Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, including at Sheffield Resources, Centrex Metals, Aurizon and more.
Aurizon Holdings is confident of the long-term demand for Australian coal from international markets despite a 10 per cent drop in exports during the second half of last year.
Aurizon managing director and chief executive officer Andrew Harding has anticipated that China’s decline in coal import volume will continue.
Aurizon has pushed Australia’s federal and state governments to consider policy changes to increase the environmental and economical benefits of rail freight over road freight.
Aurizon has recorded no significant impact to its operations in the 2020 financial year due to COVID-19, but expects a slump in the near future.
Stay on top of the latest executive appointments across the mining sector over the past week, including at Rio Tinto, Engineering Australia, South32 and more.
Rail’s role in the Australian mining industry remains crucial in connecting the ore, coal and other materials mined in the country to the rest of the world. Australian Mining speaks to Loram about its growing link to the industry in the country.
A Special Purpose Liquidator (SPL) of Queensland Nickel (QNI) admitted she has failed to disclose crucial documents involving QNI’s major creditor Aurizon.
Stay on top of the most read articles on the Australian Mining website over the past week, including a machinery and technology alliance between Rio Tinto and Caterpillar in the Pilbara.
Rail operator Aurizon has signed agreements with coal mining customers for a revised rail access deal via the Central Queensland Coal Network (CQCN).
A flooded rail track that has significantly impacted mineral shipments from major miners such as Glencore could be repaired ahead of schedule, according to railway operator Queensland Rail.
Following the dispute between the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) and monopoly network operator Aurizon over QCA’s latest draft ruling, the Queensland Resources Council (QRC) today announced that it will not come to the QCA in partnership with Aurizon under duress.
Ten coal producers want to join the judicial review application filed by Aurizon against the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) in the Supreme Court of Queensland.
Rail operator Aurizon’s dispute with the Queensland Competition Authority (QCA) over the latter’s draft ruling is threatening up to $2 billion in lost royalties for Queensland over the next four years, according to the Queensland Resources Council (QRC).
Rail operator Aurizon has received a newly-built batch of coal wagons at the Port of Newcastle in New South Wales.
Rail operator Aurizon will withdraw an application to the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) for funding to assist with a rail development in the Galilee Basin in Queensland.
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).
Mining freight operator Aurizon has decided to divest its Intermodal business, following year on year financial losses.
Mining freight operator Aurizon has rebounded from a variety of challenges over the past decade, most recently the devastation caused by Cyclone Debbie.
Aurizon and Adani are vying for a government funded loan to develop a new railway for miners in the Galilee Basin, with Aurizon CEO Andrew Harding claiming its line would cost $1 billion less to build.