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Tombola shakes tin for Mt Freda
Tombola Gold has received firm commitments to raise $10.5 million (before costs) via a placement to institutional and sophisticated investors.
Cat rope shovel enhancements boost reliability
Today’s Cat 7495 and 7495 HF Electric Rope Shovel (ERS) models feature multiple design enhancements to the lower structures that increase machine reliability and significantly lower overall total cost of ownership.
Aeon sets sight on $7.2 million capital raise
Aeon Metals has successfully secured commitments from sophisticated and professional investors via a two-tranche share placement to raise $7.2 million (placement), well-supported by new and existing shareholders, including participation by the company’s major shareholder, OCP Asia (OCP Group).
Peak mine life extended to 2035
Aurelia Metals has received regulatory approval to extend the life of its Peak gold and base metals operations up until 2035.
K2fly solution rolls out at BHP mines
BHP Iron Ore will roll out K2fly’s Ground Disturbance Solution across its WA Iron Ore (WAIO) operations in the Pilbara of Western Australia.
Rammer focuses on Australian market
Australian and New Zealand authorised Rammer dealers are meeting this week with company factory representatives in Brisbane to discuss solutions that meet the specific needs of Australian customers, and receive first-hand information on recent product innovations and developments.
Call for more protection for coal industry
Adani Australia chief executive officer and Country Head Lucas Dow has called on all political parties to protect the nation’s prosperity by ensuring coal communities can access reasonably priced finance and insurance services.
Seminar Series a highlight of mining and engineering event
The Queensland mining sector’s thought leaders are gearing up to share their insights at the Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition (QME) from July 19-21, with an informative Seminar Series program.
Latrobe Valley mines set for rehabilitation
The Victorian Government plans to improve the management of coal mine land in the Latrobe Valley once production ceases.
Shaky ASX debut for Chrysos
It’s been a sombre public listing start for Chrysos Corporation, which commenced trading last Friday on the Australian Securities Exchange.
Calidus joins ranks of gold producers
Calidus Resources has poured the first gold at its Warrawoona project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
World’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck
Anglo American has unveiled a prototype of the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck designed to operate in everyday mining conditions.
Record price tipped for largest white diamond
The largest white diamond ever auctioned will go under the hammer in Geneva this week, part of a sale by Christie’s that features two stones weighing more than 200 carats each.
Industry-first dust control system supports autonomous mining operations
Dust control specialist Global Road Technology (GRT) is launching an industry-first system developed specifically to support the optimal usage of autonomous vehicles and equipment across the mining sector.
Webinar: Digital innovation in the mining industry
Join Austmine and Salesforce for an exclusive conversation about digital innovation in the mining industry, via a webinar with Antonio Scuito, global business development officer at Salesforce.
Budget boost for Victorian minerals industry
The Minerals Council of Australia has lauded Victoria’s 2022 Budget, saying it provides positive signals to the state’s minerals industry and the role it can play in regional development.
Funding to empower Aboriginal opportunities
The Western Australian Government has committed $14.6 million to ensure developments in the state’s resources industry deliver improved outcomes for Aboriginal people.
Record earnings and better social governance for Rio Tinto
Incoming Rio Tinto chairman Dominic Barton says the company is focused on rebuilding relationships and strengthening its social licence, while setting out a new strategy that seeks to re-establish it as a leader in an industry that has a critical role to play in creating a sustainable and prosperous future for people and for the … Continue reading Record earnings and better social governance for Rio Tinto
MRM environmental management keeps improving
The Independent Monitor (IM) Report on Glencore’s McArthur River Mine (MRM) in the Northern Territory has found continuous improvement in environmental management and performance at the site for the period May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021.
Strategic review for Kairos portfolio
Kairos Minerals has initiated a high-level strategic review of the company’s mineral project portfolio, assets, as well as costs across the board.