How the industry can ‘bring digital to life’ is the opening topic in Deloitte’s 2018 Tracking the Trends report, and one that remains a constant theme for Australian mining companies.
South32 is expanding its exploration partnership with AusQuest by providing funding for an additional four opportunities.
BHP demerger South32 has just posted its half-year (HY) financial results up to December 2017, posting a 14 per cent jump in profits to $US544 million ($685 million), up from the previous half’s $US479 million ($603 million) but down 12 per cent from the same time last year.
South32 has made changes to the responsibilities of its two chief operating officers that will guide the company towards its planned South Africa Energy Coal (SAEC) spin-off.
Port Kembla Coal Terminal (PKCT) in New South Wales has locked out 60 workers due to an ongoing industrial dispute.
Paul Harvey, chief operating officer of South32, has stated that community and environmental impact assessments have begun at its Dendrobium coking coal mine in New South Wales.
From April 2018, BHP subsidiary South32 will invest R 4.3 billion ($395 million) to manage South Africa Energy Coal (SAEC) as a stand-alone, extending the mine life of Klipspruit colliery by up to 20 years.
Global resources producer South32 has had its annual general meeting (AGM), and commented on workplace concerns, despite ‘strong financial results’.
South32 has restarted production at the Appin coal mine in New South Wales following a an operational review to improve performance.
Mastermyne has been awarded a contract to supply development labour to South32’s Illawarra coal operations at the Appin Colliery in New South Wales.
South32 has confirmed underground operations at its Appin colliery will remain suspended after repeated concerns over gas levels.
South32 has again suspended operations at the Appin coal mine in New South Wales to investigate concerns about gas levels. The BHP spin-out said its workforce was evacuated from the mine, which forms part of the Illawarra Metallurgical Coal business unit, as a precautionary measure on June 28. However, the company confirmed there was “no gas … Continue reading South32 evacuates Appin coal operation to investigate gas levels
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This weekend will mark the fourth time Unearthed has hosted a resources technology hackathon in Perth since the inaugural event in 2014.
Consolidation in Australian mining has been subdued in recent years, but market conditions may have now reached a point where a revival in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity is set to emerge.
South32 evacuated all workers from one of its Illawarra coal sites in New South Wales last weekend due to potentially hazardous gas levels.
Diversified miner South32 will invest $C110.3 million ($107.14 million) in Canadian explorer Arizona Mining, which is advancing a multi-commodity project in the United States.
South32’s proposed $US200 million acquisition of Peabody Energy’s Metropolitan Colliery in New South Wales has been scrapped due to competition concerns.
South32 has signed a three-year strategic partnership agreement with GE to assist in developing the company’s digital transformation.
South32 has announced plans to return US$500 million ($655 million) to shareholders in the form of a buyback, showing positive signs in Australia’s commodity market.