Incitec Pivot’s contract to supply ammonium nitrate prill to BHP’s iron ore operations in the Pilbara will end in late 2019.
BP executive Jeanne Johns has been selected as the new managing director and CEO of Australian industrial chemicals and explosives manufacturer Incitec Pivot (IPL).
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BGC Contracting has secured contracts worth $114 million to provide mining services at two operations in Queensland.
Explosives and fertiliser manufacturer Incitec Pivot has lifted profit significantly, despite cyclical downturns in its two main areas of businesses.
The new joint venture berth facility between Glencore, Incitec Pivot, and the Port of Townsville is now operational.
Explosives and fertiliser manufacturer Incitec Pivot has posted a net profit decrease of 33 per cent for the year to September 30.
Four companies have been charged in relation to the death of a worker at the Mt Isa copper smelter last year.
Incitec Pivot has posted a 27 per cent fall in profit, with the explosives and fertiliser maker blaming reduced demand from the mining sector and the strong Australian dollar for the slump.
Glencore says the development of Berth 8 at the Port of Townsville has injected more than $20 million into the North Queensland economy.
Alliance Aviation has signed extensions to its existing contracts with Incitec Pivot and the miner MMG.
An explosion at Incitec Pivot’s Mount Isa acid plant yesterday sparked concerns about a smoke plume.
An Incitec Pivot contractor died late yesterday morning while working for the company on site in Queensland’s Mount Isa.
Incitec Pivot yesterday took delivery of a vital part to fix its waste hear boiler, after the boiler’s failure two weeks ago forced the company’s acid plant to close.
Site preparation works for the next phase of gas downstream processing have begun at the Yara Pilbara Nitrates technical ammonium nitrate plant in Western Australia’s Pilbara.
Fertiliser and explosives maker Incitec Pivot has posted a profit increase of 10 per cent for the year to September 30.
Incitec Pivot has cancelled its plans for a new explosives manufacturing plant in Western Australia.
With the mining industry began to slow down off the mining boom, has a reduced need for explosives or a community backlash been the real reason for Incitec Pivot’s Kooragang Island AN plant deferral?
Incitec Pivot has progressed at its Moranbah ammonium nitrate complex, producing its first ammonia.
Incitec Pivot has announced it will defer development of its planned ammonium nitrate plant at Kooragang Island, in Newcastle for two years.