Fortescue Metals Group’s Integrated Operations Centre allows workers to operate a mine, rail and port network that is 1200 kilometres away. And during COVID-19, it sets a blueprint for what the industry can do to safeguard operations in the future. Nickolas Zakharia writes.
Vysarn subsidiary Pentium Hydro will provide Fortescue Metals Group with drilling and construction services under a new contract.
RCR Mining Technologies has won a contract for a significant design and construct equipment package at Fortescue Metals Group’s Cloudbreak iron ore project in Western Australia.
Vysarn subsidiary Pentium Hydro has won a $800,000 purchase order for hydrogeological borefield and construction services from Fortescue subsidiary – Chichester Metals.
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Fortescue Metals Group’s ambition for a fully autonomous fleet of haul trucks is a step closer after the first Cat 789D trucks fitted with the technology started operating at Cloudbreak.
BGC Contracting has secured a bulk earthworks and roads contract at Fortescue Metals Group’s Eliwana iron ore project in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
Fortescue Metals Group is set to commence an autonomous light vehicle trial at its Christmas Creek iron ore mine in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Fortescue Metals Group is making a strong first impression with its higher grade product in China as prices for iron ore have increased for the miner.
Fortescue has posted a rise in production of 14 per cent year on year in what chief executive officer Elizabeth Gaines called “a strong start” to the company’s 2019 first quarter.
Fortescue Metals Group has launched operation of a relocatable conveyor system at the Cloudbreak iron ore mine in the Pilbara, Western Australia.
Five years on from the death of Paul Torre at the Cloudbreak iron ore mine, contractor BTP Equipment (formerly Ausdrill Mining Services) has been fined $195,000.