The Electric Mine Consortium combines mining companies, equipment manufacturers and technology developers with aspirations to establish a carbon neutral and advanced industry in the future. Nickolas Zakharia writes.
OZ Minerals is bringing its growth projects at the Carrapateena copper-gold mine in South Australia forward as the mine continues to perform beyond expectations.
Sandvik has delivered its 100th automated loader in the Asia Pacific region following the delivery of a Sandvik LH621i underground loader to Byrnecut Australia in March.
Cohiba Minerals has returned assays of up to 12.15 per cent copper at the Gawler Craton in South Australia, which is located near BHP’s Olympic Dam mine and Oak West discovery.
South32, OZ Minerals and IGO are among the mining companies that have initiated the Electric Mine Consortium to reduce scope one and two carbon emissions in mining operations.
As an essential component for technologies such as electric vehicles and wind power turbines, copper is a critical element of the future. Salomae Haselgrove finds out how methods for mining copper are changing to match its green potential. Two years ago, copper miner OZ Minerals turned heads when it released data from the Mt Woods … Continue reading A futuristic mining method for a mineral of the future
Copper has reached its highest price on the London Metal Exchange since September 2011 after an 11th straight monthly gain.
OZ Minerals is expecting major growth from its Australian assets this year off the back of strong production at the Prominent Hill copper-gold mine in South Australia.
OZ Minerals has received board approval to progress the block cave expansion at the Carrapateena copper-gold mine in South Australia after deferring the decision due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coda Minerals has secured an additional 19 per cent interest in the Elizabeth Creek copper project in South Australia with Terrace Mining subsidiary Torrens Mining, bringing the company’s total project holding to 70 per cent.
Tension surrounds the precarious relationship between Australian governments, mining companies and Indigenous people. Vanessa Zhou reviews the most important elements to this relationship according to the Tjiwarl and Yindjibarndi aboriginal corporations.
Byrnecut will take over as OZ Minerals’ underground mining contractor at the Carrapateena mine in South Australia after incumbent contractor, Downer, announced plans to divest its mining services business.
OZ Minerals, Hatch and Kirkland Lake Gold are taking their own unique approaches to sustainability, but all point to a greener future. Australian Mining looks at how they are driving change.
Argonaut Resources has been granted approval by the South Australian Government to conduct a major drilling program around the western shoreline of Lake Torrens and Andamooka Island and the Carrapateena Well.
OZ Minerals plans to increase the production and plant capacity of its West Musgrave project in Western Australia, following the completion of its pre-feasibility study.
OZ Minerals has increased the production rate at the Carrapateena copper-gold mine in South Australia, achieving a planned ramp up ahead of schedule.
OZ Minerals is set to invest $47 million towards the expansion of its Prominent Hill copper-gold mine in South Australia.
Thiess has strengthened its workforce at OZ Minerals’ Prominent Hill copper-gold mine in South Australia with the addition of three Aboriginal Australian trainees over the past 12 months.
OZ Minerals is targeting higher production at the Prominent Hill copper-gold mine in South Australia this year on the back of strong performance and record gold prices.
OZ Minerals has completed a $76 million acquisition of Cassini Resources, giving the company full ownership of the West Musgrave nickel-copper project in Western Australia.