Pacific Energy has secured an agreement to buy Contract Power Group, which has a worth of $90 million.
Tyre company Michelin has launched a takeover offer for mining and industrial conveyor belt specialists, Fenner.
Rio Tinto has agreed to sell its interests in the Hail Creek coal mine and Valeria coal project in Queensland to Glencore for $US1.7 billion.
Dual-listed First Cobalt Corp has agreed to a “friendly acquisition” of US Cobalt in an all-share deal valued at $C149.9 million ($147 million).
Mining contractor Mitchell Services, through subsidiary Well Drilled, will acquire privately-owned Radco Drilling for $5.3 million.
Mining software developer RPMGlobal has agreed to acquire MinVu, a privately owned Australian provider of mine-wide operational reporting and analytics software.
Rail operator Aurizon has confirmed that it is in preliminary discussions with several parties about an acquisition and restructuring of the Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET).
Sodexo has strengthened its facility management service for the mining industry through an acquisition of contracts and assets belonging to Morris Corporation.
Mining equipment supplier Emeco plans to buy equipment rental and maintenance business Force Equipment for $69.8 million.
Elysium has announced it has made an agreement with Hardey to purchase 100 per cent of the company, which comprises five gold and base metal projects in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Onsite Rental Group plans to acquire Western Australian equipment hire business GCS Hire – the equipment hire division of Global Construction Services.
Global power and automation technology company ABB will strengthen its position in the electrification sector through the acquisition of GE Industrial Solutions for US$2.6 billion ($3.3 billion).
Seven Group Holdings plans to raise up to $400 million to help it buyout mining equipment hire company Coates Hire.
Ramelius Resources will acquire the Edna May gold mine in Western Australia from Evolution Mining for up to $90 million.
Nepean Conveyors has emerged as a truly global OEM for the mining industry after acquiring two businesses from Sandvik.
Origin Energy’s oil and gas division Lattice Energy has secured a $190 million deal with exploration company Benaris International to acquire a 27.7 per cent interest in the Otway gas project, increasing the company’s stake to 95 per cent.
Western Australian based company South East Asia Resources has entered an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of private company Centralist, which includes five exploration licences in emerging lithium producing country Serbia.
Tungsten Mining has signed an agreement with Pilbara Minerals to acquire the Tabba processing plant, which will fast-track development of the Mt Mulgine project in Western Australia.
Australian equipment manufacturer Nepean Conveyors has secured a deal to acquire two Sandvik conveyor businesses.
Sandvik plans to sell a part of its Mining Systems product area to FLSmidth. Mining Systems is a supplier of design and engineering of material handling systems.