Stay on top of the most popular stories on Australian Mining over the past week, including the announcement that Glencore is looking to reduce its scope three emissions by 30 per cent by 2035.
Glencore’s mills are going digital after the company adopted a new maintenance mobile app (IMIS).
Glencore has suffered through trade uncertainty during 2019, despite most assets performing as anticipated.
Glencore has earned a government certification for its rehabilitation efforts at the Westside open cut coal site in New South Wales.
Glencore has signed a five-year agreement with Samsung SDI to supply cobalt hydroxide for the technology giant’s lithium-ion batteries.
Glencore’s restart of the Lady Loretta zinc-lead mine in 2018 has helped the company improve production for both commodities in 2019.
Glencore Technology has made two significant changes to the IsaMill grinding mill, cutting civil infrastructure costs by up to 28 per cent.
Glencore’s central Queensland open cut coal operation, Rolleston, has received Government certification for another 166 hectares of rehabilitated mined land.
Glencore has contracted parts supplier H-E Parts International for a one-year supply agreement across 24 mine sites in Australia.
Glencore has created a culture of excellence across the safety and operational performance at the Mangoola coal CHPP, (coal handling and preparation plant) this year’s National Group Mine of the Year.
Yancoal Australia has struck a supply agreement with Glencore Australia Oil to purchase diesel fuel from next month.
Bounty Mining is back on track at the Cook Colliery in Queensland following a roof fall that interrupted operations two weeks ago.
For a site that has not sustained a lost time injury in the eight years since operations started, Glencore’s Mangoola CHPP in the Hunter Valley has developed one safety innovation that stands out above all.
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.