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Bird in the electric mine helps Sandvik breathe easy
Sandvik has rolled out a new campaign emphasising the rapid deployment of electrified machinery and the advancement of the electric mine.
Partial discharge testing made easy with the Fluke ii910
Partial discharge (PD) can be dangerous and expensive if not located and detected early on.
Andromeda ramps up to first Great White production
Andromeda Metals has upgraded its Streaky Bay pilot plant at the Great White project in South Australia as the company eyes its first commercial produce of halloysite-kaolin.
Primero taking Core Lithium to the Finniss line
Primero has secured a contract to construct Core Lithium’s Finniss Dense Media Separation plant at the Finniss lithium project in the Northern Territory.
Glencore entertains offers for CSA copper mine
Glencore has confirmed that it has received interest in the CSA copper mine in New South Wales – an asset the company has been trying to offload since 2015.
Australia and India take next step in mining partnership
Australia and India have discussed opportunities in coal technology, skills development, and business-to-business collaboration at a Joint Working Group (JWG) meeting on ‘Coal and Mines’.
Vitrinite gets green light for Vulcan coal mine
Vitrinite has received approval for its Vulcan mine complex, paving the way for a nine-million-tonne metallurgical coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
BHP, Fortescue sustainable mining success stories: Frydenberg
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has urged mining stakeholders to continue supporting the sector as it focusses on becoming a more sustainable industry.
Mining accelerates with Covid-induced transformation
The mining industry is on an upward trajectory of electrification and social licence, as it continues to shake off a turbulent history, according to a State of Play report.
Senex stars for 29Metals with Capricorn signing
29Metals has awarded Senex Energy with a gas supply agreement at the Capricorn copper mine in Far North Queensland, locking in 2.5 petajoules of natural gas over three years.
Bowen Rail on track for Bravus coal delivery
Bowen Rail Company has stepped closer to transporting its first coal for Bravus Mining and Resources’ in Queensland with the arrival of its new locomotives.
Job listings lengthen for embattled mining industry
Mining job listings online have risen in contrast to the rest of Australia’s decline, as several states continue to battle a skills shortage.
Mining has helped Australia weather the COVID-19 storm
Federal Minister for Resources and Water Keith Pitt explores the strength of Australia’s mining and resources sector despite COVID-19.
AusIMM scholarships help develop future leaders
Australian students with a passion for the mining sector are urged to apply for the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy’s (AusIMM) 2022 Education Endowment Fund (EEF) scholarships.
Indigenous engagement progressing in Australian mining: Drummond
The effort to better acknowledge First Nations peoples in the Australian mining industry is advancing as we see more Indigenous initiatives introduced.
Inspections continue at Woods Point following earthquake
White Rock continues to undergo safety inspections at its Woods Point gold mine following the 5.9 magnitude earthquake that struck near Mansfield yesterday.
Mining industry riding out labour force issues: ABS
The mining industry saw a drop in employed people from May to August 2021, as more staff worked zero hours, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).
Fortescue restructures for future in greener resources
Fortescue Metals Group has restructured its executive team with four appointments expanding its capacity from purely iron ore into green renewables and resources more broadly.
Komatsu contract accelerates Hillgrove at Kanmantoo
Hillgrove Resources has signed a contract with Joy Global to establish a portal, decline and drill platforms at its Kanmantoo copper mine in SA.
Weir clears the air with solvent-free adhesive
Weir Minerals has manufactured a new range of adhesive for rubber lining which uses zero VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in a first for the mining industry.