Incitec Pivot MD and CEO Jeanne Johns says 2020 was a challenging year.
Getting blasts designed based directly on mill throughput could be coming soon.
Company about a year away from an end-to-end automated blasting solution.
Plant estimated to cut costs at Tujuh Bukit by US$1 million a year.
Dyno Nobel's Helidon factory boosts staff numbers.
Policy, governance and collaboration the key to BHP's ethical sourcing push.
Should Incitec Pivot calve off its fertiliser arm, Dyno Nobel could take control of its own destiny....
Forms a key part of a suite of Australian explosives products and services contract renewals.
Dyno Nobel fined $250,000 and ordered to pay $30,000 in costs after 'foreseeable' Telfer fatality.
Combines accuracy of electronic timing with ease of use of a non-electric shock tube.
Analysts believe the AN market will make a slow comeback.
Going after dumpers from China, Thailand and Sweden.
Heat exchangers the main cause of the Burrup TAN plant problems.
Tackling a developing problem as mines go deeper.
System designed to make blasting more efficient.
Second iron ore player cuts Dyno Nobel.
Could open the door for Yara-Orica plant.
The biggest bang since the big one?
Strong results for explosives and initiation device maker.
Australia's Mining Monthly's 2016 Surface Mines feature and survey.
Four scholarships have been awarded to women to help them progress to company board positions.
Dyno Nobel has claimed a through seam blast world record at a Queensland open cut coal mine.
Dyno Nobel says only one of the two men killed onsite earlier this month was an employee.