The winners of the 2019 Australian Mining Prospect Awards have been announced at Moda Events in Brisbane.
Australian Mining is proud to announce the nominations for next month’s Prospect Awards in Brisbane.
Glencore has won a dispute against the Australian Tax Office (ATO) after the federal court ruled the Swiss parent company paid the correct amount of tax on its copper concentrate purchases from an Australian mine.
Joint venture partners Glencore and Peabody Energy have received a conditional approval for the $381 million United Wambo coal project in New South Wales.
AIMEX takes place from the August 27-29 at the Sydney Showgrounds offering the strongest line-up of suppliers and speakers in recent history.
Glencore has lost its bid to conceal its offshore financial activities from the Australian Taxation Office in a landmark decision by the High Court.
Glencore has signed a contract that will see the implementation of a software as a service (SaaS) solution across 56 zinc sites in seven countries.
Glencore’s attempt to gain board representation at junior Ironbark Zinc has fallen through, with arbitration proceedings dismissing the major miner’s claim.
Glencore is set to close its Mutanda cobalt mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo amid tumbling prices for the battery metal and global uncertainty posted by the US-China trade war.
Glencore Technology has introduced a new conical spacer that it claims can reduce specific energy requirements for grinding by up to 21.5 per cent.
Bis Industries has strengthened a partnership with Glencore-owned Minara Resources at the Murrin Murrin nickel-cobalt mine in Western Australia with a four-year contract extension.
Rapidly growing Australian business Components Only is establishing offices in the high-profile mining regions of Chile and Mongolia.
Technological advancements, workforce changes, community collaborations and environmental challenges are the focus at this year’s Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX).
The world’s top five mining companies are becoming more sensitive to environmental and social risks, according to a report from S&P Global.
Aurelia Metals has put the Nymagee copper development nearby its flagship Hera mine in central New South Wales on hold, tripling its exploration budget instead.
While the Australian federal election campaign has seen all sides of politics weigh in on the future of Australian mining, the industry itself is gearing up for Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX).
Aurelia Metals has responded to ongoing speculation surrounding potential interest in Glencore’s CSA Mines, confirming it is no longer in discussions with the copper mine.
Rail operator Aurizon has signed agreements with coal mining customers for a revised rail access deal via the Central Queensland Coal Network (CQCN).
Glencore has delivered strong March quarter results despite weather and safety issues affecting production at its Australian mines.
BHP has held its position as the world’s most valuable and strongest mining brand on the Brand Finance Mining, Iron & Steel 25 league table.