Australia and Canada share a lot of similarities as two of the world’s leading mining nations. Peter Diekmeyer tells Australian Mining of the links between the two countries at at the PDAC convention in Toronto earlier this month.
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) has mentioned Australia positively in a statement about how the North American country can work to improve its mining investment strategy.
Western Australia is the only Australian state or territory to feature in the top 10 of the Fraser Institute’s annual survey of mining companies for the second straight year.
Ausdrill has reaped the benefits of last year’s Barminco acquisition, posting significant increased profit and revenue over the last half year.
World’s top copper producer Chile has experienced a climb in non-copper exports in recent years. With its longstanding mining history, the country is looking at bridging METS collaboration with international markets.
Technology advancement has a penchant for sparking new global commodity demand in the mining world, with lithium last year’s notable mover.
Newcrest Mining is further establishing its focus on digital technology through a partnership with services provider Interlate.
MICROMINE will be releasing new underground mining precision software to refine and enhance loading and haulage processes, as part of its Pitram solution, in early 2019.
An Australian Resources and Energy Group (AMMA) survey suggests Australia should adopt a less regulated approach in order to future proof its workforce.
Austmine recently completed its first ever mining mission to British Columbia, Canada, a province rich with minerals ranging from high-quality met coal to copper and gold.
Cat mining trucks working within the MineStar Command for hauling automation solution have reached one billion tonnes hauled.
Komatsu has launched its biggest ever recruitment drive to employ technicians in response to improving market conditions.
Metso has won orders for comminution and material handling technologies for three greenfield iron ore and copper projects in Australia and South America.
A new report from GlobalData predicts that electric vehicle (EV) demand will double global lithium production from 26,700 tonnes (t) in 20180 to 58,300t in 2022.
Volatile prices of commodities or raw materials is the major trend observed in the last few years, according to Grand View Research. The mining equipment market is also expected to witness the impact of this unpredictability.
The World Gold Council (WGC) has released an essay collection called Gold 2048, which claims that due to an expanding middle class contingent in countries like China and India, demand for gold will rise.
A global tax expert has warned that Australia is ill-prepared to deal with the global implications of the United States administration’s company tax reform.
South32 is expanding its exploration partnership with AusQuest by providing funding for an additional four opportunities.
Federal Government statistics have been released showing that Australia has the world’s largest identified resources in nine major mineral commodities.
Australian gold output reached its highest mark since 1999 last year, maintaining the country’s place as the world’s second largest producer behind China, the latest data from Surbiton Associates has revealed.