The Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC) is testing the viability of longer coal trains capable of running closer together through the Hunter valley.
Heron Resources has marked the start of full production activities with ore processing at its Woodlawn zinc-copper mine in New South Wales.
A Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) study shows that mining job demand has risen considerably over the past three years.
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Evolution Mining has recorded a significant increase to its gold reserves following continued works on the underground expansion of the Cowal gold operation in New South Wales.
Mine Site Technologies (MST) Global is pioneering communication by making it possible through deep rocks.
Robust coal exports in both New South Wales and Queensland prove market demand remains strong amid carbon emission concerns and decisions to abandon coal.
The Lincom Group a leading provider of material processing equipment, has just delivered the last machine of a 10-machine deal to a valued customer in New South Wales.
Sedgman’s latest progress claim for Heron Resources has been met with another rejection due to a violation of a guaranteed maximum price (GMP) framework, according to the base metals developer.
Newcrest Mining will acquire 70 per cent of the Red Chris copper-gold mine for $US806.5 million ($1.14 billion) in a deal with Canadian company Imperial Metals.
Sedgman is persisting in its claim for additional costs related to works at the Woodlawn project despite rejection from the contract superintendent.
Western Australia is the only Australian state or territory to feature in the top 10 of the Fraser Institute’s annual survey of mining companies for the second straight year.
Mining equipment specialist Emeco Holdings will spend around $90 million on new assets to contribute to earnings and cash generation in the 2020 financial year.
Evolution Mining’s expansion of the Cowal gold operations in New South Wales has moved forward with the award of an underground development contract to Pybar.
A claim from contractor Sedgman for $49.9 million in additional costs from contractor Heron has been rejected by the contract superintendent.
CIMIC Group has cited its mining contracts as a key factor in the company’s growth throughout 2018.
In aligning the Mt Owen coal mine with NSW Minerals Council ‘Reshape’ vision, one team member shed 59 kilograms in one year.
Glencore Australia has overcome inclement weather and industrial action in the 2017 financial year to post a 7 per cent increase in annual coal production to 129.4 million tonnes for 2018.
Heron Resources has received a claim from CIMIC Group subsidiary Sedgman for $49.9 million in additional costs for works at the Woodlawn zinc-copper project in New South Wales.
Wyong Coal’s long-gestating Wallarah 2 coal project in New South Wales may have secured a federal government approval, but the project could still be nixed if Labor wins the next state election.