Paul van Lieshout Hunt

Paul Hunt

Senior Journalist: Energy & Commodities

Paul-Alain van Lieshout Hunt is a former public/community broadcaster, turned business journalist. In his current role, Hunt is a senior journalist at Energy News Au (ENB) and Australia's Mining Monthly (AMM).

He also produces digital content including ENB's podcasts. 

Hunt has worked in the media for over ten years with qualifications from TAFE and a Bachelor of Communications from Edith Cowan University. 

 

Articles by Paul Hunt

Mining job listings jump

Mining job listings jump

MCA urges people to find new pathways into mining.

Sustainability

22 SEP 2021
UNSW expands nuclear engineering program

UNSW expands nuclear engineering program

Cites importance of locally-trained workforce for future industries.

Investment

22 SEP 2021
MinRes signs for Swift Access

MinRes signs for Swift Access

Builds on its resort-style FIFO camps.

Coal miners to get pay bump

Coal miners to get pay bump

FWC changes the Black Coal Award.

Sustainability

21 SEP 2021
Lightweight rail stressing kit

Lightweight rail stressing kit

Enerpac RP-70A hydraulic rail stressor three times lighter than other tools.

Transport

21 SEP 2021
Curtin, ANU collaborate on critical mineral extraction

Curtin, ANU collaborate on critical mineral extraction

Research project to improve Australia's competitiveness.

Investment

21 SEP 2021
Weir unlocking markets with Andritz partnership

Weir unlocking markets with Andritz partnership

Andritz tailings tech to become available in APAC region.

Logistics

20 SEP 2021
K2fly

K2fly's platinum win

World's biggest platinum producer signs on for TSF software.

Newmont hedges against power cuts

Newmont hedges against power cuts

Zenith to install big battery at Tanami

Impressive carbon credentials for Lake Giles magnetite project

Impressive carbon credentials for Lake Giles magnetite project

Macarthur project could lead way for decarbonised mining in Australia.

Development

20 SEP 2021
Will Australian uranium miners finally have their day?

Will Australian uranium miners finally have their day?

Submarine deal could unlock multi-billion-dollar industry.

Innovation

17 SEP 2021
BHP coal workers forced to move state

BHP coal workers forced to move state

COVID-19 outbreaks and hard border closures cause too much disruption.

Logistics

17 SEP 2021