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Coal export winners revealed

Queensland’s mining industry is kicking goals with record-breaking coal exports for the past year. The latest statistics from Queensland ports show coal exports for calendar 2018 totalled 223 million...

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Mining for connections

As productivity and returns on investment declines in the Australian mining industry, mining operations are turning to Industrial IoT to improve returns, streamline processes and use big data...

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Dirty Talk

With our vast geographical size, diverse and remote mine sites and notoriously rugged environment, mining in Australia is hard work, particularly when there is a lack of communication options, writes...

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A watchful eye

While CCTV is the traditional go-to security device, wireless IP surveillance cameras are the future, writes Luke Frost. Mine sites are tough environments. Between the general remoteness of many of...

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Happy Campers

Much has changed in the average modern mining camp, from the design of the humble donga, through to the range of technological advances that employees have come to expect and rely on for their...

Minerals and LNG drive growth in Queensland exports

Queensland merchandise exports in 2014-15 amounted to almost $47 billion, according to official ABS data released this week. Treasurer Curtis Pitt said the value of Queensland merchandise exports hit...

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More power to you

Power-over-Ethernet & Powered Fibre solutions signal the future of mining Staying ahead of the latest innovations keeps Australian mining strong, and in the uncertain economic times facing the...

Innovation – The Salvation of the Mining Sector

With the worldwide minerals market in the doldrums, Queensland’s resources sector needs to smarten up. It’s not just about digging bigger holes, but digging bigger holes in better places; extracting...

Brisbane Benefits Most From Queensland Mining

Queensland minerals and energy companies contributed almost $38 billion to the Brisbane region’s economy last financial year according to data released late last week by the Queensland Resources...