Fenner Dunlop has secured a permanent contract with Rio Tinto to provide conveyor maintenance services at the Cape Lambert and Dampier Ports in Western Australia.
Swift Networks has won multiple contracts to provide its suite of entertainment and connectivity services to new and existing resources industry sites across Australia.
Rio Tinto is on track to hit the upper part of its Pilbara iron ore guidance in 2018 after a strong end to the first half of the year.
Rio Tinto’s AutoHaul project in the Pilbara is another step closer to completion after the first delivery of iron ore by an autonomous train this week.
Rio Tinto has agreed to sell its interest in the Grasberg copper-gold mine in Indonesia to state-owned PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium for $US3.5 billion ($4.7 billion).
Rio Tinto has unveiled the largest vivid pink diamond in the 84-year history of its Argyle Pink Diamonds Tender during a world exclusive preview in Sydney.
There are a series of stakeholders that mining companies need to deliver social outcomes to. Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining how they can achieve this.
Triton Minerals has signed a letter of intent with MCC International, the overseas platform of Metallurgical Corporation of China, for an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract at Triton’s Ancuabe graphite project in Mozambique.
Rio Tinto will construct new stackers at Paraburdoo iron ore mine in the Pilbara in a jobs boost for Western Australia.
Rio Tinto’s Amrun bauxite project in far north Queensland has achieved a significant energy milestone, following the completion of upgrades to the project’s 20MW power station.
Rio Tinto has received vital infrastructure pieces fabricated in Western Australia for its $2.6 billion Amrun bauxite project on Cape York Peninsula, Queensland.
Rio Tinto’s iron ore business is committed to developing its world-class automation and fully integrated system as Chinese appetite for the miner’s premium iron ore product, the Pilbara Blend, continues to pick up.
The Queensland Mining Awards has announced its cohort of finalists, ranging from small, locally owned companies such as Mackay-based QCCS and HMA Wear Solutions, to large contractors such as Downer, McLanahan and Wolff and producers Rio Tinto.
Fortescue Metals Group boasts 50 per cent female representation on their board, while major players BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto and OZ Minerals all seat multiple female board members.
Jakob Stausholm will succeed Chris Lynch as chief financial officer of Rio Tinto.
Perth-based Bannerman Resources has raised $8 million in a heavily oversubscribed placement for development of its 95 per cent-owned Etango uranium project in Namibia.
Rio Tinto has formalised a joint venture with Minmetals to explore for mineral deposits in China, and later globally.
Mining companies have focused on developing a more positive image for the industry in recent years, Deloitte’s Ian Sanders tells Australian Mining.
Rio Tinto has completed the sale of its 75 per cent stake in the Winchester South coal project in Queensland to Whitehaven Coal.
Rio Tinto has confirmed that PT Indonesia Asahan Aluminium (Inalum) is interested in buying its share in the Grasberg copper-gold mine in Indonesia.