Brazilian iron ore miner Vale has been granted governmental permission to reopen the Brucutu iron ore mine in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
BHP has cut its iron ore production guidance for the 2019 financial year on the impacts of Tropical Cyclone Veronica, following a similar reduction by Rio Tinto yesterday.
Six cases of scarlet fever have been reported at two BHP iron ore mine sites in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Rio Tinto has committed a further $302 million in advancing its Resolution copper project in Arizona, the United States, taking the total investment to an excess of $2 billion with project partner BHP Copper.
Leading miners, METS companies and universities discuss how Australia is solidifying a record year in 2018 by adding more talent into the field.
BHP is cutting jobs and in-sourcing more of its contractor workforce as part of a global process that chief executive Andrew Mackenzie believed would deliver benefits valued in “many billions”.
BHP Western Australian Iron Ore will begin advertising roles with more lifestyle flexibility as it seeks to increase the residential proportion of its workforce in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Swick Mining Services has considerably boosted its order book due to several new tender outcomes and contracts both in Australia and internationally.
BHP has awarded a $16 million overland conveyor belt contract to Fenner Dunlop at its South Flank project in Western Australia.
BHP expects to lose around six to eight million tonnes of production due to closures at Port Hedland in the wake of Tropical Cyclone Veronica.
Rio Tinto has announced disruptions to certain iron ore shipments from Western Australia following the impact of Cyclone Veronica.
Australian Mining’s top five stories of the past week included plans to restart the Gregory Crinum coking coal mine, Wesfarmers’ bid for Lynas, the impact of cyclones on mining operations, and more.
BHP has awarded a second construction contract at the South Flank iron ore project in the Pilbara, Western Australia to Monadelphous.
BHP is giving local communities the opportunity to express their views on the projects that the company operates through CSIRO’s Local Voices initiative.
Sojitz is plotting the restart of the Gregory Crinum coking coal mine in Queensland after completing a $100 million acquisition of the site from BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA).
Austmine is now the leading mining innovation conference in the world, according to chief executive officer Christine Gibbs Stewart.
BHP chief executive officer Andrew Mackenzie has lauded China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) in a speech in Beijing.
Rio Tinto has temporarily halted rail operations and mining at the Robe Valley project in the Pilbara in response to Cyclone Veronica.
Australian Mining’s top five stories of the past week included an autonomous truck incident in the Pilbara, mining companies bracing for cyclones across Australia, rehabilitation plans in Queensland, and more.
BHP has taken a key step towards reaching an $US82 million ($114.5 million) earn-in and joint venture agreement with Luminex Resources at the Tarqui copper project in Ecuador, South America.