- Atlas Copco
- Atlas Iron
- Australian Mining
- BHP Billiton
- bowen basin mining club
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Hancock Prospecting
- iron ore
- Mike Henry
- mining safety
- Newcrest Mining
- New Hope
- Origin Energy
- OZ Minerals
- Pilbara Minerals
- Port Hedland
- Rio Tinto
- Roy Hill
- South Africa
- south flank
- takeover bid
- Utah Point
- Bass Metals terminates Tasmanian asset sale with NQM
Bass Metals, known for its flagship Graphmada large flake graphite mine in Madagascar, has decided to terminate the planned sale of its Tasmanian tenements to London-based NQ Minerals (NQM).
- AVZ returns strong results from Manono lithium project
Assay results from AVZ Minerals’ Manono lithium project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have returned result as high as 1.52 per cent lithium oxide at 284.47m.
- Australian METS target mining’s next horizon
The mining industry continues to experience improved market conditions as we move to the midway point of 2018.
- The creation of a new image for mining
Mining companies have focused on developing a more positive image for the industry in recent years, Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining.
- Maintaining the momentum with OTR tyres and wheels
Getting the fleet up and running is one thing. Keeping it that way while avoiding pitfalls, overcoming challenges and being cognisant of risks and problem-prevention – well that requires proven strategies, advanced technology and the support of trusted, dedicated professionals.
- Whitehaven completes acquisition of Winchester South from Rio Tinto
Rio Tinto has completed the sale of its 75 per cent stake in the Winchester South coal project in Queensland to Whitehaven Coal.
- Port of Newcastle coal expansion scrapped
An expansion of the Port of Newcastle in New South Wales, the world’s largest coal export facility, will not go ahead.
- Ancuabe graphite project receives approval
Triton Minerals has approved development of the Ancuabe graphite project in Mozambique.
- Santos delivers QLD jobs boost with $400m Arcadia approval
Santos, with its GLNG partners, plans to invest more than $400 million on the 137-well Arcadia gas project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
- Keeping equipment quiet
STAUFF is pleased to present the patented concept of NRC clamps (Noise Reduction Clamps) for reducing noise and vibration in installations of pipes and tubes with outside diameters between 6 and 88.9 mm or ¼ to 3 ½“.
- Creating precision-engineered mining equipment with 3D printing
A new Australian research project hopes to revolutionise the manufacture of precision-engineered mineral separation and mining equipment.
- Alliance to develop Tennant Creek processing hub
Emmerson Resources has formed a strategic alliance with Territory Resources that will lead to the development of a processing hub to support small mines near Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory.
- Several Mt Thirsty contracts awarded
Joint venture partners Barra Resources and Conico have awarded a series of contracts for the pre-feasibility study (PFS) at the Mt Thirsty cobalt-nickel-oxide project in Western Australia.
- Sino Gas & Energy receives $530m offer from US equity firm
US-based private equity firm Lone Star plans to acquire Sino Gas & Energy Holdings for $530 million, an offer backed by the ASX-listed target.
- Ausdrill employees safe following fatal security incident
Ausdrill has confirmed that employees from subsidiary, African Mining Services, are safe following a security incident at its contract with Hummingbird Resources at the Yanfolila gold operation in Mali.
- Diamonds to go: the lab-made alternative
Lab-grown diamonds are becoming an increasingly viable alternative to their mined counterparts.
- Copper’s growing green credentials
Emerging trends for “Green Copper” will feature in the opening session at next month’s Copper to the World Conference in Adelaide, June 26, a new addition to the program.
- BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance to offload QLD coal mine for $100m
The BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has agreed to sell the Gregory Crinum coking coal mine in Queensland to Japan’s Sojitz Corp for $100 million.
- Improving market for geoscientists suffers setback
The employment recovery for Australian geoscientists has taken a step backward in the opening quarter of 2018, according to the Australian Institute of Geoscientists (AIG).
- Emeco unleashes WesTrac IoT solution on rental equipment
Mining equipment rental company Emeco is bolstering its digital capabilities by rolling out an advanced Internet of Things (IoT) solution that will track and harvest data from its assets.