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  • Grant brings manufacturing back to Western Australia (0) June 15, 2022 Grant brings manufacturing back to Western AustraliaStriker Australia and MAX Plant have been awarded $3.4 million in funding under Round 2 of the Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI). The grant forms part of a total $6.8 million project ...
  • Chase acquires McIntosh graphite project (0) June 15, 2022 Chase acquires McIntosh graphite projectChase Mining Corporation is poised to nab a major stake in the third-largest ASX-listed graphite project in Australia, which sells high quality graphite products into a diverse range of premium ...
  • Komatsu expands with MST acquisition (0) June 15, 2022 Komatsu expands with MST acquisitionJapanese multi-national corporation Komatsu is set to acquire Australian business Mine Site Technologies (MST), a provider of operational optimisation platforms for underground mining that leverage communication devices and position tracking ...
  • Gudai-Darri iron ore heads to port (0) June 15, 2022 Gudai-Darri iron ore heads to portRio Tinto has delivered first ore from the Gudai-Darri iron ore mine as the company brings online its first greenfield mine in the Pilbara, Western Australia, in more than a ...
  • Lynas secures US contract for rare earths facility (0) June 14, 2022 Lynas secures US contract for rare earths facilityLynas Rare Earths subsidiary Lynas USA LLC has signed a follow-on contract for about US$120 million with the US Department of Defense (DoD) to establish a first-of-its-kind commercial Heavy Rare ...
  • Maiden coal supply railed from Bluff mine (0) June 14, 2022 Maiden coal supply railed from Bluff mineThe maiden shipment of coal from Bowen Coking Coal’s Bluff open-cut PCI mine has left Cook Colliery and been shipped by rail to RG Tanna coal terminal, from where it ...
  • First copper cathode at Anthill (0) June 14, 2022 First copper cathode at AnthillThe first copper cathode has been produced at Austral resources’ Anthill mine in Mt Isa, successfully completing an intensive site development and plant commissioning since listing eight months ago. This paves ...
  • Recognition for resourceful mental health program (0) June 14, 2022 Recognition for resourceful mental health programIndependent research undertaken by Edith Cowan University has shown that a mental health peer support program being run by Lifeline WA and the Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA (CME) is fit-for-purpose and ...
  • ESG issues covered at QME event (0) June 14, 2022 ESG issues covered at QME eventMining industry thought leaders will gather from July 19-21 at the Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition in Mackay to inspire and share insights at the Seminar Series, sponsored by Komatsu. On ...
  • Glencore mine surface drills on path to automation (0) June 14, 2022 Glencore mine surface drills on path to automationGlencore’s Compañía Minera Lomas Bayas (CMLB) copper mine in Chile will convert its surface drills to an autonomous operation through industry leading technology provided by Flanders. The mine is in the ...
  • Neousys Technology honoured at Innovators Awards (0) June 14, 2022 Neousys Technology honoured at Innovators AwardsNeousys Technology’s Nuvo-8108GC-QD Series has been named a Bronze Honouree at the Vision Systems Design 2022 Innovators Award. The judging panel consisted of esteemed experts from system integrators and end-user ...
  • Westgold’s merry month of May (0) June 14, 2022 Westgold's merry month of MayWestgold Resources’ Bryah and Murchison operations have set a record for gold production for the month of May. The figures of 25,100 ounces came after a bumper April that delivered 23,969oz ...
  • Japanese investment in Glencore carbon capture project (0) June 13, 2022 Japanese investment in Glencore carbon capture projectJapan-based Marubeni Corporation and Electric Power Development will each invest $10 million in Glencore’s CTSCo Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Project in Queensland. Both Marubeni and J-POWER are long term joint ...
  • Queensland mentoring program for women in mining (0) June 13, 2022 Queensland mentoring program for women in miningWomen determined to upset the status quo in the male-dominated mining industry will receive an extra boost as a mentoring program targeted at increasing female participation launches in Queensland. This year, ...
  • Court approval opens door to Avebury acquisition (0) June 13, 2022 Court approval opens door to Avebury acquisitionThe Supreme Court of Western Australia has approved the transfer of shares from Allegiance Mining to Mallee Resources, and in effect ownership of the Avebury nickel sulphide project in Tasmania. In ...
  • Call to rediscover Victoria as strong minerals state (0) June 13, 2022 Call to rediscover Victoria as strong minerals stateThe Minerals Council of Australia (Victoria) has called for fundamental and urgent reforms to Victoria’s Mining Act and regulatory framework in a new Rediscover Victoria policy priorities platform released ahead of the ...
  • Rio Tinto partners with battery innovator (0) June 13, 2022 Rio Tinto partners with battery innovatorRio Tinto has made a US$10 million strategic equity investment in Nano One Materials, a Canada-based technology innovator in battery materials. The collaboration aims to provide iron and lithium products, and will ...
  • WA moves to accelerate exploration approvals (0) June 13, 2022 WA moves to accelerate exploration approvalsWestern Australian Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Johnston has endorsed a plan to accelerate exploration and mining approvals in the state following a significant increase in applications this financial year. The ...
  • Rio given nod to expand Pilbara iron hub (0) June 13, 2022 Rio given nod to expand Pilbara iron hubThe Western Australian Environmental Authority (EPA) has approved Rio Tinto applications to expand the iron-ore hub in the Greater Paraburdoo region of the Pilbara. Under the proposals, new deposits will be developed at ...
  • Queensland resource exports hit new highs (0) June 10, 2022 Queensland resource exports hit new highsA new report shows Queensland’s resources exports hit a record high between March 2021 and March 2022, with producers sending a record $77 billion worth of coal, gas and minerals ...
  • Translating critical mineral riches into opportunities (0) June 10, 2022 Translating critical mineral riches into opportunitiesThe  Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) has launched its annual Critical Minerals Investment Opportunities document, and in three languages apart from English: Chinese, Japanese and Hindi. AMEC chief executive ...
  • Hyundai awarded Dubbo Project design contract (0) June 10, 2022 Hyundai awarded Dubbo Project design contractAustralian Strategic Materials (ASM) has awarded South Korean-based Hyundai Engineering the contract to provide engineering, procurement and construction definition work (EPCD) for the Dubbo Project in New South Wales. Completion of ...
  • Wind and solar power wanted for aluminium refineries (0) June 10, 2022 Wind and solar power wanted for aluminium refineriesRio Tinto has called for proposals to develop large-scale wind and solar power in Central and Southern Queensland to power its aluminium assets, help meet its climate change ambitions and ...
  • Minos has the Midas touch (0) June 10, 2022 Minos has the Midas touchFurther significant gold intersections have been received from reverse circulation drilling completed at the Minos Prospect within Indiana Resources’ 100 per cent owned Central Gawler Craton Gold Project in South ...
  • Prospect Awards 2022: Outstanding Mine Performance (0) June 10, 2022 Prospect Awards 2022: Outstanding Mine PerformanceAs we approach the latter half of the year, the 2022 Australian Mining Prospect Awards are fast approaching. Set to be held in Perth for the first time, the awards will ...
  • Fenix locks in $180.65 price for nine months (0) June 9, 2022 Fenix locks in $180.65 price for nine monthsHigh-grade Western Australian iron ore producer Fenix Resources has fixed a price of $180.65 per dry metric tonne for 35,000DMT per month for the period from October 2022 to June ...
  • Taxes will kill the ‘coal’-den goose (0) June 9, 2022 Taxes will kill the 'coal'-den gooseQueensland’s resources sector has come out fighting in response to State Government plans to impose higher coal royalty taxes on the industry. Queensland Resources Council (QRC) chief executive Ian Macfarlane said ...
  • Mackay hub to play key role in minerals sector (0) June 9, 2022 Mackay hub to play key role in minerals sectorAn almost $6 million investment from the 2022-23 State Budget will see the further expansion of Mackay’s Resources Centre of Excellence, enabling it to become a key player in Queensland’s ...
  • Multiple gold strikes at Laverton South Project (0) June 9, 2022 Multiple gold strikes at Laverton South ProjectResults from the Pinjin joint venture between Western Australian-based explorer E79 Gold Mines and mid-tier miner St Barbara have revealed multiple strike-extensive zones of coherent gold anomalism extending in excess ...
  • Kalamazoo adds new lithium asset (0) June 9, 2022 Kalamazoo adds new lithium assetGold-lithium explorer Kalamazoo Resources has been granted an exploration licence for the 993-square-kilometre Jingellic Lithium Project in the Lachlan Fold Belt in southern New South Wales. The Project contains geology that is ...
  • Granny Venn income boost for East Menzies project (0) June 9, 2022 Granny Venn income boost for East Menzies projectThe production target at Resources & Energy Group’s Granny Venn gold mine in Western Australia has exceeded expectations. Mining operations at Granny Venn began in July 2021, the first since 1998. ...
  • Bellevue cements future as major gold producer (0) June 9, 2022 Bellevue cements future as major gold producerThe Bellevue Gold Project in the Goldfields region of Western Australia is on track to be a leading 200,0000-ounce-a-year gold producer by the second half of next year. Bellevue said the ...
  • Rio Tinto iron ore used in green steelmaking (0) June 9, 2022 Rio Tinto iron ore used in green steelmakingRio Tinto and the Salzgitter Group have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to work together towards carbon-free steelmaking by using Rio Tinto’s high-quality Canadian and Australian iron ore products ...
  • Thiess on the move at Mount Holland (0) June 9, 2022 Thiess on the move at Mount HollandThiess has successfully mobilised crews at Mount Holland, a greenfield lithium mine in Western Australia, while managing the ongoing challenges of COVID-19. The company was awarded a four-year contract by Covalent ...
  • Positive results drive further Abercromby drilling (0) June 9, 2022 Positive results drive further Abercromby drillingWestern Australian gold explorer BMG Resources has kicked off the next phase of drilling at its 100 per cent-owned Abercromby Gold Project in the north-eastern goldfields of WA, following the ...
  • Deakin and MineExcellence in AI collaboration (0) June 9, 2022 Deakin and MineExcellence in AI collaborationDeakin University’s Applied Artificial Intelligence Institute ( A2I2 ) has established a collaboration with MineExcellence to support the mining sector in leveraging recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI). MineExcellence is a ...
  • IGO gets nod for Western Areas purchase (0) June 9, 2022 IGO gets nod for Western Areas purchaseWestern Australian miner IGO Limited’s acquisition of Western Areas is all but finalised, following approvals by the latter’s shareholders, the Supreme Court of Western Australia and the Australian Securities and ...
  • Software solutions keep workforce moving efficiently (0) June 8, 2022 Software solutions keep workforce moving efficientlyCru Software has partnered with Fly2Work, a SAAS market leader in automated travel management for mobile workforces, to accelerate the digital transformation of fly-in-fly-out workforces and drive the future of ...
  • WA Iron Ore reaches autonomous drilling milestone (0) June 8, 2022 WA Iron Ore reaches autonomous drilling milestoneBHP WA Iron Ore has reached a significant milestone, with its drills operating autonomously for more than 479,607 hours, drilling more than 25 million metres. That is equivalent to drilling the ...
  • South Australian Budget praised for mining support (0) June 8, 2022 South Australian Budget praised for mining supportThe South Australian Chamber of Mines & Energy (SACOME) has welcomed a State Budget that provides ongoing funding for established bipartisan state growth initiatives and delivers funding for regulatory efficiencies. One ...
  • Pulling power in Rio Tinto female recruitment drive (0) June 8, 2022 Pulling power in Rio Tinto female recruitment driveMore than 3000 women across Australia and New Zealand have applied for roles with Rio Tinto, following the launch of recruitment campaigns targeting women who had not previously worked in ...
  • First works completed for Australia’s next rare earths producer (0) June 8, 2022 First works completed for Australia’s next rare earths producerHastings Technology has successfully completed its first blast of construction waste material required for the ongoing completion of its early infrastructure works packages at its Yangibana Rare Earths project in ...
  • Delta drones signed on for Red 5 (0) June 8, 2022 Delta drones signed on for Red 5Global drones-as-a-service provider, Delta Drone International (DLT), will carry out drone surveying services for Red 5 Resources’ mines in Western Australia. The contract is for three years and has a Total ...
  • Mining sector drives SCEE to record revenue (0) June 8, 2022 Mining sector drives SCEE to record revenueA record level of activity in March for Perth-based Southern Cross Electrical Engineering (SCEE), boosted by the mining industry, has led the company to lifting its EBITDA guidance for the ...
  • Sands of time move fast at Coburn (0) June 8, 2022 Sands of time move fast at CoburnFirst production from Strandline Resources’ Coburn mineral sands project in Western Australia is expected within six months. With construction now 75 per cent complete, progress remains in line with the company’s ...
  • Indigenous input into Rum Jungle rehabilitation (0) June 8, 2022 Indigenous input into Rum Jungle rehabilitationAs efforts to rehabilitate an historic uranium mine in Litchfield in the Northern Territory continue, 10 Aboriginal trainees working at the site have completed the formal component of studies in ...
  • Barminco digs deep at Cowal (0) June 7, 2022 Barminco digs deep at CowalBarminco has been awarded the contract for all underground development and production works for Evolution Mining’s Cowal Underground project in New South Wales. Owned by Perenti, leading global underground mining services ...
  • Wabtec to modernise Fortescue fleet (0) June 6, 2022 Wabtec to modernise Fortescue fleetWabtec Corporation has announced an agreement to modernise locomotives for Fortescue Metals Group, representing a first-of-its-kind fleet delivery for an Australian customer. The fleet will be transformed into AC44C6M locomotives to meet ...
  • Liontown lithium bound for Tesla (0) June 6, 2022 Liontown lithium bound for TeslaAustralian-based battery minerals company Liontown Resources has completed negotiations to supply electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla with spodumene concentrate from its flagship 100 per cent-owned Kathleen Valley Lithium Project in the ...
  • New owner for Pilbara manganese project (0) June 6, 2022 New owner for Pilbara manganese projectTrek Metals has added to its battery materials portfolio by snapping up the advanced South Woodie Woodie Manganese Project, located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Trek has entered into ...
  • Women in mining celebrated on global scale (0) June 6, 2022 Women in mining celebrated on global scaleInternational Women in Mining (IWiM) will be holding an inaugural celebration of women in the mining industries on June 15, with the intention of making it an annual event. IWiM is ...
  • Green light for Greenfields (0) June 6, 2022 Green light for GreenfieldsApproval has been granted for Western Australian gold company Focus Minerals’ mining proposal for its Greenfields Open Pit in Coolgardie. The go-ahead by the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety ...
  • Red-letter day for Red 5 (0) June 6, 2022 Red-letter day for Red 5First gold has been poured at Red 5’s 100 per cent-owned 2.4 million ounce, 16-year life-of-mine King of the Hills (KOTH) Gold Project in Western Australia. The first smelt yesterday delivered ...
  • Rio Tinto keeps pink diamonds shining (0) June 6, 2022 Rio Tinto keeps pink diamonds shiningRio Tinto has launched the new Icon Partner program, as part of its strategy for the future development of  the Argyle Pink Diamonds brand. Following the November 2020 closure of the Argyle mine ...
  • Wind fences protect BHP stockpiles (0) June 6, 2022 Wind fences protect BHP stockpilesAustralia’s first wind fences, designed to reduce dust emissions as part of BHP’s $300 million air quality commitment, will be built in Port Hedland by CIMIC Group’s CPB Contractors. Announcing the ...
  • PGE potential aplenty for Pantoro (0) June 6, 2022 PGE potential aplenty for PantoroThe Norseman Gold Project in Western Australia is shining with PGE (platinum group elements) promise for Pantoro Limited. Pantoro managing director Paul Cmrlec the recent success of Galileo Mining in identifying ...
  • Sandfire hears Siren’s call (0) June 6, 2022 Sandfire hears Siren's callMajor copper producer Sandfire Resources has offloaded its Sam’s Creek Gold Project in New Zealand to Siren Gold for $250,000. The  Project  currently  has  a significant  JORC  (2012) mineral resource of ...
  • Kal East figures has Black Cat purring (0) June 6, 2022 Kal East figures has Black Cat purringAspiring mid-tier gold producer Black Cat Syndicate has completed the preliminary feasibility study (PFS) for its Kal East Gold Project in Western Australia, which has defined healthy initial ore reserves ...
  • Prospect Awards 2022: Mine Project Success of the Year (0) June 3, 2022 Prospect Awards 2022: Mine Project Success of the YearSince 2004, there has been one awards night the mining industry has looked forward to every year: the Australian Mining Prospect Awards. And there’s even more reason to celebrate this year ...
  • New CEO for Anglo American Australia (0) June 3, 2022 New CEO for Anglo American AustraliaDaniel van der Westhuizen has been appointed as chief executive officer of Anglo American in Australia, and will lead the company’s steelmaking coal business based in Brisbane. Chief executive of Anglo ...
  • BHP unveils world-first automated shiploaders (0) June 2, 2022 BHP unveils world-first automated shiploadersBHP has begun testing two new automated shiploaders at its Port Hedland export facility in Western Australia’s Pilbara, in a move that will provide significant safety, production and cost benefits. ...
  • Mozal move boosts South32’s green aluminium output (0) June 2, 2022 Mozal move boosts South32's green aluminium outputWestern Australian-based South32 has acquired an additional 16.6 per cent shareholding in Mozambique’s Mozal Aluminium from MCA Metals Holding GmbH. The final cash consideration of about US$200 million reflects elevated cash ...
  • Iron ore estimates lift at Robe Mesa (0) June 2, 2022 Iron ore estimates lift at Robe MesaCZR Resources has reported a 52 per cent increase in JORC resource at its Robe Mesa deposit in Western Australia’s Pilbara. The expanded resource of 37.5 million tonnes at 56 per ...
  • Mt Lyell set to be a copper king (0) June 2, 2022 Mt Lyell set to be a copper kingNew Century Resources claims its Mt Lyell mine in Tasmania is well on the way to becoming one of the most significant near-term copper production assets on the ASX. New Century ...
  • Calix technology to be used at Pilgangoora (0) June 2, 2022 Calix technology to be used at PilgangooraFollowing the award of a $20 million grant from the Australian Government under the Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI), Pilbara Minerals and Calix have agreed key commercial terms for a joint ...
  • Marquee picks Mineral Resources for lithium JV (0) June 2, 2022 Marquee picks Mineral Resources for lithium JVMarquee Resources will team up with Mineral Resources in a joint venture to explore  and develop lithium deposits across the West Spargoville Project in Western Australia. Marquee executive chairman Charles Thomas ...
  • Open-pit potential for Blue Spec East (0) June 2, 2022 Open-pit potential for Blue Spec EastStrong drilling results have highlighted the potential for an open-pit operation at Calidus Resources’ Blue Spec East prospect in Western Australia’s Pilbara. The figures come from the RC drilling campaign conducted ...
  • TECH Project sources New Caledonian ore (0) June 2, 2022 TECH Project sources New Caledonian oreQueensland Pacific Metals (QPM) will source nickel ore from New Caledonia-based Société des Mines de la Tontouta (SMT). In combination with another supply agreement executed with Société Le Nickel (SLN), QPM ...
  • Santos signs new gas deal with Yara (0) June 2, 2022 Santos signs new gas deal with YaraWestern Australia’s biggest domestic gas supplier, Santos, has entered into new gas supply agreements with Yara Pilbara Fertilisers to supply natural gas to Yara’s liquid ammonia plant on the Burrup ...
  • Building the sector’s future: Seven major and junior producers exhibiting at QME (0) June 2, 2022 Building the sector’s future: Seven major and junior producers exhibiting at QMEThe Mining House Pavilion at the upcoming Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition (QME) is set to provide an insight into which companies are making waves in industry. The exhibitor list reads ...
  • Henderson to head Pilbara Minerals (0) June 2, 2022 Henderson to head Pilbara MineralsPilbara Minerals has chosen experienced mining and resource sector executive Dale Henderson as managing director and  chief executive officer. The appointment of Henderson, who has held the role of Chief Operating ...
  • Placement boost for Koppamurra Project (0) June 2, 2022 Placement boost for Koppamurra ProjectAustralian Rare Earths has received $8.1 million of firm commitments for a placement of new fully paid ordinary shares at an issue price of 44 cents per share to institutional ...
  • Honeymoon period for Boss Energy (0) June 2, 2022 Honeymoon period for Boss EnergyBoss Energy has given the green light to proceed with development of the Honeymoon Uranium Project in South Australia. The decision means that Boss will now accelerate construction, ensuring Honeymoon remains ...
  • Momentum builds at Mt Carlton (0) June 2, 2022 Momentum builds at Mt CarltonNavarre Minerals hopes to raise up to $9.5 million for its drilling operations at its Mt Carlton mine in Queensland. The equity raise comprises a $4.5 million placement and a non-underwritten ...
  • More Nifty results for Cyprium (0) June 2, 2022 More Nifty results for CypriumCyprium Metals continues to make solid progress on the development of its Nifty Copper Project in Telfer, Western Australia. The first mineral resource estimate upgrade has been completed using the latest ...
  • Mamba hopes for a six with The Don (0) June 2, 2022 Mamba hopes for a six with The DonWestern Australian gold, nickel and copper explorer Mamba Exploration has entered into an option agreement to secure 100 per cent of The Don – a rare earth element and gold ...
  • Yamana latest asset for Gold Fields (0) June 2, 2022 Yamana latest asset for Gold FieldsSouth African mining giant Gold Fields is poised to acquire Canadian company Yamana. Gold Fields has mining assets in Australia, including a 100 per cent interest in the St Ives, Agnew ...
  • Strong Nordic debut after $12 million IPO (0) June 2, 2022 Strong Nordic debut after $12 million IPOInternational nickel sulphide explorer Nordic Nickel has hit the ground running after a successful Australian Stock Exchange listing, which followed the completion of an oversubscribed $12 million initial public offering ...
  • Madeleine King new Resources Minister (0) June 1, 2022 Madeleine King new Resources MinisterThe Association of Mining and Exploration Companies has welcomed Prime Minister Anthony Albanese’s new Cabinet, which includes Western Australian Madeleine King as Minister for Resources and for Northern Australia. AMEC chief ...
  • Entries open for Indigenous resource awards (0) June 1, 2022 Entries open for Indigenous resource awardsTownsville diesel fitter William Matters and People and Culture graduate Keziah Alimpulos from Brisbane are two of the youngest state finalists in this year’s Indigenous Awards hosted by the Queensland Resources Council (QRC). Both are competing ...
  • Hemi gold resource continues to grow (0) June 1, 2022 Hemi gold resource continues to growDe Grey’s Hemi resource is now Australia’s largest undeveloped open pit gold deposit, the miner has claimed. Hemi is located within the company’s 1500 square kilometre Mallina Gold Project in the Pilbara ...
  • Firefinch splits up gold and lithium assets (0) June 1, 2022 Firefinch splits up gold and lithium assetsThe demerger of Leo Lithium from Firefinch has been given the green light, with an initial public offering (IPO) to raise up to $100 million for Leo oversubscribed when closed. The ...
  • Kalium Lakes targets July commercial production (0) June 1, 2022 Kalium Lakes targets July commercial productionThe first sulphate of potash (SOP) producer in Australia, Kalium Lakes, is hopeful of commercial production by July. Kalium Lakes chief executive officer Len Jubber said the company would be hoping ...
  • New tools for enhanced geological modelling (0) June 1, 2022 New tools for enhanced geological modellingMicromine has released the latest version of its industry-leading exploration and resource estimation solution, Micromine Origin 2022.5. The enhanced functionality of the company’s flagship product is led by three vital brand ...
  • High grade results on Cue for Musgrave (0) June 1, 2022 High grade results on Cue for MusgraveMusgrave Minerals’ total Cue Project mineral resource estimate has now grown to 927,000 ounces of contained gold. The high-grade deposits are hosted in the Break of Day trend totalling 327,000 ounces ...
  • Kickstart for hydrogen economy at Goondoowindi (0) June 1, 2022 Kickstart for hydrogen economy at GoondoowindiThe Queensland region of Goondiwindi is one step closer to having a regional hydrogen economy, fuelled by local sunshine and recycled water, thanks to $2 million in State Government funding. Deputy ...
  • New owners for Mumbakine Well Project (0) May 31, 2022 New owners for Mumbakine Well ProjectCapricorn Metals has entered into an agreement with Gascoyne Resources to acquire the prospective Mumbakine Well Project located close to the company’s Karlawinda Gold Project tenure in the Pilbara region ...
  • Karora acquires Kalgoorlie gold processing plant (0) May 31, 2022 Karora acquires Kalgoorlie gold processing plantCanada-based Karora Resources is poised to acquire the operating, fully permitted one million tones per annum Lakewood Mill gold processing facility located near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, about 60 kilometres from ...
  • Rhodium in Galileo drill assays (0) May 31, 2022 Rhodium in Galileo drill assaysThere’s rhodium in them thar hills. Galileo Mining has reported presence of the metal in assays from the Callisto discovery at the company’s 100 per cent-owned Norseman project in Western ...
  • Olympic Dam contract for Foraco (0) May 31, 2022 Olympic Dam contract for ForacoLeading mineral and water drilling services provider Foraco International SA has been picked by BHP Olympic Dam for exploration and evaluation drilling services near the complex, involving diamond drilling. The contract ...
  • Gold Road ups the ante on DGO (0) May 31, 2022 Gold Road ups the ante on DGOGold Road Resources has lifted its offer to snap up the outstanding ordinary shares of DGO Gold. The Improved Offer consideration is 2.25 Gold Road shares for every DGO Share outstanding, ...
  • Safety-first approach drives remote dozer solution (0) May 31, 2022 Safety-first approach drives remote dozer solutionWhile safety performance is always a key consideration when new technology and work practices are implemented in the Australian mining industry, it is not always the primary reason. But for Rio ...
  • Rammer factory uses 100 per cent carbon-free green heat (0) May 31, 2022 Rammer factory uses 100 per cent carbon-free green heatRammer, the leading supplier of smart rockbreaker technology, is steadily working to improve its sustainability with an aim to become the clear, recognised industry leader in the sector. Reducing carbon footprint ...
  • Group 6 in critical minerals research collaboration (0) May 30, 2022 Group 6 in critical minerals research collaborationGroup 6 Metals has collaborated with the University of Tasmania on a project expected to benefit the company’s tungsten’s assets on King Island, Tasmania. The University of Tasmania’s world-renowned Centre for ...
  • Outstanding WA women in resources honoured (0) May 29, 2022 Outstanding WA women in resources honouredWestern Australia’s mining and resources sector has again gathered to celebrate the power and value of gender diversity, with the staging of the 13th annual Chamber of Minerals and Energy ...
  • Next-generation mine hoist control system from ABB (0) May 29, 2022 Next-generation mine hoist control system from ABBGlobal technology company ABB is introducing a new standardised hoist control system for use by mining companies worldwide. Building on ABB’s reliable and proven past generations of hoist control systems, the ...
  • The story of Stanmore’s success (0) May 29, 2022 The story of Stanmore's successAttendees at the Bowen Basin Mining Club’s May luncheon were given an in-depth presentation on how Stanmore Resources has gone from a relatively unknown player to one of the largest ...
  • Promising drilling results excite ChemX (0) May 29, 2022 Promising drilling results excite ChemXAir core drilling across ChemX Materials’ Eyre Peninsula tenements in South Australia has turned up what the company calls “outstanding” results. The materials technology company – which is focused on providing ...
  • Esperance renewable power hub opens (0) May 29, 2022 Esperance renewable power hub opensThe Shark Lake Renewables Hub has officially opened, marking the completion of the Esperance Power Project in Western Australia. Horizon Power partnered with Pacific Energy to deliver the new integrated power ...
  • It’s Adelaide for Austmine (0) May 27, 2022 It's Adelaide for AustmineAustmine’s world-leading mining innovation International Conference and Exhibition will be held in Adelaide from May 9-11, 2023, in partnership with the South Australian Government. The conference theme, Transforming Our Future, will ...
  • Drills start turning at Spargoville nickel mine (0) May 27, 2022 Drills start turning at Spargoville nickel mineResource confirmation drilling has kicked off at Estrella Resources’ 5A nickel mine within the Spargoville Nickel Rights Project, to aid in completion of a Definitive Feasibility Study for the site. Managing ...
  • Civmec order book boosted by $120 million (0) May 27, 2022 Civmec order book boosted by $120 millionWestern Australia-based integrated, multi-disciplinary construction and engineering services provider Civmec has announced a raft of new contracts worth about $120 million across multiple sectors. Car dumper replacement BHP has awarded this contract ...
  • August focus for Coolgardie Project refurbishment (0) May 27, 2022 August focus for Coolgardie Project refurbishmentPlans to revive Focus Minerals’ Coolgardie Gold Project in Western Australia could get under way in July or August, by which time the miner expects to award a refurbishment contract ...
  • Solid support for Demetallica debut (0) May 27, 2022 Solid support for Demetallica debutDemetallica has made a promising debut on the stock exchange after completing its significantly over-subscribed $15 million Initial Public Offering. The fledgling company boasts extensive tenement holdings in Queensland and South ...
  • MoU to develop vanadium flow batteries (0) May 27, 2022 MoU to develop vanadium flow batteriesAustralian Vanadium (AVL) subsidiary VSUN Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with North Harbour Clean Energy (NHCE), specialist in renewable energy and energy storage projects. It is particularly focused ...
  • Chasing more rare earths in Barkly North (0) May 27, 2022 Chasing more rare earths in Barkly NorthChase Mining Corporation has expanded its Barkly North Rare Earths Project in the Northern Territory. It has applied for two adjoining Exploration Licences (EL) to the northwest to secure a 160-kilometre ...
  • E25 manganese ships amid buoyant prices (0) May 27, 2022 E25 manganese ships amid buoyant pricesA shipment comprising 35,002 tonnes of manganese concentrate from the Element 25 (E25)-owned Butcherbird Manganese Project has departed Port Hedland in Western Australia. The project is a world-class manganese resource with ...
  • FFI to explore green hydrogen computing solutions (0) May 27, 2022 FFI to explore green hydrogen computing solutionsAustralian green energy leader Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) has teamed up with Qlimate, a quantum computing net-zero initiative based in Silicon Valley dedicated to help mitigate climate change, to explore ...
  • Suvo, C&D to develop specific kaolin products (0) May 26, 2022 Suvo, C&D to develop specific kaolin productsWestern Australia-based Suvo Strategic Minerals and C&D Logistics Group have agreed to work together to develop and grow specific kaolin product markets, with a view to forming long-term relationships with ...
  • QEM pilot plant poised for production (0) May 26, 2022 QEM pilot plant poised for productionQEM’s vanadium and oil shale pilot plant has been formally commissioned and is set to be running for up to six months. Pre-commissioning testing works at the Melbourne headquarters of HRL ...
  • Tomingley: The mine that keeps on giving (0) May 26, 2022 Tomingley: The mine that keeps on givingThe 500,000th ounce of gold has been poured at Alkane Resources’ Tomingley mine. Alkane Resources managing director Nic Earner said the significant milestone provided a fitting testament to the teams that ...
  • Drills bring up glittering results at Katanning (0) May 26, 2022 Drills bring up glittering results at KatanningAusgold’s 100 per cent-owned flagship Katanning Gold Project (KGP) in Western Australia has recorded an increase in the mineral resource estimate, which now totals 2.16 million ounces of gold, representing ...
  • Mineral resource fillip for Gabanintha (0) May 26, 2022 Mineral resource fillip for GabaninthaBryah Resources is upbeat about a significant upgrade in the previously reported base metal mineral resource within the Australian Vanadium Project deposit, located at the company’s Gabanintha Project in central ...
  • Prospect Awards 2022: Discovery of the Year (0) May 26, 2022 Prospect Awards 2022: Discovery of the YearThe 2022 Prospect Awards are set to be a major event in November, with more opportunity than ever to celebrate the talents of the industry. Set to be held in Perth ...
  • Rehabilitation monitoring continues at Waxlip Spur (0) May 25, 2022 Rehabilitation monitoring continues at Waxlip SpurEarth Resources Regulation has overseen a range of routine maintenance and annual works at the Waxlip Spur former mine site and nearby tailings storage facility in East Gippsland. The organisation is ...
  • Olympio race back on for gold and lithium (0) May 25, 2022 Olympio race back on for gold and lithiumWestern Australian explorer Olympio Metals has recommenced trading on the stock exchange as it begins life as a gold and lithium explorer focused on discovery at its Goldfields and Halls ...
  • Change at the helm for Westgold (0) May 25, 2022 Change at the helm for WestgoldWayne Bramwell is the new managing director at Westgold Resources, replacing chief executive officer Debbie Fullarton, who has resigned after four years with the company to pursue other opportunities. Westgold will ...
  • Zenith explores new WA lithium prospect (0) May 25, 2022 Zenith explores new WA lithium prospectZenith Minerals has secured a new lithium project in Western Australia, Mt Ida North, under an option-to-purchase arrangement. The project will be explored in conjunction with the EV Metals Group under ...
  • Groves to steer Resolution Minerals (0) May 25, 2022 Groves to steer Resolution MineralsResolution Minerals has named Steven Groves as its new managing director. The mineral exploration company is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of precious and battery metals, such as gold, ...
  • Rio Tinto, bp in marine biofuels trial (0) May 25, 2022 Rio Tinto, bp in marine biofuels trialLeading mining company Rio Tinto and bp have agreed to work together on a one-year biofuel trial to help reduce carbon emissions from Rio Tinto’s marine fleet. Under the trial, bp ...
  • Develop machines roll at Bellevue Mine (0) May 25, 2022 Develop machines roll at Bellevue MineDevelop has kicked off underground work at Bellevue Gold’s Bellevue Mine in Western Australia. Under the four-year contract, valued at about $400 million, Develop’s Underground Services division will undertake construction, development ...
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  • Australian Mines secures $3.7 million in capital raise (0) May 24, 2022 Australian Mines secures $3.7 million in capital raiseAustralian Mines has successfully secured commitments from new institutional, sophisticated, and professional investors to raise about $3.7 million, via the issue of 32.2 million shares and  32.2 million attaching options. The ...
  • Wilki Project management shifts to Newcrest (0) May 24, 2022 Wilki Project management shifts to NewcrestNewcrest Mining will assume management of the Wilki Project in the Paterson Province of Western Australia, as part of its farm-in agreement with Antipa Minerals. Newcrest’s decision follows the satisfactory completion ...
  • MRI, Quantum in flake graphite deal (0) May 24, 2022 MRI, Quantum in flake graphite dealQuantum Graphite has executed a binding offtake agreement with Swiss-based global metal and minerals trader MRI Trading for the sale of 100 per cent of all of the flake graphite ...
  • Mining Innovation Roadshow coming to Brisbane (0) May 24, 2022 Mining Innovation Roadshow coming to BrisbaneWith the focus, ‘Harnessing intelligence: Optimising our people, technology and partnerships’, Austmine’s roadshow will be held on June 2.  Arriving in Brisbane on June 2, the Austmine Mining Innovation Roadshow brings ...
  • Alcohol guidelines in place for WA mining sites (0) May 23, 2022 Alcohol guidelines in place for WA mining sitesThe Chamber of Minerals and Energy of WA (CME) and its member companies have announced the introduction of industry-wide guidance for the consumption of alcohol at on-site accommodation facilities. The Safe ...
  • Research uncovers sweet spot for gold (0) May 23, 2022 Research uncovers sweet spot for goldA Geoscience Australia-led team of researchers has made it easier for explorers to strike gold, by uncovering previously unknown patterns in global geology that can be used to explore for ...
  • Kerman to build Mineral Resources ore storage facility (0) May 23, 2022 Kerman to build Mineral Resources ore storage facilityMineral Resources has inked a $60 million contract for Kerman Contracting to build the design and construction of the miner’s Port of Ashburton ore storage facility in Onslow, Western Australia. The ...
  • Metso Outotec, CSIRO in SwirlFlow partnership deal (0) May 23, 2022 Metso Outotec, CSIRO in SwirlFlow partnership dealMetso Outotec and Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, have signed a global exclusive cooperation agreement on the delivery of SwirlFlow agitation technology for the bauxite and alumina sector outside of ...
  • Heavy minerals resources lift for McCalls project (0) May 23, 2022 Heavy minerals resources lift for McCalls projectImage Resources’ recent strategic acquisition of the McCalls Mineral Sands Project located northeast of Gingin in Western Australia is showing promise. Procured from Sheffield Resources, the project is comprised of two ...
  • Develop set to revive mothballed Woodlawn (0) May 23, 2022 Develop set to revive mothballed WoodlawnDevelop has completed its acquisition of the Woodlawn zinc-copper mine in New South Wales, purchasing all the shares from former owner Heron Resources. Develop has paid the upfront consideration of $30 ...
  • MCA calls out fuel tax fallacy (0) May 23, 2022 MCA calls out fuel tax fallacyThe Minerals Council of Australia says proposals to increase fuel tax on regional businesses would be devastating for communities, undermine their competitiveness and adversely impact thousands of jobs in regional ...
  • I4 Mining adds mining safety advances to Dynamix (0) May 20, 2022 I4 Mining adds mining safety advances to DynamixI4 Mining’s Dynamix data, AI and IoT platform has been further developed to enable edge deployments that deliver complete hybrid technology stacks.
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  • Tianqi Lithium delivers first battery-grade product (0) May 20, 2022 Tianqi Lithium delivers first battery-grade productThe first batch of battery-grade lithium has been produced by Tianqi Lithium Energy Australia (TLEA) from its plant in Kwinana, Western Australia, the first time the material has been produced ...
  • Magnetite iron miner attracts $15.8 million (0) May 19, 2022 Magnetite iron miner attracts $15.8 millionA rights issue for Magnetite Mines has raised $15.8 million, with the miner saying it demonstrated strong support from shareholders, directors, and new investors. The ASX-listed iron ore company is focused ...
  • Badja Project takes flight for Emu (0) May 19, 2022 Badja Project takes flight for EmuThe Badja Project in Western Australia has continued to deliver on its significant gold prospectivity for owner Emu, after a major reverse circulation and aircore drilling program. The company said the ...
  • PGM potential aplenty at Park Reef (0) May 19, 2022 PGM potential aplenty at Park ReefHigh-grade platinum, palladium and gold (PGM) strikes near the surface at the Parks Reef project in Western Australia have delighted owner Podium Minerals. Podium managing director and chief executive officer Sam ...
  • Healthy share placement boosts Tanami exploration (0) May 19, 2022 Healthy share placement boosts Tanami explorationPVW Resources has completed its landmark $9.5 million share placement comprising 23.75 million shares at an issue price of 40 cents per share. The Western Australian company is exploring Tier 1 ...
  • Teck moves to advance Teena zinc potential (0) May 19, 2022 Teck moves to advance Teena zinc potentialCanadian company Teck Resources has launched a data-gathering initiative focused on its portfolio of world-class zinc development assets located in Australia and the Americas. The so-called Zinc Satellite will build on ...
  • Prospect Awards 2022: Sustainability Project of the Year (0) May 19, 2022 Prospect Awards 2022: Sustainability Project of the YearWith in-person award presentations and gala evenings back on this year’s social calendars, the 2022 Australian Mining Prospect Awards are set to be a major event. And with five new or ...
  • Australian Vanadium seeks processing plant approval (0) May 19, 2022 Australian Vanadium seeks processing plant approvalAustralian Vanadium has lodged an application with Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority to build and operate a vanadium processing facility in the state’s Midwest region, in the City of Greater ...
  • Forrest takes back Fortescue Group reins (0) May 19, 2022 Forrest takes back Fortescue Group reinsAndrew Forrest is set to resume duties as executive chairman of the Fortescue Group when Elizabeth Gaines concludes her tenure in August. The move is part of a Fortescue Metals Group ...
  • Contract extends SRG connection with Alcoa refinery (0) May 19, 2022 Contract extends SRG connection with Alcoa refinerySRG Global has secured a $95 million civil infrastructure maintenance term contract with Alcoa. The services will be provided at Alcoa’s Kwinana Alumina Refinery in Western Australia with a contract duration ...
  • Wiluna requests suspension extension (0) May 19, 2022 Wiluna requests suspension extensionThe troubled Wiluna Mining Corporation has asked the ASX to keep it in voluntary suspension pending the finalisation of a recapitalisation proposal which is expected to be completed by the ...
  • Waratah Well drilling sniffs out more lithium (0) May 19, 2022 Waratah Well drilling sniffs out more lithiumDrilling has recommenced at the Waratah Well lithium project in Western Australia. The project is part of the Zenith Lithium Joint Venture with EV Metals Group. An initial phase of seven wide-spaced ...
  • AusIMM, Epiroc team up to champion mining (0) May 19, 2022 AusIMM, Epiroc team up to champion miningThe Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) has officially launched a two-year major partnership with global leader in equipment for the mining and resources industry, Epiroc. The key partnership between ...
  • Key electoral seats could be decided by mining support (0) May 18, 2022 Key electoral seats could be decided by mining supportNew analysis by the NSW Minerals Council has found that its mining member companies directly injected more than $122 billion into the NSW economy over the past decade, creating tens ...
  • Australian minerals sector in safe hands (0) May 18, 2022 Australian minerals sector in safe handsThe best of the best in northern Australia’s emergency response rescue teams put their skills to the test recently and demonstrated that the minerals sector is in safe hands. The winners ...
  • Avebury Nickel Mine out of care and maintenance (0) May 18, 2022 Avebury Nickel Mine out of care and maintenanceThe Avebury Nickel Mine in western Tasmania is back in operational mode, with its care and maintenance status lifted by Tasmanian regulatory bodies (Mineral Resources Tasmania, Worksafe Tasmania and EPA ...
  • OZ casts eye over Kalkaroo (0) May 18, 2022 OZ casts eye over KalkarooOZ Minerals has signed a conditional binding terms sheet with Havilah Resources, setting out the basis of a new strategic relationship in the prospective Curnamona Province in South Australia. It includes ...
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  • $20 million injection for WA lithium project (0) May 18, 2022 $20 million injection for WA lithium projectPilbara Minerals, with its project partner Calix, has been awarded a $20 million grant from the Australian Government under the Modern Manufacturing Initiative (MMI) to support the further development and ...
  • 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 ...
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  • 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. ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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  • 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 ...
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