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BHP Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA) has broken the world record for an electronic blast at the Caval Ridge coal mine in Queensland.
Automation is considered the future of mining, but as two of Dyno Nobel’s leaders explain, it can also be used to collect data that help to plan for sustainable outcomes.
Dyno Nobel subsidiary PT DNX Indonesia has started the operation of its emulsion plant at PT Bukit Suksesindo’s Tujuh Bukit gold mine in Banyuwangi in East Java.
For suppliers, partnering with a company like BHP is the ultimate goal. And now, BHP’s group procurement officer Sundeep Singh has revealed what it takes to be a supplier for the company.
Following proven success in North America, Dyno Nobel has officially rolled out its industry leading, Differential Energy technology to some major Western Australian mine sites, with further testing and site conversions to follow.
Dyno Nobel’s electronic initiation system EZshot combines ‘the best of both worlds’ for underground perimeter blasting.
Mine explosives manufacturer Dyno Nobel has released a new and improved version of its Explosives Engineers’ mobile app.
Orica has won its long running battle with Dyno Nobel over patented shotfiring techniques.
Dyno Nobel has reportedly set a new world record for through seam blasting.
New explosives technology is creating zero fume blasting.
Explosives and fertiliser manufacturer Incitec Pivot has posted a net profit decrease of 33 per cent for the year to September 30.
Dyno Nobel, in partnership with DetNet, has launched a new underground electronic initiation blasting system – DriftShot.
A patent dispute between Orica and Dyno Nobel over blasting methods is entering its fifth year. Cole Latimer reports.
Orica is reportedly facing a challenge over its newly patented shotfiring techniques.