BHP wants to introduce LNG-fuelled iron ore vessels, which could transport up to 10 per cent of its product in the coming years.
A “game changing” haul truck designed and built by Bis has conquered another trial at Gold Fields’ Granny Smith mine in Western Australia.
The Queensland Mining and Engineering Exhibition (QME) 2018 has today announced the attendance of several Australian Government representatives, reaffirming the importance of the sector to the Australian economy.
Transportation is one of the most crucial steps in the mining industry. All the gold in the world is worth next to nil with no place to go, so an expedient and extensive road network is imperative for success.
One of the world’s biggest companies is pitching airships as a solution for mining companies to develop inaccessible projects.
Volvo is demonstrating the underground capabilities of its self-driving trucks, following on from its ‘platoon of automated trucks’ journey across Europe.
The proposed sale of the $4 billion Australian Rail Track Corporation has been canned by the Federal Government this week as it pursues its ambitious Melbourne-to-Brisbane inland rail project.
New transport technology is opening up the potential for more remote mines.
As we wade into reporting season, we examine how a number of industries are faring, today the spotlight falls on the transport sector.
Western Australia has begun trials of a new range of “super-quad” road trains, billed to enhance cost efficiencies in the mining sector.
Transport contractor McAleese has warned of a massive earnings drop due to the impact of its altered contract with Atlas Iron.
A coal truck which tipped over in Newcastle on Tuesday afternoon has been cleared up.
Aurizon Holdings has set up a project hub in Perth to work on iron ore rail and port for the West Pilbara project, but is wary of commercial hurdles.
First-time exhibitors, Mackay Transit Coaches, will be marketing their mining transportation services from stand L169 at QME.
Australian Mining brings you a gallery of the largest machinery move in West Australia’s history.
Uranium miner Energy Resources of Australia says transporting barrels of geological samplings on the back of a ute poses no risk to the community after a photo emerged of this occurring in the Northern Territory.
A petition has been launched calling on Premier Barry O’Farrell to instruct the coal industry to cover and wash coal wagons.
Cobham Aviation Services has secured a contract extension with Chevron which will see it mobilise a fourth aircraft to service the Gorgon Project on Barrow Island.
Alliance Aviation Services will provide FIFO services to Newcrest’s Telfer mine for a further three years after the miner signed up to extend the current contract.
TasRail has inked a deal which will see it transport iron ore from Venture Minerals Riley Creek Mine in Tasmania’s Tarkine region.