Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has credited upgrades in infrastructure and technology for growing iron ore shipments from its ports.
BHP has awarded Shell a contract to fuel five Newcastlemax bulk carriers with LNG.
Fortescue Metals Group is aiming to set itself apart from other major Australian iron ore producers with its integrated product strategy, targeting higher grade material.
Mineral Resources (MinRes) has stepped back from proceeding with its synthetic graphic project with Hazer Group as it hones in on its focus on the iron ore, lithium and mining services portfolios.
Strike Resources is in advanced discussions with various potential buyers for high grade iron ore lump and fine products from the Pilbara’s newest iron ore mine, the Paulsens East project.
Fortescue Metals Group has committed itself to growing the renewable energy portion of its business as it sets its sights on competing with fossil fuel companies.
Fortescue Metals Group has secured 12 new agreements with Chinese steel mills, procurement partners and financial institutions during the China International Import Expo 2020.
BHP has selected the Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE) to provide bulk ore sorting and sensing expertise at the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia.
Pilbara iron ore mining magnates Gina Rinehart and Andrew Forrest have taken the top two spots in The Financial Review Rich List in 2020.
MACA has secured a $185 million six-year drill and blast, crushing and screening contract at Fenix Resources’ Iron Ridge project in Western Australia.
Mount Gibson Iron has set its ore sales target for the 2021 financial year on the back of improving sales expected from the Koolan Island operation in Western Australia.
Mount Gibson Iron is targeting the delivery of first ore sales from the Shine iron ore project in Western Australia for mid-2021.
Aurizon has pushed Australia’s federal and state governments to consider policy changes to increase the environmental and economical benefits of rail freight over road freight.
The Western Australian resources sector has achieved record increases in sales and jobs during the 2019-20 financial year despite the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A dip in the output of the resources sector caused by COVID-19 may have been sharp but it has also proven to be relatively short-lived, according to the Resources and Energy Quarterly September report.
“Fortescue Metals Group shareholders have requested the company to amend its cultural heritage protection ahead of the annual general meeting next month.
BHP has awarded Monadelphous a contract at the Olympic Dam mine in South Australia as one of three agreements between the two companies which combined have a value of approximately $120 million.
Nathan River Resources has received backing from London-listed Amur Minerals and Glencore to progress its Roper Bar iron ore project in the Northern Territory.
Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) will receive $81.7 million of works for critical port and road repairs as part of the state government’s Western Australia Recovery Plan.
Fortescue Metals Group has continued to work towards its 2040 net zero emissions target according to the company’s 2020 climate change report.