Austmine and BHP have partnered up to further strengthen the competitiveness of the Australian mining equipment, technology and services (METS) and mining sectors.
For many years mining companies have been urged to improve how they collaborate in the industry and their supply chain through joint ventures and partnerships.
The industry body looks back on the year that was for the mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sectors.
BHP’s next chief executive Mike Henry has placed technology front and centre in his first speech as CEO to-be.
The Minerals Council of Australia is working to entice young people to a role in the mining industry, with its More to Mining careers guide.
For suppliers, partnering with a company like BHP is the ultimate goal. And now, BHP’s group procurement officer Sundeep Singh has revealed what it takes to be a supplier for the company.
Industry experts will discuss how they are managing energy changes and gaining insights on Australia’s critical mineral supply as a part of this year’s International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC).
Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them. These are the words of William Shakespeare, which may very well apply to one of Australia’s leading mining states.
The adoption of new technologies in the mining, oil and gas sectors could bring $74 billion to the Australian economy by 2030 and over 80,000 jobs creation.
The Queensland Government has awarded Mackay-based Fergus Builders a contract to build the $7 million Resources Centre of Excellence in the region.
Austmine talks to several of its member companies about how fleet management services have evolved in the three decades since the founding of the industry body.
Austmine talks to its member groups to find out how maintenance in the METS sector has changed in the past three decades.
The Australian mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector has shown its buoyancy once again with the success of Australia’s largest and longest-running mining exhibition, Asia-Pacific’s International Mining Exhibition (AIMEX), which has shown incredible resilience to post an increase in visitation.
Growth continues in mining as new or mothballed operations are given the green light, and existing mines expand, but how will the industry cope as labour demand exceeds supply?
Growth centre METS Ignited will provide $4 million in funding for collaborative projects that deliver innovation to the Australian mining and resources sector.
Austmine reveals the five key themes that emerged for the mining and METS sector at its 2019 mining innovation conference in Brisbane.
Engineering company Metso has been welcomed as a participant of the Cooperative Research Centre for Optimising Resource Extraction (CRC ORE).
BHP has signed Melbourne-based technology company Southern Innovation to assist the mining giant in mineral exploration and extraction.
Austmine continues a focus on the evolution of the METS sector over the past 30 years with an in-depth look at exploration in Australia.
Seven engineering and technology companies have been granted significant financial awards totalling $4.1 million through METS Ignited’s project funding program.