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  • Potential and promise at Century mine (0) May 18, 2022 Potential and promise at Century mineNew Century Resources has obtained enviromental approvals for in-situ deposits Silver King and East Fault Block at the Century Mine in Queensland. As well, the optimisation study had reinforced the highly ...
  • Geraldton Port upgrades boost for mineral resources (0) May 18, 2022 Geraldton Port upgrades boost for mineral resourcesThe Western Australian Government is investing $332 million into Mid West Ports Authority’s Port Maximisation Project, to meet increased demand for Geraldton Port services and supporting more private investment and ...
  • New gold miner in the Territory ranks (0) May 17, 2022 New gold miner in the Territory ranksTM Gold has been approved by the Northern Territory Government to commence operations at the Spring Hill Mine. Located about 30 kilometres north of Pine Creek, the site is set to ...
  • Reduced burden for mineral licence reporting (0) May 17, 2022 Reduced burden for mineral licence reportingThe Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) has welcomed the Reduced Reporting Burden Pilot project announced by the Western Australian Government. AMEC Chief Executive Warren Pearce said the rapid growth of ...
  • Increased reserves for Sulphur Springs project (0) May 17, 2022 Increased reserves for Sulphur Springs projectDevelop has reported exceptional infill, extension and exploration drilling results at its Sulphur Springs copper-zinc-silver project in Western Australia’s Pilbara. The project is located 144 kilometres to the south east of ...
  • ASM South Korean plant offers critical metals alternative (0) May 17, 2022 ASM South Korean plant offers critical metals alternativeAustralian Strategic Materials’ (ASM) first high purity critical metals plant has been officially opened in Ochang, South Korea. The establishment of the flagship facility consolidates the strong partnership ASM has with ...
  • Copper finds prove scale of Nifty deposits (0) May 17, 2022 Copper finds prove scale of Nifty depositsCyprium Metals has declared a 28.4 per cent increase in copper mineral resource estimates (to 940,200 tonnes) at its Nifty project in the Great Sandy Desert in the north-eastern Pilbara ...
  • Gold results glitter for Nexus (0) May 17, 2022 Gold results glitter for NexusNexus Minerals has announced significant high-grade gold assay results from drilling completed at its Crusader-Templar Prospect, within the company’s Wallbrook gold project in Western Australia. Nexus managing director Andy Tudor said ...
  • Sandvik drill literally groundbreaking (0) May 17, 2022 Sandvik drill literally groundbreakingSandvik Mining and Rock Solutions showcased a groundbreaking electric concept drill rig for surface drilling to the Vei og Anlegg 2022 exhibition, one of Scandinavia’s largest construction trade shows, held ...
  • Enhanced experience at Altra Motion virtual exhibit (0) May 17, 2022 Enhanced experience at Altra Motion virtual exhibitAltra Motion has recently enhanced the scope and functionality of its virtual exhibit booth. The immersive and interactive trade show environment provides visitors around the world with convenient 24/7 access to ...
  • Fillip for Chrysos as new contracts signed (0) May 17, 2022 Fillip for Chrysos as new contracts signedChrysos Corporation has signed five new Chrysos PhotonAssay lease contracts with new and existing customers, bringing the total number of deployed or contractually-committed units to 38, up from the previous ...
  • Road seal pledge boost for Agrimin (0) May 16, 2022 Road seal pledge boost for AgriminAgrimin has welcomed the Western Australian State Budget allocation of an additional $100 million, alongside the recently announced $400 million Federal contribution, to completely seal the Tanami Road in Western ...
  • Mining sector lifts WA budget to $5.7 billion surplus (0) May 15, 2022 Mining sector lifts WA budget to $5.7 billion surplusBumper contributions from the Western Australian mining and resources sector have again been highlighted, helping lift the State’s Budget to an expected $5.7 billion surplus for the 2021-22 financial year. ...
  • First spodumene rolls off Wodgina belt (0) May 15, 2022 First spodumene rolls off Wodgina beltMineral Resources (MinRes) has marked a significant milestone in its lithium growth strategy with first new spodumene concentrate delivered at the Wodgina Lithium Project in the Pilbara region of Western ...
  • Bipartisan support for Nyrstar Hobart plant (0) May 15, 2022 Bipartisan support for Nyrstar Hobart plantMulti-metals processing and manufacturing business Nyrstar Australia has secured bi-partisan support for its investment in the construction of a new electrolysis plant at the company’s Zinc Works operations in Hobart. The ...
  • Resolution and OZ team up on Benrama (0) May 15, 2022 Resolution and OZ team up on BenramaResolution Minerals has entered into a Farm-in and Joint Venture agreement with copper-focussed producer OZ Minerals for the Benmara Project in the underexplored South Nicholson Basin in the Northern Territory. Resolution ...
  • Mining decarbonisation innovations charge on (0) May 13, 2022 Mining decarbonisation innovations charge onIn the global quest to significantly decarbonise mining operations, eight technology innovators’ submissions have been selected to progress beyond the Charge On Innovation Challenge. The global challenge, launched by BHP, Rio ...
  • New team at the helm for Kairos (0) May 13, 2022 New team at the helm for KairosKairos Minerals has appointed well-regarded industry veteran Klaus Eckhof as chairman and Peter Turner as its new managing director, in the wake of last week’s announcement of a strategic review ...
  • MGM acquires Australian Vanadium projects (0) May 13, 2022 MGM acquires Australian Vanadium projectsAustralian Vanadium has signed an option agreement with Mining Green Metals (MGM) for the latter to acquire a 100 per cent interest in the WA-located Coates Project and Nowthanna Hill ...
  • Cobalt Blue plant commissioning progresses (0) May 13, 2022 Cobalt Blue plant commissioning progressesCobalt Blue has advanced the commissioning of its demonstration plant at its Broken Hill project in New South Wales. General site amenities to support sustained on-site activities at Pyrite Hill have ...
  • Licence to shine for Southern Star (0) May 13, 2022 Licence to shine for Southern StarWestern Australian gold explorer Great Southern Mining has been granted a mining licence for its Southern Star project in the state’s goldfields, with the lease having an initial term of ...
  • BHP increases spend with Indigenous businesses (0) May 13, 2022 BHP increases spend with Indigenous businessesBHP’s WA Iron Ore (WAIO) operations will increase their annual contracted outlay with Pilbara Traditional Owners and Indigenous businesses. WAIO Asset President Brandon Craig said this financial year, WAIO is forecast ...
  • Atomised mist cannon manages dust in unfavourable weather (0) May 13, 2022 Atomised mist cannon manages dust in unfavourable weatherThe next advancement in industrial dust suppression has been introduced by BossTek, the leader in atomised mist technology. The powerful cannon that is designed to fight dust with maximum efficiency was ...
  • ASIC action against Australian Mines (0) May 13, 2022 ASIC action against Australian MinesThe Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) has commenced civil penalty proceedings in the Federal Court against Australian Mines for allegedly breaching its continuous disclosure obligations, as well as its ...
  • Avoid catastrophic failure on critical fans  (0) May 13, 2022 Avoid catastrophic failure on critical fans Industrial fans running in severe operating conditions demand a high level of resources, often over-lubricating to mitigate reliability issues. Most of them are critical assets so they cannot stop functioning: ...
  • Funding boost for NSW geophysical surveys (0) May 12, 2022 Funding boost for NSW geophysical surveysA new series of New South Wales Government-funded geophysical surveys will take place in the state’s Central West, New England and Far West to gather detailed information that will help ...
  • Fortescue awards Schlam $90 million contract (0) May 12, 2022 Fortescue awards Schlam $90 million contractWestern Australian company Schlam has been awarded a multi-million-dollar supply agreement with Fortescue Metals Group for both its products (Schlam Payload Solutions) and services (Schlam People Solutions) divisions. Schlam Payload ...
  • Epiroc pioneer in reverse circulation drilling (0) May 12, 2022 Epiroc pioneer in reverse circulation drillingEpiroc’s new Explorac RC30 Smart automation-focused reverse circulation drilling machine boasts increased capabilities in productivity and safety features. With the latest RCS architecture, advanced hands-free functionality and increased pullback capacity, the ...
  • Norseman mineral finds excite Galileo (0) May 12, 2022 Norseman mineral finds excite GalileoGalileo Mining has reported significant palladium-platinum-copper-nickel-sulphide strikes at the company’s fully-owned Norseman project in Western Australia. The company is exploring for large scale magmatic nickel-copper deposits in the Fraser Range, and ...
  • First female CEO for minerals body (0) May 12, 2022 First female CEO for minerals bodyThe Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CME) and member companies have appointed Rebecca Tomkinson as its new chief executive officer. Tomkinson, who has been CEO of the Royal ...
  • Tesla teases possible mine purchase (0) May 12, 2022 Tesla teases possible mine purchaseTesla could buy a mining company to produce its own supply of electric vehicle (EV) metals, if that would speed up worldwide adoption of clean energy technologies. The possibility was raised ...
  • KGL capital raise brings in $23 million (0) May 11, 2022 KGL capital raise brings in $23 millionAustralian copper explorer and developer KGL Resources has raised $23.04 million from its one-for-six non-renounceable entitlement offer of fully paid ordinary shares in the company. KGL is focused on the delineation ...
  • Lauded mining stalwart joins Karora ranks (0) May 11, 2022 Lauded mining stalwart joins Karora ranksKarora Resources has appointed Tony Makuch to the role of special advisor to the corporation. Makuch brings extensive gold industry management, technical and operating experience, most recently as former chief executive ...
  • Ora Banda rationalisation reset under way (0) May 11, 2022 Ora Banda rationalisation reset under wayThe first stage of the Ora Banda Mining Operational Reset Plan (ORP) has begun. The ORP forms part of a step change for Ora Banda as it seeks to consolidate its ...
  • Tombola shakes tin for Mt Freda (0) May 11, 2022 Tombola shakes tin for Mt FredaTombola Gold has received firm commitments to raise $10.5 million (before costs) via a placement to institutional and sophisticated investors. Mining is already under way and expansion in progress at the ...
  • Cat rope shovel enhancements boost reliability (0) May 11, 2022 Cat rope shovel enhancements boost reliabilityToday’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 ...
  • Aeon sets sight on $7.2 million capital raise (0) May 10, 2022 Aeon sets sight on $7.2 million capital raiseAeon 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 ...
  • Peak mine life extended to 2035 (0) May 10, 2022 Peak mine life extended to 2035Aurelia Metals has received regulatory approval to extend the life of its Peak gold and base metals operations up until 2035. The New South Wales Government has issued development consent for ...
  • K2fly solution rolls out at BHP mines (0) May 10, 2022 K2fly solution rolls out at BHP minesBHP Iron Ore will roll out K2fly’s Ground Disturbance Solution across its WA Iron Ore (WAIO) operations in the Pilbara of Western Australia. The initial one-year contract has a Total Contract ...
  • Rammer focuses on Australian market (0) May 10, 2022 Rammer focuses on Australian marketAustralian 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 ...
  • Call for more protection for coal industry (0) May 9, 2022 Call for more protection for coal industryAdani 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 ...
  • Seminar Series a highlight of mining and engineering event (0) May 9, 2022 Seminar Series a highlight of mining and engineering eventThe 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. The ...
  • Latrobe Valley mines set for rehabilitation (0) May 9, 2022 Latrobe Valley mines set for rehabilitationThe Victorian Government plans to improve the management of coal mine land in the Latrobe Valley once production ceases. Resources Minister Jaala Pulford said announced enhanced provisions will be applied to ...
  • Shaky ASX debut for Chrysos (0) May 9, 2022 Shaky ASX debut for ChrysosIt’s been a sombre public listing start for Chrysos Corporation, which commenced trading last Friday on the Australian Securities Exchange. The listing followed a successful, fully-underwritten initial public offering (IPO), raising ...
  • Calidus joins ranks of gold producers (0) May 9, 2022 Calidus joins ranks of gold producersCalidus Resources has poured the first gold at its Warrawoona project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The Warrawoona Gold Project is one of the highest margin and significant undeveloped ...
  • World’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck (0) May 9, 2022 World's largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truckAnglo American has unveiled a prototype of the world’s largest hydrogen-powered mine haul truck designed to operate in everyday mining conditions. Launched at its Mogalakwena PGMs mine in South Africa, the ...
  • Record price tipped for largest white diamond (0) May 9, 2022 Record price tipped for largest white diamondThe 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 ...
  • Industry-first dust control system supports autonomous mining operations (0) May 9, 2022 Industry-first dust control system supports autonomous mining operationsDust 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. Designed to work ...
  • Webinar: Digital innovation in the mining industry (0) May 9, 2022 Webinar: Digital innovation in the mining industryJoin 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. From his experience as ...
  • Budget boost for Victorian minerals industry (0) May 6, 2022 Budget boost for Victorian minerals industryThe 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. A significant ...
  • Funding to empower Aboriginal opportunities (0) May 6, 2022 Funding to empower Aboriginal opportunitiesThe Western Australian Government has committed $14.6 million to ensure developments in the state’s resources industry deliver improved outcomes for Aboriginal people. The Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety will ...
  • Record earnings and better social governance for Rio Tinto (0) May 6, 2022 Record earnings and better social governance for Rio TintoIncoming 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 ...
  • MRM environmental management keeps improving (0) May 6, 2022 MRM environmental management keeps improvingThe 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 ...
  • Strategic review for Kairos portfolio (0) May 6, 2022 Strategic review for Kairos portfolioKairos Minerals has initiated a high-level strategic review of the company’s mineral project portfolio, assets, as well as costs across the board. The review will assess the Western Australian explorer’s Pilbara ...
  • Capital costs rise for Caravel copper project (0) May 6, 2022 Capital costs rise for Caravel copper projectThe capital cost estimate for Caravel Minerals’ development of its Stage 1 copper project in Western Australia’s central Wheatbelt has blown out by about $200 million, or about 40 per ...
  • Clermont students crack the mining code (0) May 6, 2022 Clermont students crack the mining codeYear 7 students from Clermont State High School cracked the code to a magnitude of exciting career opportunities at the Queensland Minerals and Energy Academy’s (QMEA) recent ‘Mining for Code’ workshop. QMEA ...
  • Qantas to acquire Alliance Aviation (0) May 5, 2022 Qantas to acquire Alliance AviationQantas is set to snap up Australian-based operator Alliance Aviation Services, enabling the national carrier to better serve the growing resources sector. The agreement, which is subject to a vote from ...
  • BUMA brought on at Broadmeadow East (0) May 5, 2022 BUMA brought on at Broadmeadow EastBowen Coking Coal has picked BUMA Australia to provide mining services to its 100 per cent-owned Broadmeadow East (BME) mine in Moranbah, with an option to extend those services to ...
  • Mental health at the mines under microscope (0) May 5, 2022 Mental health at the mines under microscopeThe Western Australian Government has appointed the Centre for Transformative Work Design, part of the Future of Work Institute at Curtin University, to undertake a four-year research project to gather ...
  • Environmental approval for Finniss lithium project (0) May 5, 2022 Environmental approval for Finniss lithium projectThe Northern Territory Government has granted Environmental Approval for the Finniss Lithium Project BP33 mine, with Core Lithium to develop and operate an underground lithium mine on the Cox Peninsula, ...
  • Pacific Bauxite bounces back on bourse (0) May 5, 2022 Pacific Bauxite bounces back on bourseWestern Australia-based Pacific Bauxite is back on the bourse, following a successful recapitalisation process which raised equity capital of $4.5 million via the issue of 22.5 million new shares. With a ...
  • Angel Nickel Project takes flight (0) May 5, 2022 Angel Nickel Project takes flightEmerging Australian company Nickel Mines has received a licence to begin commercial sales from its 80 per cent-owned Angel Nickel Project (ANI) to Indonesia. The Izin Usaha Industri (‘IUI’ or ‘Industrial ...
  • Carbine to play in new Sandbox (0) May 5, 2022 Carbine to play in new SandboxCarbine Resources has acquired the highly prospective Sandbox Silica Sands Project located in Far North Queensland from FNQ Sand, encompassing a land package of 8104 hectares. The project offers Carbine an ...
  • Bend-tech is your go-to for OEM replacement parts (0) May 5, 2022 Bend-tech is your go-to for OEM replacement partsExcavators such as the Hitachi EX3600 require fenders, guards and travel motor covers to protect the inner structure of the machine.
  • The ‘social’ in ESG – moving from concept to practice (0) May 4, 2022 The ‘social’ in ESG – moving from concept to practiceOnce, the critical challenge in mining was finding an economically accessible resource to develop. Recently, however, the key challenges to mineral developments have not come from the area of traditional ...
  • Brand new brand for employer group (0) May 3, 2022 Brand new brand for employer groupAfter 104 years in operation, the national employer association for Australia’s resources and energy industry has a new brand. The Australian Mines and Metals Association is now the Australian Resources and ...
  • Earth moves for Red Mountain (0) May 3, 2022 Earth moves for Red MountainThe earth is set to move for junior explorer Red Mountain Mining’s Mt Mansbridge heavy rare earth and nickel-cobalt-PGE project in Western Australia. The company has engaged experienced contractor Stark Drilling ...
  • COVID tarnishes Silver Lake production (0) May 3, 2022 COVID tarnishes Silver Lake productionSilver Lake has withdrawn its sales guidance for FY22, saying the March quarter results from its Western Australian operations reflect the implications of the State Government response to COVID. The ASX-listed ...
  • Exploration pays off for Northern Star (0) May 3, 2022 Exploration pays off for Northern StarAustralian gold producer Northern Star Resources has reported mineral resource growth of 4.3 million ounces in the 12 months to 31 March, which it says showcases the value generated by ...
  • Sovereign share offer backed by Luxembourg energy fund (0) May 3, 2022 Sovereign share offer backed by Luxembourg energy fundWestern Australia-based Sovereign Metals has secured commitments for $15 million (gross proceeds) from UK, European and North American institutional investors, enabling it to offer 22.2 million new ordinary shares of ...
  • Exploration freed up in western Victoria (0) May 3, 2022 Exploration freed up in western VictoriaApplications are now open for minerals exploration in parts of western Victoria, following the lifting of an exemption which temporarily restricted minerals activities across an area of around 11,000 square ...
  • Victorian Women in Resources Awards winners (0) May 3, 2022 Victorian Women in Resources Awards winnersThe winners of the Minerals Council of Australia 2022 Women in Resources Awards for Victoria have been named. The awards recognise Victorian women in the mining industry for their career achievements, ...
  • $12 million seismic hunt for new resources (0) May 3, 2022 $12 million seismic hunt for new resourcesThe Western Australian Government is investing $12 million over four years to implement a State-wide passive seismic survey to unlock more of the state’s hidden resources. Funded as part of the ...
  • Kingsland Minerals IPO seeks up to $5.5 million (0) May 3, 2022 Kingsland Minerals IPO seeks up to $5.5 millionKingsland Minerals has released an initial public offering of a minimum of 22.5 million shares and a maximum of 27.5 million shares, issued at a price of 20 cents per ...
  • Green light for MMG Rosebery tailings facility assessment (0) May 3, 2022 Green light for MMG Rosebery tailings facility assessmentMMG Rosebery has welcomed a Federal Court decision to allow the assessment of its proposed Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) at South Marionoak to continue. The Bob Brown Foundation had been attempting ...
  • Lumsden Point development boost for battery metals (0) May 3, 2022 Lumsden Point development boost for battery metalsAs part of the 2022-23 State Budget, the Western Australian Government will allocate $78 million towards the Lumsden Point development to grow capacity at the Port of Port Hedland – ...
  • Digging deep at Dogwood (0) May 3, 2022 Digging deep at DogwoodFirst Au has engaged Deepcore Drilling to complete a 14-hole diamond drill program over about 2000m at the Dogwood porphyry copper-molybdenum-gold project in Victoria. The drill rig arrived on site late ...
  • New Metrics version for Lokotrack crushers (0) May 3, 2022 New Metrics version for Lokotrack crushersMetso Outotec is launching an upgraded version of Metrics, an innovative cloud-based tool for real-time monitoring for aggregates customers’ Lokotrack mobile crushers and screens. The new remote monitoring solution will bring ...
  • Labor pledges funds for local raw minerals processing (0) May 2, 2022 Labor pledges funds for local raw minerals processingA Labor Government will expand Australia’s mining science technology capability, create jobs and ensure a greater share of raw materials are processed in the country. As the campaigns continue in the ...
  • Epiroc to acquire Australian electrification specialist (0) May 1, 2022 Epiroc to acquire Australian electrification specialistMining and infrastructure equipment manufacturer Epiroc has agreed to acquire JTMEC, an Australian company which specialises in electrical infrastructure, supporting the transition to battery electrification in the process. Based in ...
  • Stanmore Resources boost for Bis (0) May 1, 2022 Stanmore Resources boost for BisResources logistics company Bis is bolstering its presence in Queensland’s Bowen Basin region with a new off-road haulage contract with Stanmore Resources. The multi-year contract award, which follows a competitive tender ...
  • Strong lithium price highlights Pilbara Minerals quarter (0) May 1, 2022 Strong lithium price highlights Pilbara Minerals quarterSurging global demand for lithium raw materials has led to a positive outcome during the March Quarter of 2022 for Pilbara Minerals. With work programs progressing to increase spodumene concentrate production ...
  • Potash find for Zenith at Yalgoo (0) May 1, 2022 Potash find for Zenith at YalgooWestern Australia-based Zenith Minerals has secured a new potash brine project via three 100 per cent-owned exploration licences at Yalgoo. The find is located immediately south of the Geraldton-Mt Magnet Road ...
  • Aeris set to snap up Round Oak (0) April 29, 2022 Aeris set to snap up Round OakWashington H Soul Pattinson (WHSP) has inked a deal with ASX-listed Aeris Resources to sell its wholly-owned subsidiary, Round Oak Minerals, for total consideration of $234 million. Upon closing of the ...
  • Improvements help lift Regis performance (0) April 28, 2022 Improvements help lift Regis performanceSignificant progress has been made at Regis Resources’ Western Australian production centres to cater for increased levels of performance. The company runs the large Duketon project in WA’s Eastern Goldfields, and ...
  • KOTH poised for first pour (0) April 28, 2022 KOTH poised for first pourRed 5’s plans to deliver Australia’s next major gold mine is well on track. Boasting a Mineral Resource of 4.12 million ounces, its flagship King of the Hills (KOTH) operation in ...
  • Space program to benefit mining (0) April 28, 2022 Space program to benefit miningGeoscience Australia and the Northern Territory Government have partnered to deliver Earth Observation for the Northern Territory (EO4NT), a $200,000 demonstrator grant program. EO4NT aims to provide seed funding to private ...
  • New university institute for sustainability, mining and resources (0) April 28, 2022 New university institute for sustainability, mining and resourcesThe University of Adelaide has launched the Institute for Sustainability, Energy and Resources (ISER) as a University Research Institute. ISER replaces the Institute for Mineral and Energy Resources (IMER), building on ...
  • Grant applicant numbers reflect mining confidence (0) April 28, 2022 Grant applicant numbers reflect mining confidenceWestern Australia has recorded a surge in applicants for the latest round of the Exploration Incentive Scheme’s co-funded drilling program, reflecting the immense strength of the state’s resources sector. A total of ...
  • Advanced mine rescue training centre opens (0) April 27, 2022 Advanced mine rescue training centre opensA new training facility designed for intricate mine rescue challenges has officially opened in the Central Highlands of Queensland. Resources Minister Scott Stewart said the new Queensland Mines Rescue Service (QMRS) ...
  • Acceleration for innovators (0) April 27, 2022 Acceleration for innovatorsA cohort of 20 leading innovators from across Australia has been chosen for this year’s QuantumTX National METS Ignited Accelerator program. METS Ignited is an industry-led, government-funded industry growth centre for ...
  • St Barbara completes Bardoc acquisition (0) April 27, 2022 St Barbara completes Bardoc acquisitionSt Barbara has formally completed the acquisition of Bardoc Gold, extending its operations in the Leonora region of Western Australia and accelerating its Leonora Province Plan. The completion of the milestone ...
  • $35 million for Glencore carbon project (0) April 27, 2022 $35 million for Glencore carbon projectMining and gas trading company Glencore has welcomed the Australian Government’s decision to award a total of up to $35 million to its CTSCo Carbon Capture Use and Storage (CCUS) ...
  • Environmental concerns top risk list (0) April 26, 2022 Environmental concerns top risk listFor the first time in 12 years, environmental concern has topped KPMG’s Global Mining Outlook risk list survey, pushing commodity price uncertainty into second place.
  • Travel the Overland Telegraph Line (0) April 26, 2022 Travel the Overland Telegraph LineSiemens has launched the Beyond 150 Competition, giving professionals from all industries the opportunity to step beyond the everyday and witness ground-breaking technology applications up close.
  • Record coal price for Whitehaven (0) April 26, 2022 Record coal price for WhitehavenA record average coal price of $315 per tonne has highlighted Whitehaven Coal’s performance in the 2022 first quarter.
  • Mineral love is in the air (0) April 26, 2022 Mineral love is in the airAnglo American is sending drones over an area of around 10,000 square kilometres in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, exploring its mineral resource potential.
  • Promising results for Mt Lyell study (0) April 26, 2022 Promising results for Mt Lyell studyStudy results continue to show promise for New Century Resources’ plans to restart the Mt Lyell copper operation in Tasmania, which was put into care and maintenance in 2014. Since entering ...
  • Honeymoon period set to start (0) April 26, 2022 Honeymoon period set to startBoss Energy is poised to restart the Honeymoon uranium Project in South Australia and become the country’s next uranium producer. With developments moving more rapidly than the company expected, Boss managing ...
  • Alliance loan extends national FIFO services  (0) April 26, 2022 Alliance loan extends national FIFO services Alliance Aviation Services has secured a loan from the Northern Australian Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) to construct a 10,000 square metre aircraft maintenance facility. 
  • Mincor making the most of inflated nickel price (0) April 26, 2022 Mincor making the most of inflated nickel priceMincor had a busy March quarter at the Kambalda nickel operations which bodes well for the company’s continued comeback in 2022, according to managing director David Southam.
  • Plotlogic partners with massive miners (0) April 26, 2022 Plotlogic partners with massive minersPlotlogic has become involved in two multi-million-dollar projects as the Australian mining industry recognises the technology’s value for more efficient and sustainable operations.
  • South32 works toward a cleaner coal future (0) April 26, 2022 South32 works toward a cleaner coal futureSouth32 will contribute $4.5 million to fund a new facility that will feature cutting-edge technology to tackle fugitive methane emissions.
  • Calidus countdown begins with first ore processing (0) April 26, 2022 Calidus countdown begins with first ore processingCalidus Resources has begun continually processing ore at its Warrawoona gold project in Western Australia, as the two-week countdown begins to the company’s first gold pour.
  • Blending craft and automation to make beautiful chocolate – a Beyond 150 Competition experience (0) April 26, 2022 Blending craft and automation to make beautiful chocolate – a Beyond 150 Competition experienceTo celebrate 150 years of innovation on Australian soil, Siemens has launched the first instalment of the Beyond 150 Competition.
  • OZ expectations not dampened by floods, COVID (0) April 22, 2022 OZ expectations not dampened by floods, COVIDOZ Minerals has high hopes for 2022, with growth projects on the table and issues with inclement weather and COVID absenteeism easing.
  • Superbasin research to unearth mineral potential (0) April 22, 2022 Superbasin research to unearth mineral potentialResearchers from the University of Adelaide will perform an extensive geological study across four states and territories to benefit Australia’s resources industry.
  • MRL capitalises on lithium boom (0) April 22, 2022 MRL capitalises on lithium boomMineral Resources has begun 2022 by raking in spodumene concentrate prices almost 70 per cent higher than the prior corresponding period.
  • Australia’s golden opportunity (0) April 22, 2022 Australia’s golden opportunityThe latest Resources and Energy Quarterly reported Australia’s gold mine production is projected to peak at 390 tonnes in 2025–26.
  • Register now for QME: Back in Mackay and bigger than ever (0) April 22, 2022 Register now for QME: Back in Mackay and bigger than everAs QME returns to Mackay from July 19-21 , the industry’s innovation, excellence, and world-class capabilities are again on display.
  • Global Road Technology welcomes new WHO air quality guidelines (0) April 21, 2022 Global Road Technology welcomes new WHO air quality guidelinesGRT has welcomed the World Health Organisation’s update on global air quality guidelines as it implements dust management strategies.
  • Record boost in Australia’s critical mineral resources (0) April 21, 2022 Record boost in Australia’s critical mineral resourcesGeoscience Australia has reported significant increases in Australia’s inventories of critical mineral resources. 
  • China demand for coal set to drop (0) April 21, 2022 China demand for coal set to dropResearchers from ANU have explored China’s plans to bolster energy security in the wake of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
  • BHP, Evolution remain upbeat despite COVID challenges (0) April 21, 2022 BHP, Evolution remain upbeat despite COVID challengesBHP and Evolution Mining have managed respective challenges with inclement weather and COVID during the March quarter, but full-year targets remain largely optimistic.
  • Construction begins at Lynas processing facility (0) April 21, 2022 Construction begins at Lynas processing facilityLynas Rare Earths’ new processing facility has begun construction, with Mines and Petroleum Minister attending a ceremony to mark the occasion. 
  • Hydrogen buses an Australian first for Bowen Basin (0) April 21, 2022 Hydrogen buses an Australian first for Bowen BasinThe Queensland Government has pledged $2.7 million in support to transport mine workers and students in the Bowen Basin.
  • Contract awarded for WA Abandoned Mines program (0) April 21, 2022 Contract awarded for WA Abandoned Mines programIndigenous company Gee Gie has been contracted to work on the first stage of a new project under the Abandoned Mines Program near Cue and Yalgoo in the Murchison region ...
  • Bravus cements BCF as Rockhampton rockstar (0) April 20, 2022 Bravus cements BCF as Rockhampton rockstarBravus Mining & Resources has added BCF Concreting to a long list of local contractors piecing together the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin.
  • Auto-mate attracts talent (0) April 20, 2022 Auto-mate attracts talentAuto-mate is attracting new talent by offering unique opportunities to new potential employees, with a number of new starters.
  • Training facility a major win for miner safety (0) April 20, 2022 Training facility a major win for miner safetyA new training facility designed for intricate mine rescue challenges has officially opened in the Central Highlands of Queensland to boost miner safety.
  • Resources sector welcomes greenfields promise (0) April 20, 2022 Resources sector welcomes greenfields promiseThe WA resources sector has welcomed election promises that would see greenfields agreements increase to up to six years.
  • Rio Tinto record results only maintain targets (0) April 20, 2022 Rio Tinto record results only maintain targetsRio Tinto has achieved record first quarter total material moved at its Pilbara iron ore operations in 2022, despite commissioning delays at Robe Valley and widespread labour shortages.  
  • Curtin researchers develop seismic technology (0) April 20, 2022 Curtin researchers develop seismic technologyDeveloped to identify locations to drill for gold, a new technology for detecting seismic energy has been developed bye Curtin University.
  • Beyond 150 Competition: Siemens technology in action at Coopers’ Adelaide brewery (0) April 19, 2022 Beyond 150 Competition: Siemens technology in action at Coopers' Adelaide brewerySiemens has worked alongside Coopers every step of their digitalisation journey, ensuring the legendary brewer achieves optimal outcomes in terms of quality and efficiency.
  • Gold bulls break $US2000/oz barrier (0) April 19, 2022 Gold bulls break $US2000/oz barrierThe gold price has touched $US2000 ($2719) per ounce, marking a five-week high and following a strong start to 2022 which saw it rise 8 per cent.
  • Thunderbird on the up with NAIF funding (0) April 19, 2022 Thunderbird on the up with NAIF fundingSheffield Resources has received a $160 million loan from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility for its Thunderbird mineral sands project in Western Australia.
  • Curtin a trailblazer for resources technology (0) April 19, 2022 Curtin a trailblazer for resources technologyCurtin University will partner with the University of Queensland, James Cook University, and 33 company partners to develop a research hub.
  • “Ore-sand” kills two birds with one grain (0) April 19, 2022 “Ore-sand” kills two birds with one grainResearchers from Queensland and Geneva have used samples from one of Vale’s largest iron ore sites to repurpose mineral waste while alleviating the global sand crisis.
  • Neousys Technology goes fanless (0) April 19, 2022 Neousys Technology goes fanlessNeousys Technology has released its latest fanless embedded computers, the Nuvo-9000 series and Nuvo-9531 series.
  • WA returns to top of mining investment (0) April 14, 2022 WA returns to top of mining investmentWestern Australia has been ranked the world’s most attractive jurisdiction for mining investment, with South Australia in 10th, according to a global survey by the Fraser Institute.
  • Weir and AusIMM band together for diversity (0) April 14, 2022 Weir and AusIMM band together for diversityWeir Minerals will partner with AusIMM to celebrate excellence and champion diversity in the resources sector.
  • RPMGlobal updates ShiftManager (0) April 14, 2022 RPMGlobal updates ShiftManagerRPMGlobal has upgraded ShiftManager with an array of new functions to enhance communication and collaboration across mining operations.
  • Monadelphous wraps up $230m contract package (0) April 14, 2022 Monadelphous wraps up $230m contract packageMonadelphous has secured contracts with Rio Tinto, Newcrest, Synergy, Origin and Tronox Mining across Australia and Papua New Guinea worth a combined $230 million.
  • Bellevue Gold Develops $400m contract (0) April 14, 2022 Bellevue Gold Develops $400m contractDevelop has been awarded a $400 million four-year mining contract at Bellevue Gold’s namesake gold mine in Western Australia.
  • Mineral Resources pioneers haulage milestone (0) April 14, 2022 Mineral Resources pioneers haulage milestoneMineral Resources has achieved a successful demonstration run of its triple-trailer, automated road train platoon with each road train hauling 300 tonnes of iron ore.
  • BHP takes big strides in Indigenous employment (0) April 13, 2022 BHP takes big strides in Indigenous employmentBHP has exceeded its Indigenous employment goal three years ahead of schedule in Australia, with Chile and Canada both on track to reach their goals too.
  • Geoscience Australia develops national database (0) April 13, 2022 Geoscience Australia develops national databaseGeoscience Australia to develop a first-ever national database of mine waste sites across the country and the minerals that could be present. 
  • Hitachi added to list of ThoroughTec simulators (0) April 13, 2022 Hitachi added to list of ThoroughTec simulatorsHitachi Construction Machinery has partnered with ThoroughTec Simulation to provide its equipment operators with access to world-class training simulators.
  • First Quantum makes moves at Ravensthorpe (0) April 13, 2022 First Quantum makes moves at RavensthorpeFirst Quantum Minerals has proposed to expand its Ravensthorpe nickel operation in southwestern Australia, adding 220ha to the footprint of the Shoemaker-Levy orebody.
  • Epiroc has decarbonisation on the menu (0) April 13, 2022 Epiroc has decarbonisation on the menuEpiroc has entered into partnerships with SSAB and BluVein to speed up the mining industry’s shift to decarbonisation.
  • WA program to tap into demand for drillers (0) April 13, 2022 WA program to tap into demand for drillersA new short course is being piloted with the Western Australian resources sector to meet strong demand for drillers in the state.
  • Siemens celebrates 150 years with series of immersive travel experiences (0) April 12, 2022 Siemens celebrates 150 years with series of immersive travel experiencesSiemens is celebrating 150 years of innovation on Australian soil with the Beyond 150 Competition, a unique series of monthly competitions that will take winners to some of Australia’s most dynamic ...
  • NT exploring for the future (0) April 12, 2022 NT exploring for the futureThe Northern Territory is being explored more than ever thanks to Geoscience Australia’s $225 million Exploring for the Future program.
  • Orica and H2U turn Gladstone green (0) April 12, 2022 Orica and H2U turn Gladstone greenOrica has announced a partnership with H2U Group to initiate the first phase of its proposed H2-Hub Gladstone project in Queensland.
  • CEO sentiment rising in QLD resources sector (0) April 12, 2022 CEO sentiment rising in QLD resources sectorQueensland executives are preparing for a bumper growth period in the resources sector despite concerns around skills shortages, according to a QRC survey.
  • Lynas manages disruptions for massive March (0) April 12, 2022 Lynas manages disruptions for massive MarchLynas Rare Earths has seen records tumble in its March quarterly report, as production levels returned to pre-pandemic levels in some areas.
  • BHP rewards SCEE with further works (0) April 12, 2022 BHP rewards SCEE with further worksSouth Cross Electrical Engineering (SCEE) has won $50 million in contracts with BHP in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
  • WA resources industry sets records left, right and centre (0) April 12, 2022 WA resources industry sets records left, right and centreThe latest annual data released by DMIRS shows WA’s resources industry achieved record sales and supported more local jobs in 2021.
  • Pembroke gets Olive Downs moving (0) April 11, 2022 Pembroke gets Olive Downs movingPembroke Resources has begun construction at the $1 billion Olive Downs steel-making coal project in Queensland’s Bowen Basin, which is set to create 1000 new local jobs.
  • Climate action “at the heart” of Rio Tinto strategy (0) April 11, 2022 Climate action "at the heart" of Rio Tinto strategyRio Tinto AGM has seen the major miner put its climate action plan to its shareholders for an advisory vote.
  • WA sees future in clean energy across sectors (0) April 11, 2022 WA sees future in clean energy across sectorsMore than $11 million will be offered to 7 regional projects in the second round of the WA Government’s Clean Energy Future Fund.
  • Bowen brings Bluff online (0) April 11, 2022 Bowen brings Bluff onlineBowen Coking Coal has begun mining operations at the Bluff coal mine in Queensland, with HSE Mining performing an early works program on a three-year contract.
  • Australian Mining recognises Women in Industry (0) April 8, 2022 Australian Mining recognises Women in IndustryThe Women in Industry Awards presentation evening was held in Melbourne last night in recognition of the outstanding women in the industrials sector. Australian Mining partnered with the Women in Industry ...
  • AusProof aluminium range gets a boost (0) April 8, 2022 AusProof aluminium range gets a boostAusProof’s research and development team has continued to diversify its range to give the industry an even greater product selection of electrical cable couplers and components.
  • Rio Tinto relieves Rusal of Queensland Alumina stake (0) April 8, 2022 Rio Tinto relieves Rusal of Queensland Alumina stakeRio Tinto has taken full ownership of the Gladstone alumina refinery in Queensland, relinquishing UC Rusal’s 20 per cent stake and removing any Russian interest in the operation.
  • ABB to build hoist for Prominent Hill (0) April 8, 2022 ABB to build hoist for Prominent HillABB will design and supply its highest payload Koepe production hoist to OZ Minerals’ Prominent Hill mine in South Australia.
  • Skills shortage concerns majority of WA resource businesses (0) April 8, 2022 Skills shortage concerns majority of WA resource businessesMore than 90 per cent of Western Australian businesses in the resources sector have identified skill shortages as a barrier, according to the latest report from the WA Chamber of ...
  • AusIMM and BPEQ recruit engineers (0) April 8, 2022 AusIMM and BPEQ recruit engineersThe AusIMM and the BPEQ are working together to promote registration for engineers in the resources sector.
  • Decmil builds lithium sector with Covalent, Talison (0) April 8, 2022 Decmil builds lithium sector with Covalent, TalisonDecmil has won two construction contracts to expand its footprint in the Western Australian lithium sector, securing a combined $34 million with Covalent Lithium and Talison Lithium.
  • FLSmidth and AVEVA digitise mining (0) April 8, 2022 FLSmidth and AVEVA digitise miningFLSmidth and AVEVA have signed a global partnership to deliver cutting-edge digitally-enabled solutions and services to the mining industry.
  • acQuire gives EnviroSys a facelift (0) April 7, 2022 acQuire gives EnviroSys a faceliftacQuire has reimagined its environmental data management solution with a new release to improve user experience. Introducing, EnviroSys 9.
  • Rio Tinto reveals leaps in economic returns (0) April 7, 2022 Rio Tinto reveals leaps in economic returnsRio Tinto contributed $14.8 billion in taxes and royalties to the Australian Government and communities where it operated during 2021, up 66 per cent on the previous year.
  • Eriez: Advancing mining for 80 years (0) April 7, 2022 Eriez: Advancing mining for 80 yearsEriez is a world leader in magnetic separation, flotation, metal detection and material handling equipment technology.
  • Red 5 KOTH goes back underground (0) April 7, 2022 Red 5 KOTH goes back undergroundRed 5’s King of the Hills gold project remains on track for first gold production after recommencing underground mining on March 31.
  • Curtin’s mining course second best in the world (0) April 7, 2022 Curtin’s mining course second best in the worldCurtin University is the top Australian and second global university for mineral and mining engineering for the sixth year in a row.
  • New mines needed in Victoria by 2030: MCA (0) April 7, 2022 New mines needed in Victoria by 2030: MCAThe Victorian mining industry had an economic output of $1 billion in 2020-21, sustaining more than 4700 full-time jobs, according to a report commissioned by the Minerals Council of Australia ...
  • BHP leverages Liebherr for South Flank mining muscle (0) April 7, 2022 BHP leverages Liebherr for South Flank mining muscleBHP has partnered with Liebherr to power its R 9600 excavator fleet at the South Flank iron ore mine in Western Australia, reducing maintenance and standardising parts.
  • WA Bill to simplify transfer of prospecting licences (0) April 7, 2022 WA Bill to simplify transfer of prospecting licencesRed tape and inefficiencies relating to prospecting licences will be reduced in Western Australia, with the State Government introducing the Duties Amendment Bill 2022 as part of the upcoming budget.
  • Mineral Resources responds to global lithium demand (0) April 6, 2022 Mineral Resources responds to global lithium demandMineral Resources will increase production from its Wodgina and Mt Marion spodumene mines in response to unprecedented global lithium demand.
  • Major miners set sail for iron ore green corridor (0) April 6, 2022 Major miners set sail for iron ore green corridorRio Tinto and BHP have signed a letter of intent to assess the development of an iron ore Green Corridor between Australia and East Asia.
  • BHP renews 24-hour power for Nickel West (0) April 6, 2022 BHP renews 24-hour power for Nickel WestBHP has signed a power purchase agreement with Enel Green Power, securing 100 per cent renewable energy for three major nickel operations in Western Australia.
  • Minister makes call on Bundaberg coal proposal (0) April 6, 2022 Minister makes call on Bundaberg coal proposalQueensland Resources Minister Scott Stewart has refused Fox Resources’ application for a mineral development licence to further the company’s exploration for coal north of Bundaberg, citing the decision was based ...
  • WA skills summits to boost regional workforce (0) April 6, 2022 WA skills summits to boost regional workforceThe WA Government has hosted 10 regional skills summits across the state progressing practical actions to address workforce needs.
  • Northern Territory guides mineral exploration (0) April 6, 2022 Northern Territory guides mineral explorationMineral explorers in the Northern Territory can now access a new guide designed to make exploration simpler and more attractive to investors.
  • Movers & shakers: The month’s mining developments (0) April 5, 2022 Movers & shakers: The month’s mining developmentsKeep up with the latest developments in Australian mines, including at the Thunderbird mineral sands, Dartbrook coal, and Kalgoorlie nickel projects.
  • Newcastle puts on a show for Austmine Mining Innovation Roadshow (0) April 5, 2022 Newcastle puts on a show for Austmine Mining Innovation RoadshowThe Austmine Mining Innovation Roadshow was held yesterday seeing many industry professionals come together in person for the first time.
  • WesTrac makes noise suppression its own (0) April 5, 2022 WesTrac makes noise suppression its ownWesTrac has bolstered its noise suppression capabilities with the acquisition of Hushpak Engineering, an Australian manufacturer for the mining, manufacturing and construction industries.
  • Rio launches record recruitment campaign (0) April 5, 2022 Rio launches record recruitment campaignRio Tinto is seeking its biggest ever intake of 450 Australian students for its 2023 Graduate and Vacation program, more than four-times the total of the 2022 program, with Western ...
  • Sandvik adds Toro LH208L to its range (0) April 5, 2022 Sandvik adds Toro LH208L to its rangeSandvik adds the Toro LH208L loader to the Toro family, designed to operate efficiently in conditions where working height is limited.
  • Moxa unveils next-gen industrial networking solutions (0) April 5, 2022 Moxa unveils next-gen industrial networking solutionsA leader in industrial communications and networking, Moxa, has announced the launch of its next-generation industrial Ethernet switches, the EDS-4000/G4000 Series.
  • Coal predicted to exceed $100 billion annual export mark (0) April 4, 2022 Coal predicted to exceed $100 billion annual export markThe 2021-22 Australian resources and energy export earnings forecast shows that figures will soar to a record-high of $425 billion.
  • Whitehaven expands Narrabri until 2044 (0) April 4, 2022 Whitehaven expands Narrabri until 2044Whitehaven Coal has received approval to extend its Narrabri coal mine from the New South Wales Independent Planning Commission, adding 82 million tonnes to its extraction plans.
  • Mineral export tariffs eliminated with India agreement (0) April 4, 2022 Mineral export tariffs eliminated with India agreementThe resources sector will be one of the main beneficiaries after the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement was officially signed, making exports to India cheaper and creating huge new ...
  • Prominent Hill hoisting shaft upgrade to extend mine life (0) April 4, 2022 Prominent Hill hoisting shaft upgrade to extend mine lifeOZ Minerals has made the decision to increase the hoisting shaft capacity under construction at Prominent Hill to 6.5 million tonnes per annum, up from the previous 6Mtpa.
  • Iluka approved for $1.2bn processing powerhouse (0) April 4, 2022 Iluka approved for $1.2bn processing powerhouseIluka Resources’ Board has approved phase three construction of its Eneabba rare earths refinery in Western Australia, allowing the company to process its own and third-party material.
  • Aus, US cooperate on critical minerals and supply chain resilience (0) April 1, 2022 Aus, US cooperate on critical minerals and supply chain resilienceAustralia and the United States are working together on key challenges like building secure supply chains and facilitating a clean transition.
  • Coal communities confident in royalties return (0) April 1, 2022 Coal communities confident in royalties returnThe New South Wales Parliament has passed legislation giving the Royalties for Rejuvenation Fund an expert panel to guide the use of funds through coal mining communities.
  • Stanwell signs on QLD renewables statement (0) April 1, 2022 Stanwell signs on QLD renewables statementStanwell Corporation has added its signature to the Central Queensland Statement of Cooperation which sees it join Rio Tinto, Orica and Alpha HPA in unlocking renewable opportunities.
  • Research to extract battery metals from tailings (0) April 1, 2022 Research to extract battery metals from tailingsResearch from the University of South Australia (UniSA) could transform the way rare earth elements and other vital battery metals are recovered from the earth, enabling safer extraction with fewer ...
  • Perenti’s Barminco makes Jumbo donation (0) April 1, 2022 Perenti’s Barminco makes Jumbo donationPerenti Group’s underground mining service company Barminco has donated a ‘Jumbo’ development drill to South Metropolitan TAFE in WA.
  • Weir Minerals digitises wear monitoring (0) April 1, 2022 Weir Minerals digitises wear monitoringWeir Minerals is launching Synertrex IntelliWear, a new digital wear monitoring system for spools and hoses in slurry pipelines.
  • FIFO workers get $6m in mental health support (0) March 31, 2022 FIFO workers get $6m in mental health supportThe Government will provide $6 million to MATES in Construction to boost support for the mental health and wellbeing of remote workers.
  • Austral’s Anthill hauls first ore (0) March 31, 2022 Austral’s Anthill hauls first oreQueensland copper producer Austral Resources announces first ore haulage from its new Anthill mine to the Mt Kelly processing plant.
  • Bowen Coking Coal gets environmental win (0) March 31, 2022 Bowen Coking Coal gets environmental winBowen Coking Coal’s Isaac River project in the Bowen Basin has been granted a site-specific Environmental Authority from the State Government.
  • Thiess gets $300m renewal in Indonesia (0) March 31, 2022 Thiess gets $300m renewal in IndonesiaThiess has been awarded a $300 million three-year contract renewal at Harum Energy’s Mahakam Sumber Jaya coal mine in Indonesia.
  • Follow the leaders: This week’s executive movements (0) March 31, 2022 Follow the leaders: This week’s executive movementsKeep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, including at Newcrest, Core Lithium, Orica and more.
  • Weir Minerals, XMPro partnership to maximise data analysis (0) March 30, 2022 Weir Minerals, XMPro partnership to maximise data analysisWeir Minerals has announced a new partnership with XMPro which will enable intelligent equipment and services, as well as support miners to achieve higher performance while also reducing the environmental ...
  • India signs MoU for lithium and cobalt (0) March 30, 2022 India signs MoU for lithium and cobaltThe Federal Government has signed a detailed MoU with India to identify lithium and cobalt mineral assets.
  • CDE thickens its range with AquaCycle A2500 (0) March 30, 2022 CDE thickens its range with AquaCycle A2500CDE has launched its new AquaCycle A2500 thickener, the latest addition to its top-of-the-line water management and recycling systems.
  • Kal Tire wheels in Roy Hill (0) March 30, 2022 Kal Tire wheels in Roy HillKal Tire announced it has earned a five-year contract to provide tyre management and maintenance services at the Roy Hill mine in WA.