- Anthony Lynham
- Elizabeth Gaines
- Energy Resources of Australia
- Environmental Protection Authority
- Fortescue Metals Group
- Kirkland Lake
- Mount Peake
- Northern Territory
- NSW Minerals Council
- Oyu Tolgoi
- Perseus Mining
- Rio Tinto
- Solomon Hub
- tailings Dam
- West Africa
- Woodside Energy
- Adani awards $35m Carmichael contract to Wagners
Wagners has secured the lead contractor role to deliver a quarry operations package worth at least $35 million for the Carmichael project in the Galilee Basin.
- Fortescue contracts Pentium across Pilbara mines
Vysarn subsidiary Pentium Hydro will provide Fortescue Metals Group with drilling and construction services under a new contract.
- Rio Tinto expands Indigenous engagement
The Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Minerals Development has announced Rio Tinto will be a founding partner, adding to the company’s global indigenous-engaged programs.
- BHP’s next CEO to take tech to the next level
BHP’s next chief executive Mike Henry has placed technology front and centre in his first speech as CEO to-be.
- Evolution plots revival of Canadian gold acquisition
Evolution Mining chairman Jake Klein has switched focus to turning around the performance of the company’s latest acquisition, the Red Lake gold complex in Canada.
- Kalium Lakes broadens scope with EcoMag partnership
Kalium Lakes has steered away from its traditional potash focus and taken on a new approach by signing a term sheet with emerging magnesium producer EcoMag.
- Strata releases MC2 communication device
Strata Worldwide has released the MC2, its second generation StrataConnect underground miner communicator device.
- Hastings Deering igloos a piece of WWII history
Hastings Deering’s igloo hangars, which date back to World War II, are about to be showcased on ABC National’s Blueprint for Living program, celebrating their continual use.
- Pink plant to power Roy Hill expansion
Roy Hill is set to launch construction of a processing plant that will help boost shipping of iron ore from the Pilbara site to 60 million tonnes a year once operational.
- Bryah’s golden plans at Gabanintha
Bryah Resources has revealed optimism for its multi-commodity approach after announcing high-grade findings at the Gabanintha project in Western Australia this month.
- Gates Predator v-belts
Gates’ high-quality Predator v-belts by have unrivalled high-load carrying capabilities, making them extremely effective for uses in mining operations.
- Westgold diversifies into Bryah Basin copper
Westgold Resources is set to acquire an interest in the Peak Hill joint venture from Fe subsidiary Jackson Minerals.
- Rinehart urges WA to follow plans to cut green tape
Gina Rinehart has praised Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s plan to cut green tape for mining projects.
- Hancock-owned explorer backs Catalyst plans in Victoria
Gold Exploration Victoria, owned by Gina Rinehart’s Hancock Prospecting, is set to become Catalyst Metals’ top shareholder after investing $7.875 million in the company.
- Carborough Downs operations suspended after incident
Fitzroy Australia Resources has confirmed a tragic incident involving a mineworker at its Carborough Downs mine in central Queensland.
- Rio Tinto commits to $1bn Tom Price iron ore expansion
Rio Tinto will sustain the production capacity of its Pilbara iron ore business in Western Australia after approving a $US749 million ($1 billion) investment in the Greater Tom Price operations.
- Dacian highlights high-grade potential for Phoenix Ridge
Dacian Gold has revealed results from the recently discovered high-grade Phoenix Ridge deposit, located less than 500 metres north of the Westralia gold mine near Laverton in Western Australia.
- China to dominate battery metal demand
Fitch Solutions’ demand trends for EV battery metals over the coming years have revealed that China will remain the key driver of direct metals demand.
- Panoramic lowers Savannah production guidance
Panoramic Resources has reduced its 2020 production guidance at the Savannah nickel project in Western Australia amid the takeover tussle with Independence Group (IGO).
- Metals X suspends operations at Nifty copper mine
Metals X has decided to immediately suspend mining activities at its Nifty copper mine in Western Australia following an operational review, leaving almost 300 people jobless.