Liberal-National Coalition MP Karen Andrews has stated that the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) will not be providing federal funding for Adani’s Galilee Basin rail line port link out of the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland.
Equipment provider Lincom Group, the largest distributor of crushing and screening equipment in Oceania, has delivered Australia’s first Trakpactor 550 from Powerscreen.
Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has sent a letter to Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull requesting a veto on a $1 billion concessional loan from the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) for Adani’s North Galilee basin railway project.
From April 2018, BHP subsidiary South32 will invest R 4.3 billion ($395 million) to manage South Africa Energy Coal (SAEC) as a stand-alone, extending the mine life of Klipspruit colliery by up to 20 years.
New South Wales-based coal producer Bounty Mining has announced its purchase of the Cook Colliery and Minyango coking coal project in Queensland from Caledon Coal and Blackwater Coal for $31.5 million.
A Roy Morgan snap survey poll representing the views of 1,547 adult Australians has found that a majority believe that the Adani thermal mine project in Carmichael — north of the Galilee Basin in Queensland — should not go ahead.
The finalists for this month’s 2017 Australian Mining Prospect Awards have been announced. This year’s ceremony, the 13th year the Awards have been staged, will be held at The Ivy in Sydney on Thursday October 26.
Brisbane-based mining software consultant RPM Global Holdings has entered into an advisory services contract with the Barapakuria Coal Mining Company (BCMCL) in Bangladesh. As a member of a three-team consortium, the company will join Fugro Consult GmbH and Mibrag Consulting International GmbH to deliver a feasibility study for development of the Dighipara Coal Field located … Continue reading Australian mining consultant RPM Global to aid coal study in Bangladesh
LaserBond has secured a contract to provide technology services for a Chinese minerals processing equipment manufacturer.
As Australia’s coal mining industry comes to terms with the resurgence of black lung the possibility of capping coal mine worker’s redundancy pay at nine years has again thrust the industry into the spotlight. Sharon Masige writes.
The U.S. coal industry is in rapid decline, a shift marked not only by the bankruptcy of many mine operators in coal-rich Appalachia but also by a legacy of potential environmental and social disasters.
Allegations of conflicts of interest within the Planning and Assessment Commission (PAC) are under investigation by the NSW Ombudsman.
Financial trouble for Illawarra-based mining company Gujarat NRE continues with two companies levelling million-dollar wind up orders against the company.
Hazelwood Power Station is ramping back up to full capacity after a fire at the nearby coal mine halted supply earlier this week.
Of the 2100 applications received for work at Blair Athol mine, a lucky 120 people have been offered positions at the operation.
BMA plans to cut 230 jobs from its Saraji coal mine in Queensland as it looks to improve productivity at the operation.
The Singleton Chamber of Commerce will hold a meeting at Rio Tinto’s Mt Thorley-Warkworth mine aimed at educating local businesses on how to cash in on the coal industry.
Winding up its voluntary redundancy scheme, Gujarat NRE is preparing to sack ten workers through forced redundancies.
Tensions between activists and miners have spilled over, with the battle over Maules Creek mine playing out for all to see on the world wide web.
A new coal mine five kilometres from the centre of Ipswich has been given environmental approval, but the local council says it will fight to stop the project going ahead.