The Minerals Council of Australia has described Labor’s plan as “deeply flawed” and detrimental to Australia’s economy if implemented.
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Lunding Mining Corp. plans to acquire all issued and outstanding common shares of Nevsun Resources Ltd.
Alongside the recapitalisation of the company, Bowie Resource Partners has appointed new senior executives.
Metal Tiger's latest update regarding the company’s joint venture (JV) project with partner MOD Resources Ltd (MOD) in the Kalahari Copper Belt in Botswana shows a 13% increase in contained copper.
The company’s “plant to port material handling solutions address the production of excessive fine particles from the mining process upstream through to haulage and transfer stations.”
Imperial Metals Corporation has revealed its 2Q18 metal production results from the Red Chris and Mount Polley mines.
“The AutoHaul programme will deliver the world’s first fully autonomous, long distance, heavy haul rail network, operating the world’s largest and longest robots.”
The scope of works at Far West will include mine development, production drilling and blasting, as well as the loading and hauling of ore and waste.
As a training centre for customers, this location allows the company to fully expose the rich possibilities of a smarter, safer, fully connected mine.
ESCO will operate as a new division of the Weir Group, and be reported as a separate segment alongside Minerals and Oil & Gas.
The poll, conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of the National Mining Association, found that 62% of those surveyed supported government action to encourage greater use of domestically-mined minerals.