Mineral Resources, owners of the Mt Marion lithium project in Kalgoorlie, has made a deal with Perth-based company Hazer Group to create a facility for large-scale, high-grade synthetic graphite production.
Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has knocked back the development of two iron ore projects in the state.
BBI Group, which is developing the $6 billion Balla Balla infrastructure project in the Pilbara of Western Australia, has secured an agreement to acquire the Weelumurra iron ore asset from Mineral Resources (MinRes).
Western Australia’s Curtin University is collaborating with mining companies at a new $6.7 million research centre to apply world-class science to the rehabilitation of retired mine sites.
Diversified mining group Mineral Resources (MinRes) and tech company Hazer Group are planning to form a joint venture to develop a commercial-scale synthetic graphite plant.
Mineral Resources’ Mt Marion joint venture project in the Western Australian goldfields, sent its first lithium concentrate shipment to China on Tuesday.
The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has approved Mineral Resources’ plan to develop a ‘skyrail’ to transport iron ore through the Pilbara.
A proposal for a new iron ore mine in Western Australia has been rejected by the EPA on grounds of irreversible impact on flora and fauna.
Mineral Resources said its Carina mine could be closed down if the iron ore price continues its free fall.
Hughes Drilling subsidiary JSW Australia has won a drill and blast contract for Mineral Resources Carina iron ore mine.
Mineral Resources have unveiled their new $70 million rail set which will help the company lift iron ore exports out of its Carina mine by nearly 25 per cent.
Atlantic is looking into legal action over its Windimurra vanadium operation’s crushing, milling, and benefication (CMB) plant’s continual problems.
Early studies by the Yilgarn Iron Producers Association into opening up the region have found infrastructure upgrades are key to unlocking the province.
Mineral Resources says it’s secured approval for a new 500-700 person camp in Port Hedland to house workers for its expanding Pilbara operations.