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- Austin Engineering buckets beat conventional design
Austin Engineering has been recognised globally for its design and maintenance of excavator buckets.
- NRW wins $70m Iron Bridge contract with Fortescue
NRW has secured a bulk earthworks contract for Fortescue Metals Group’s Iron Bridge magnetite joint venture (JV) project in Western Australia.
- Perenti mulls over Downer acquisition
Perenti Global has confirmed that it is “giving consideration” to a takeover bid for Downer EDI’s mining services division following media speculation in The Australian Financial Review (AFR).
- Queensland to penalise industrial manslaughter
The Queensland Government has tabled a bill for industrial manslaughter in state parliament to strengthen safety culture in the resources sector.
- SA searches for the next Olympic Dam
The South Australian Department for Mining and Energy has released 21 mineral exploration release areas on the back of strong interest from North and South American explorers looking for gold.
- Kerman wins $55m contract for Rio Tinto project
Kerman has been granted a contract worth approximately $55m by Mondium at Rio Tinto’s Western Turner Syncline 2 (WTS2) mine site in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
- Resources industry supports Matt Canavan after resignation
Federal Minister for Resources and Northern Australia Matt Canavan has resigned from the frontbench after opting to support Barnaby Joyce’s demand to be reinstated into the Nationals leadership. Senator Canavan congratulated Michael McCormack for his re-election as Leader of the Nationals in a statement earlier today. “It has been a great honour to work with … Continue reading Resources industry supports Matt Canavan after resignation
- AusIMM, UNSW to promote mining-related courses
The Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney have announced a four-year partnership to showcase UNSW as resources education leader.
- Rand, Northern Star to suspend Raleigh operations
Rand Mining will be placing the Raleigh underground mine in Kalgoorlie on care and maintenance this April as the southern mining area has been deemed unsafe.
- Anglo American workers safe after roof fall
Anglo American has experienced a roof fall incident at the Moranbah North mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
- Adani ramps up Carmichael construction during wet season
Adani Australia’s construction at the Carmichael mine and rail project in Queensland was progressing to schedule despite the arrival of the wet season.
- Whitehaven secures Bis Razor innovation
Bis’ recently unveiled coal grader, Razor, has attracted widespread interest among Australia’s mining community.
- Deloitte’s 2020 Tracking the Trends – a summary
Deloitte’s 12th edition of the Tracking the Trends report explores trends for mining companies in their ongoing pursuit of productivity, financial discipline, operational excellence and sustainable growth.
- Better partnerships, the social investor lead 2020 Deloitte trends
For many years mining companies have been urged to improve how they collaborate in the industry and their supply chain through joint ventures and partnerships.
- Anglo American CEO confronts mining’s reputation crisis
Despite the fact mining drives 45 per cent of the world’s economic activity, the industry is still seen as one that “takes more than it gives,” according to Anglo American chief executive Mark Cutifani.
- Woodside, Chevron confirm keynote speakers for AOG 2020
Major LNG operators Woodside Energy and Chevron Australia have thrown their support behind the 39th annual Australasian Oil and Gas (AOG) Exhibition & Conference by confirming key speakers for the event.
- Rio Tinto to offer suppliers new payment arrangement
Rio Tinto will no longer be offering an accelerated payment option for suppliers requiring shorter payment terms than the agreed 30 days.
- TerraCom to expand South African foothold with acquisition
TerraCom has made a takeover offer to Universal Coal in a bid worth $294 million, which has met the “overwhelming support” of the target’s investors.
- Lynas mounds government backing for Kalgoorlie plant construction
The Australian Government has awarded Lynas major project status to establish its rare earths processing plant in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
- Babylon secures BHP Nickel West contract expansion
Babylon Pump & Power has secured an expanded dewatering services and power generation contract with BHP Nickel West.