Yangibana scores green tick

Conditions imposed to protect vegetation and an aquifer.

26 JUN 2019

Development

Yangibana scores green tick
Yangibana scores green tick
Yangibana scores green tick

Eliwana okay says Hatton

Conditions include minimising impacts on surface and groundwater.

24 JUN 2019

Development

Eliwana okay says Hatton
Eliwana okay says Hatton
Eliwana okay says Hatton

Lihir goes LTE

First 4G long-term evolution mobile network for Papua New Guinea.

Lihir goes LTE
Lihir goes LTE

Sandvik rolls out another jumbo

Makes use of tried and tested technology.

26 JUN 2019

Fleet

Sandvik rolls out another jumbo
Sandvik rolls out another jumbo
Sandvik rolls out another jumbo
Sandvik rolls out another jumbo

Terramin lodges key Bird-in-Hand documents

Filed its mining lease application and miscellaneous purpose lease.

26 JUN 2019

Development

Terramin lodges key Bird-in-Hand documents
Terramin lodges key Bird-in-Hand documents
Terramin lodges key Bird-in-Hand documents

Preparing to throw the digital switch underground

Suite of products allow underground mines communications company to capitalise on 4G and 5G.

Preparing to throw the digital switch underground
Preparing to throw the digital switch underground

Cleaner burning Cat

Has configurations to meet toughest diesel emissions standards.

31 MAY 2019

Fleet

Cleaner burning Cat

First sulphide gold at Nullagine

Adds sulphide orestring to project's existing oxide ore bow.

26 JUN 2019

Comminution

First sulphide gold at Nullagine
First sulphide gold at Nullagine
First sulphide gold at Nullagine
First sulphide gold at Nullagine

Altura milestones mount

Largest shipment to date and improving daily production rates.

Altura milestones mount
Altura milestones mount
Altura milestones mount

Cobalt bolter

Able to keep 90% of the cobalt and reject 80% of the feed ore to tails.

24 JUN 2019

Design / Build

Cobalt bolter
Cobalt bolter

Shredding the tread

Tyre collection and shredding process turns tyres into fuel oils, steel and carbon by-products.

Shredding the tread
Shredding the tread
Shredding the tread

Cataby open for business

WA Premier officially opens new mineral sands mine at Cataby

21 JUN 2019

Design / Build

Cataby open for business
Cataby open for business
Cataby open for business

Rare earths the new wave

The WA Mining Club hosted a rare earths debate on June 20 to discuss downstream process options.

21 JUN 2019

Comminution

Rare earths the new wave
Rare earths the new wave

Aboriginal contractor shares in $179M of work

Land the biggest contract awards ever made by FMG to 100% Aboriginal-owned businesses.

25 JUN 2019

Maintenance

Aboriginal contractor shares in $179M of work
Aboriginal contractor shares in $179M of work
Aboriginal contractor shares in $179M of work
Aboriginal contractor shares in $179M of work

Pretty fly for a software guy

Software as a service growing for K2fly.

Pretty fly for a software guy
Pretty fly for a software guy
Pretty fly for a software guy

Pilbara gets record production but sales down

Using the period of reduced production to optimise plant.

Pilbara gets record production but sales down
Pilbara gets record production but sales down

Slag feed production down at Port Pirie

Nyrstar calls force majeure at the Port Pirie lead smelter after an unplanned shutdown.

11 JUN 2019

Maintenance

Slag feed production down at Port Pirie

Schaeffler on the march to Yangibana

The Yangibana rare earths project in WA's Upper Gascoyne will move into production by Q3 2019.

Schaeffler on the march to Yangibana
Schaeffler on the march to Yangibana

Drug testing standards updated

Australian standard for detecting drugs in saliva updated.

Drug testing standards updated
Drug testing standards updated

Explore the Future of Mining Channel - real insight into the catalysts and trends changing mining's future.

Yallourn to close by 2032

Yallourn is Victoria's oldest coal-fired power plant.

27 JUN 2019

Natural resources

Yallourn to close by 2032
Yallourn to close by 2032
Yallourn to close by 2032
Yallourn to close by 2032

Qld upgrades infrastructure to new coal regions

Works start this week on a $7.28 million upgrade package on the Carnarvon Highway.

27 JUN 2019

Logistics

Qld upgrades infrastructure to new coal regions
Qld upgrades infrastructure to new coal regions
Qld upgrades infrastructure to new coal regions
Qld upgrades infrastructure to new coal regions

Zenith reassured at Dalgaranga

Granted power purchase order through to September 30.

Zenith reassured at Dalgaranga
Zenith reassured at Dalgaranga
Zenith reassured at Dalgaranga

Australian Vanadium secures water access

Could make its search for process water easier.

25 JUN 2019

Natural resources

Australian Vanadium secures water access
Australian Vanadium secures water access
Australian Vanadium secures water access

OZ launches renewable energy collaboration

Energy collaboration looking at developing renewable energy and demand management technologies.

OZ launches renewable energy collaboration
OZ launches renewable energy collaboration
OZ launches renewable energy collaboration

Artemis in tune with Radio Hill TSF

Artemis cleared to use new TSF at Radio Hill

21 JUN 2019

Logistics

Artemis in tune with Radio Hill TSF
Artemis in tune with Radio Hill TSF

Yallourn to close by 2032

Yallourn is Victoria's oldest coal-fired power plant.

27 JUN 2019

Natural resources

Yallourn to close by 2032
Yallourn to close by 2032
Yallourn to close by 2032
Yallourn to close by 2032

Peabody ramping up to a stronger second half

The company would optimise its lowest cost, highest margin thermal assets in a low capital fashion.

Peabody ramping up to a stronger second half
Peabody ramping up to a stronger second half
Peabody ramping up to a stronger second half
Peabody ramping up to a stronger second half

Brisbane takes mining jobs mantle

The 142,447 jobs mining supports represent 12% of total Brisbane employment.

27 JUN 2019

Sustainability

Brisbane takes mining jobs mantle
Brisbane takes mining jobs mantle
Brisbane takes mining jobs mantle

News Wrap

India cuts dependence on Australian coal.

27 JUN 2019

Investment

News Wrap
News Wrap
News Wrap

OZ a winner in its own competition

Outcome of crowdsourced open data study reaped miner plenty of insights.

26 JUN 2019

Exploration

OZ a winner in its own competition
OZ a winner in its own competition
OZ a winner in its own competition

Palmer flies the BMA diversity flag

More inclusive and diverse teams outperformed in a number of safety measures.

26 JUN 2019

Sustainability

Palmer flies the BMA diversity flag
Palmer flies the BMA diversity flag

Narrabri gets rapped on the knuckles over environment mishaps

The company was required to dispose of the canisters properly after they ignited at the tip.

26 JUN 2019

Sustainability

Narrabri gets rapped on the knuckles over environment mishaps
Narrabri gets rapped on the knuckles over environment mishaps

Hogsback on BHP selling out on thermal coal

BHP shareholders should be protesting about the need to invest in thermal coal.

31 MAY 2019
Hogsback on BHP selling out on thermal coal
Hogsback on BHP selling out on thermal coal
Hogsback on BHP selling out on thermal coal
Hogsback on BHP selling out on thermal coal

Peak gold again?

Are we at peak gold?

25 JUN 2018
Peak gold again?
Peak gold again?
Peak gold again?

An existential crisis

Skills shortage starting to bite again.

25 JUN 2018
An existential crisis
An existential crisis

The next Cadia

Drilling for the next Cadia.

25 JUN 2018
The next Cadia
The next Cadia

The Australian way

Miners, it turns out, have a lot to be happy about.

03 MAY 2018
The Australian way
The Australian way