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- Iron ore guides Rio Tinto through pandemic
Rio Tinto anticipates that its production ramp up at the Koodaideri iron ore project in Western Australia will occur in early 2022.
- Pitram’s latest release: From improved insights to enhanced security
The latest release of MICROMINE’s leading fleet management and mine control solution – Pitram 4.17 – is taking data management to the next level with enhanced functionality.
- Rio Tinto plots path towards 2023 production at Winu
Rio Tinto has lodged an environmental approval request with the Australian Government for the Winu copper project in Western Australia, a key step in its plan to be in production at the site by 2023.
- Increasing industry resilience a priority in COVID-19 mining survey
A mid-year survey that analysed the post COVID-19 global mining and metals market has found the fear of a global recession is the most common concern across the industry.
- Nordgold lobs $347m bid at Cardinal in takeover tussle
Cardinal Resources has become the focus of a takeover battle between United Kingdom-based Nordgold and China’s Shandong Gold Mining.
- Follow the leaders: Appointments at Geopacific, Sipa and more
Stay on top of the latest executive movement across the mining sector over the past week, at Geopacific Resources, Sipa Resources, Talisman Mining and more.
- Strandline wins NAIF loan for Coburn project
Strandline Resources has received a welcome boost for its Coburn heavy mineral sands project in Western Australia in the form of a Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) loan.
- Digital Twinning unearths revenue streams
Digital technology is paving the way for the mining industry’s next era, and the experts at Digital Twinning Australia are providing companies with the opportunity to unlock a full suite of financial benefits in the virtual world.
- Schenck Process’ whole-of-life approach to screening
Schenck Process has strengthened how the company works with mining clients by taking a whole-of-life outlook to the screens it designs and supplies to the industry.
- QME returns to Mackay in September
For over 25 years Queensland Mining & Engineering Expo (QME) has been at the heart of the mining sector in Mackay. As Queensland returns to work following the COVID-19 shutdown this landmark exhibition will once again be held as one of the first major exhibitions to be conducted in Australia.
- Australian Mines to appoint engineering contractor by 2020
The Queensland Government is offering funding for Australian Mines to support the Sconi cobalt-nickel-scandium project in North Queensland.
- Saracen restarts Carosue Dam operations following accident
Saracen Mineral Holdings will resume processing operations at the Carosue Dam gold operations in Western Australia today, with underground and open pit activities to follow imminently.
- Central QLD records second gas ignition incident this year
Fitzroy Australia Resources has encountered a methane gas ignition at its Carborough Downs coal mine in central Queensland.
- Metso Outotec wins Lynas rare earths contract
Lynas Corporation has signalled the start of development of its Kalgoorlie rare earths processing plant in Western Australia by awarding a contract to Metso Outotec.
- Iron ore prices spike again as Brazilian coronavirus cases grow
Iron ore prices soared to nearly $US110 ($157.4) per tonne yesterday, a level not seen since August 2019.
- BHP to drive innovation with Curtin partnership
BHP and Curtin University have formed a partnership to drive research and innovation projects in the resources and energy sector, with a goal to provide it with job-ready graduates.
- Ora Banda hands Davyhurst contract to GR Engineering
GR Engineering Services has won a $10.8 million contract from Ora Banda Mining for its Davyhurst restart project in Western Australia.
- Saracen suspends operations following incident
Saracen Mineral Holdings has confirmed that a “serious incident” occurred at the Dervish gold mine in Western Australia yesterday.
- Whitehaven optimises NSW operations amid global slowdown
Whitehaven Coal expects to receive a government approval for its Vickery extension project in New South Wales in the next few weeks.
- Fortescue listed among top companies for female career advancement
Fortescue Metals Group is the only Australian company to be recognised among Parity.org’s list of Best Companies for Women to Advance this year.