An attempt to stop Adani Australia from registering an Indigenous land use agreement (ILUA) for its Carmichael coal development in Queensland’s Galilee Basin has been rejected in Federal Court.
BHP demerger South32 has just posted its half-year (HY) financial results up to December 2017, posting a 14 per cent jump in profits to $US544 million ($685 million), up from the previous half’s $US479 million ($603 million) but down 12 per cent from the same time last year.
New Hope Group’s expansion plans for the New Acland coal mine in Queensland’s Darling Downs region have received another setback.
Contractor Macmahon this week secured a deal to acquire TMM Group, a Brisbane-based organisation that provides civil and maintenance services to the Queensland coal industry.
Mining services company Macmahon has launched LiveHire’s Live Talent Community technology across the company to support its growing recruitment needs for new contracts.
Kal Tire’s Ultra Repair is a revolutionary service for Australian miners that revives damaged ultra-class tyres otherwise destined for the scrap heap.
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.
Adani’s pledge to create 10,000 direct and indirect jobs through the development of the Carmichael coal mine in Queensland has been questioned by Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten.
A report from global advisory organisation BDO Australia has predicted a number of future trends in the mining industry, including the prediction that 50 per cent of miners will be replaced by robots by 2020.
A buoyant marketplace for permanent work is making a welcome return for job seekers in Australia’s mining industry.
BHP is weighing up several options in a plan to offload its onshore petroleum assets in the United States.
Rio Tinto has met its 2017 Pilbara iron ore shipments target after delivering a 3 per cent year-on-year increase during the December quarter.
A poll undertaken by human resources organisation, Mining People International (MPI), has shown that industry personnel narrowly back the development of Adani’s Carmichael coal mine in Queensland.
Queensland’s resources sector, guided by record liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports and high demand for coal, continues to underpin the state’s economy, according to Queensland Resources Council (QRC) chief executive Ian Macfarlane.
Dr Linda Wang recently won an award for her potentially revolutionary research into coal ash separation.
The Minerals Council of Australia is to go ahead with advertisements expressing the benefits of coal despite warnings from prominent member BHP that they would pull out of the organisation by the end of 2018 if it continued to do so.
A new report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) has revealed that global coal demand is in decline for the second year in a row, having fallen by 1.9 per cent in 2016 to 5.36 million tonnes.
Adani has decided to manage its $16 billion Carmichael coal mine development in Queensland’s Galilee Basin as an owner-operator, scrapping the agreements it had with contractor, Downer.
According to the latest BIS Oxford Economics report, mining exploration, production and maintenance are all expected to lift significantly through 2018.
Contractor Macmahon has executed a $350 million mining services contract at the Byerwen coal mine in the Bowen Basin of Queensland.