For 16 years, the Prospect Awards have signified why Australia is home to some of the brightest companies and individuals that are driving the mining industry forward.
The Future of Mining Australia conference will build on its two previous years, taking place at Sofitel Sydney Wentworth from March 23-24 with a strategic agenda to deliver a wide range of content spanning the entire mining life cycle that reflects the needs of the industry.
BHP has formed a six-year partnership with the AusIMM to strengthen the calibre of technical and leadership conferences in the resources sector.
As the pressure to shift from non-renewable to renewable resources spreads across the industry, the outer space presents an infinite reserve of highly-valued elements.
As the mining industry continues to create positive, social and economic impacts locally and on a global stage, a report compiled by Oxfam has challenged contributions by mining companies operating in Africa but failed to properly account for all economic inputs.
The pace and scale of change in the international resources sector comes as no surprise to most mining professionals across the globe.
With energy security and climate policy a priority for not only the sector but for the country, AIMEX on day three is primed for robust discussion and healthy debate.
Day two of AIMEX is on track to be the busiest day of the event, with a full conference program, over 500 suppliers to see and networking events to attend.
The World Gold Conference series (2019 will be the eighth conference since inception) is a joint venture between AusIMM, the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) and the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM), highlighting the ongoing collaboration of professional peak bodies in the resources industry globally.
The Australasian Institute for Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) MetPlant Conference will be held from September 9–10, immediately followed by the World Gold Conference from September 11–13.
The Women in Industry Awards recognises and rewards the achievements of women working within the mining, engineering, manufacturing, process control industries and commercial road transport industries
South Australia is the leading the way in renewable and energy storage with the state investing in major energy projects.
The Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition has been officially opened for 2016.
The third annual Women In Industry awards drew together hundreds of people, focusing on the amazing achievements of women in Australia’s industrial sectors.
Hundreds of exhibitors will be showcasing state-of-the-art mining and engineering technical solutions and innovations at Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition.
Caltex Australia and BP have been recognised for their innovative procurement and sourcing programs, netting two major awards at the 2016 CPO of the Year award.
A world first event has delved deep into robotics and automation in underground mining.
Bentley Systems has opened its Year In Infrastructure conference, unveiling new technology in the infrastructure and design space.
The mining industry and local Kalgoorlie community have joined forces to hold the annual Saint Barbara’s Festival from 3rd to 5th December 2015.
National Instruments (NI) will highlight their embedded control and monitoring systems from 1-4 September at AIMEX 2015.