Brisbane-based specialist project management consulting and advisory firm Siecap has appointed leading mining executive Caoilin Chestnutt as an advisory board member.
NRW Holdings is confident in “strong activity levels” across the resources and infrastructure sectors moving ahead into the 2020 financial year.
The Queensland Resources Council (QRC) has highlighted the state’s resources jobs market is outperforming vacancies in the rest of Queensland’s economy at a high rate of 15 to one.
Queensland has set a record in metallurgical and thermal coal exports in June with 21.43 million tonnes of the commodity sent from the state.
Queensland has produced another export record in the 12 months ending in April, with resource exports delivering more than $65 billion of the $85.2 billion.
The Australian minerals industry believes it will benefit from the re-election of the Coalition Government through reduced taxes and increased investment in the sector.
Strong results from Western Australia’s resources sector has provided the basis for the state’s first return to budget surplus in five years.
An Australian Resources and Energy Group (AMMA) survey suggests Australia should adopt a less regulated approach in order to future proof its workforce.
Equipment manufacturer Caterpillar is optimistic about market conditions in the mining and resources industries.
Mining, resources and energy continues to be the jobs category recording the strongest growth in advertisements on recruitment portal, SEEK.
The Australian Government has released its latest quarterly report for the national resources and energy sector, the Resources and Energy Quarterly, which projects the Office of the Chief Economist’s outlook until 2022–23.
Advertising for resources industry jobs on online recruitment portal SEEK has grown by 72 per cent over the past year.
More evidence of the revival in employment in Australia’s mining and resources sector has emerged.
Latest research from BDO shows there has been a broad recovery in the resources sector, highlighted by the resurgence in the number of initial public offerings (IPOs) and another expected increase in cash outflows for the June 2017 quarter.
The mining, resources and energy sector experienced the largest advertising growth of all industries on online recruitment portal Seek in April.
Western Australia has retained its title as Australia’s top state for resources exploration and investment, attracting 65 per cent of the nations total mineral exploration expenditure.
Mining, resources and energy remains the highest paid industry on online jobs portal Seek despite a slight year-on-year fall.
The ASX has taken a battering on resources stocks overnight, after analysts advised shareholders to batten down the hatches.
Copper Mines of Tasmania (CMT) have deferred their decision to reopen the Mt Lyell mine, despite the offer of a $25 million assistance package from the state government.
Mining companies embracing big data processes such as daily operations scheduling and increased mechanisation can reap a potential $500 billion by 2025, according to a new McKinsey report.