- BHP grows Olympic Dam workforce as operations ramp up
BHP is continuing a recruitment drive for the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia as it ramps up operations to full capacity in the current quarter.
- Anglo to pull out of Star Mountains JV
Anglo American plans to withdraw from the Star Mountains copper-gold exploration joint venture with Highlands Pacific in Papua New Guinea.
- SIMPEC secures work with BHP, MSP Engineering
WestStar business, SIMPEC, has won more mining services work, including a contract with BHP. SIMPEC secured its first contract for construction work at Iluka Resources’ Cataby mineral sands development in Western Australia last November.
- Blackham Resources posts record production at Matilda-Wiluna project
Blackham Resources, responsible for the Matilda-Wiluna gold operation in Western Australia, has announced a record production month for January, producing 6,490 ounces of gold.
- Staying hydrated at Australian mine sites
The summer months may have finished, bringing cooler weather, but that doesn’t decrease the importance of staying hydrated at mine sites. Australian Mining explains.