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Newmont, Caterpillar form net-zero partnership
Newmont has formed a strategic alliance with Caterpillar to deliver a fully connected, automated, zero carbon emitting, end-to-end mining system.
Envirosuite clears the air with Aeroqual
Envirosuite has announced a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Aeroqual to combine their environmental technologies for air quality monitoring in the mining, waste, and industrial sectors.
Lynas Rare Earths begins contracting for process plant
Lynas Rare Earths has kicked off construction of its Kalgoorlie processing facility, awarding a formative contract to a WestStar Industrial subsidiary for $12 million.
Bravus and MacKellar to offer paid traineeships
Sixty regional Queenslanders will have the chance to get their foot in the door of a high-paid mining career as the Carmichael mine moves closer to exporting its first coal.
Coal prices face stark forecasts to 2024: KPMG
KPMG has predicted the decline of coal prices towards 2024 with a fall of more than 20 per cent on the horizon for hard coking coal.
NSW mining communities to benefit from new projects
NSW mining communities will benefit from programs worth $75m for better economic opportunities, local amenity and positive social outcomes.
Odysseus ramp up gains pace with construction contracts
Western Areas continues to advance development of the long-life Odysseus nickel mine in Western Australia with the signing of two construction contracts.
Epiroc’s new tube drilling system a ‘game changer’
Epiroc launches ET51, a new tube drilling system that greatly outperforms its predecessor, the previous T51 tube drilling system.
Queensland resources loves locals, reaps rewards
The Queensland resources sector has splashed an increasing amount of cash on local suppliers in recent years, with local expenditure rising $4 billion from 2019 to 2020.
Chalice makes Australian history at Gonneville
Chalice Mining has confirmed an historic mineral resource at the Gonneville nickel-copper-platinum deposit in Western Australia, becoming the largest nickel sulphide discovery in more than 20 years.
Weir secures Motion Metrics acquisition
The Weir Group will acquire Motion Metrics, a leading Canada-based global mining technology business for an initial consideration of £89 million ($162.8 million).
Metso Outotec to develop Pilbara service centre
Metso Outotec will establish a new service centre in the Pilbara region of Western Australia to increase its service capabilities for the resources industry.
Veris recognised with Iron Bridge pipeline contract
Veris Australia has won a $2 million contract to provide surveying, pipeline design, data and GIS support services for the Iron Bridge magnetite project in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia.
Research improves major miners’ maintenance
The University of Western Australia has worked in partnership with Curtin University, CSIRO, Alcoa, BHP and Roy Hill to improve the maintenance duties of large processing plants.
Mastermyne doubles in size with PYBAR acquisition
Mastermyne Group has completed its acquisition of 100 per cent of the shares of leading hard rock mining services company PYBAR Mining Services (PYBAR). Mastermyne has advised that the PYBAR acquisition can be integrated quickly and efficiently, reinforcing the deal as an important step in growing and diversifying its revenue streams, and providing a material uplift in earnings … Continue reading Mastermyne doubles in size with PYBAR acquisition
Cat calls on latest tech for improved loaders
Caterpillar has released two new medium-size wheel loaders, using recently announced technologies to increase productivity and improve maintenance costs.
BHP sells QLD coal mines to Stanmore for $1.8bn
BHP has agreed to sell its 80 per cent share in BHP Mitsui Coal (BMC) to Stanmore Resources, offloading two Queensland coal mines and associated infrastructure. BMC owns the Poitrel and South Walker Creek metallurgical coal mines, plus Red Mountain Infrastructure, and the Wards Well development. The sale will see up to $US1.35 billion ($1.82 … Continue reading BHP sells QLD coal mines to Stanmore for $1.8bn
Anglo American sets sights on carbon neutral shipping
Anglo American is targeting carbon neutrality across its controlled ocean freight activities by 2040, with a 30 per cent reduction in emissions by 2030.
Digital atlas to boost Queensland mineral exploration
Explorers now have access to the latest 3D models and data to help find new economy minerals in Queensland’s Far North with the release of the new North East Queensland Mineral Deposit Atlas.
Perenti denies Macmahon M&A talk
Perenti Global has shut down speculation it is advancing a potential merger and acquisition (M&A) deal, with Macmahon Holdings named as the possible company being targeted.