Hybrid energy solutions are leading innovation in the mining industry, with teams across the globe applying complex solutions to various other sectors.
REDARC Group’s state-of-the-art electronics manufacturing and testing facility includes leading technology to ensure its products are built tough, reliable and efficient for even the harshest conditions in the industry.
Komatsu has partnered with Telstra to enhance its automation and cloud solution in Australia, New Zealand and New Caledonia.
Remote condition monitoring technologies have become an integral part of mining operations as companies pursue productivity improvements and aim to prevent unplanned downtime.
COVID-19 has forced industry to do things differently and the METS sector has been no exception.
Vietnamese steelmaker Hoa Phat Group has acquired the Roper Valley iron ore project in the Northern Territory.
ALS Industrial has received ConocoPhillips’ 2020 Doing Business Better award for the Asia Pacific region, part of the latter’s 2020 Supplier Recognition Award Program.
Pilbara Ports Authority (PPA) has increased tonnage charges by 25 per cent at the Port of Port Hedland in Western Australia as part of the 2021-2022 state budget.
Fitch Solutions expects lithium companies will accelerate mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the coming years to diversify future supply.
Fenner Dunlop general manager of safety, training & technical Vicki Wust has enjoyed a fulfilling career highlighted by how she has accelerated greater safety awareness and skills at the company.
S&P Global Market Intelligence has ranked Australia second in the world for mineral exploration expenditure in 2020, while flagging a strong likelihood for minerals exploration investment to improve this year.
Copper has reached its highest price on the London Metal Exchange since September 2011 after an 11th straight monthly gain.
Piedmont Lithium has inked an agreement to supply spodumene concentrate to Tesla for five years.
Copper prices have rebounded this week as Chinese demand for the metal reached record levels during July.
A mid-year survey that analysed the post COVID-19 global mining and metals market has found the fear of a global recession is the most common concern across the industry.
Global deals in the metals and mining industry have amounted to $US3.68 billion ($5.36 billion) in July 2019, according to GlobalData.
Australia’s mid-tier mining sector is observed to charge ahead due to a surging and cautious demand for advanced technologies in 2018.
WorleyParsons is set to acquire Jacobs Engineering Group’s energy, chemicals and resources (ECR) division for $US3.3 billion ($4.65 billion).
Rio Tinto, through research by Boston’s Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has detailed the metals that are expected to be the most impacted by new technology in the future.
Analysts say there is “little light on the horizon” for the current commodities downturn for several years due to increasing imbalances between physical supply and demand.