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Explorer and project developer Empire Resources has acquired Evolution Mining’s interest in the Yuinmery tenements in Western Australia.
Epiroc finance manager Claudia Ledesma provides an inside look into the company’s journey to become a standalone company, and what the equipment manufacturer has achieved so far.
In environments where products can be affected by extreme weather conditions while they are in near-constant use, reliability is key in keeping the wheels rolling.
Doris Engineering Australia has been awarded contracts with Tier 2 oil and gas operators based in Perth.
Aspire Mining is heading in the right direction to become a key supplier of high-quality coking coal from Mongolia in the coming years.
Lithium expert Joe Lowry has estimated the global market for the commodity needs investment of at least US$12 billion ($17.32 billion) in the next five years for the supply to match its growing demand.
Lithium companies Lepidico and Desert Lion have announced they will merge to create a “global leader in the development of lithium chemicals from Lepidolite.”
Woodside Petroleum chief executive officer Peter Coleman has conceded that the company will find it difficult to reduce emissions.
The Australian Labor Party intends to develop a $46 million mining technology centre in Perth, Western Australia, if it wins the upcoming federal election.
Perth is the only Australian city to be admitted into the World Energy Cities Partnership, which signifies Western Australia’s continual growth as a world energy leader.
Widely regarded as Australia’s premier event specifically on diversity and inclusion for the oil and gas industry, the Australasian Oil & Gas Exhibition & Conference (AOG) Diversity and Inclusion Breakfast will this year see executives from Woodside Energy, Chevron Australia, Shell Australia and Baker Hughes – a GE Company debate “Diversity of Thought.” “The idea … Continue reading Diversity of thought – Oil & gas heavyweights fuel the debate
A new report has confirmed Myanmar Metals’ Bawdwin project as the world’s largest primary lead resource, with an indicated resource of 37.2 million tonnes.
NRW Holdings will purchase RCR Tomlinson’s mining and heat treatment divisions in the next two weeks for $10 million.
Mining was a key contributor to Perth’s improving gross domestic product (GDP) in 2017–18, but the city requires “alternate sources of economic growth”, according to a new report by SGS Economics and Planning.
Watpac today revealed that it is undertaking due diligence with a potential buyer of the mining and civil part of the company.
The organisation’s latest Mining Innovation Roadshow in Western Australia revealed a number of initiatives for the future of the mining and METS sectors.
Drone company Airobotics has raised $US30 million ($42.2 million) in its latest funding round to push its total capital to $US101 million.
The nickel industry should be prepared for nickel shortages of 150,000–300,000t/y by the early 2020s due to increasing market demand, according to a Poseidon Nickel chief.
Artemis Resources has agreed to allow Canadian gold explorer Pacton Gold to use its Radio Hill processing plant facilities in the Pilbara, Western Australia.