Category: Mineral Processing

Contracts awarded for over $382M in metal projects

Part of a diversified mining services company has secured work on more than $382 million of metal projects in

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Strike wins more job security for mine workers

Coal mine workers on New South Wales’ South Coast will enjoy more job security after week-long industrial action. The Construction,

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Mining giant merger forms world’s biggest gold producer

Two major resources companies have combined to make what is touted to be the world’s largest gold mining company

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Record production for $17.2M exotic metals project in Far North Qld

A mineral producer has reported record-high production at its exotic metals mine in Far North Queensland. Red River Resources

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Bright future forecast for lithium industry

Electrifying growth in lithium-ion sales is expected to lift demand for raw minerals used to make batteries, according to

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Tender awarded for $1.76B coal project in Central Queensland

A subsidiary of a multinational contractor has won a major tender at a $1.76 billion mining project in Central

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Fibre and sensors take centre-stage at global event

Fibre-optic and photonics sensor technology were hot topics at an international event held in Brisbane, writes Saiied Aminossadati. 

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How predictive analytics is the future of asset optimisation in mining

The concept of predictive maintenance (PdM) has been around for a long time, but like the Internet of Things

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Approval of the Carmichael Mine – An Australian failure to understand and apply groundwater science.

As an expert witness called by a conservation group to assist the Court, I had the privilege of observing

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Finalists Announced For the Resources Awards For Women

2017 AICD SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EXCEPTIONAL WOMEN IN MINING

The Minerals Council of Australia, in partnership with BHP and Downer, is again supporting talented women to take the

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