A prototype of the Australian innovative new drill rig is undergoing final preparations for a drilling trial on a Barrick Gold exploration site.
The latest public opinion research by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) demonstrates that opinions of Australians towards the mining sector are at their highest level in six years.
Voith launches its new BeltGenius ERIC (Efficiency and Reliability Intelligent Control) which analyses a range of data to determine how efficiently the belt conveyor systems of a mine are operating.
The Manono lithium project in the Democratic Republic of Congo is estimated to contain 4.25 million t of lithium oxide, 219 000 t of tin as cassiterite and 11 200 t of tantalite.
At Hillhead 2018, through its UK distributor, ALLU showcased the capabilities of its Transformer series to UK clientele and its equipment was warmly received.
MSHA is set to hold public stakeholder meetings on reducing mine accidents involving mobile equipment and belt conveyors.
The funds will be invested in detailed engineering work on key elements of the project, the development of a rail construction camp and the first stage of the Koodaideri accommodation camp.
Tawana Resources and Alliance Mineral Assets achieve commercial production at their Bald Hill lithium-tantalum mine in Western Australia.
Teck and Newmont have agreed to a work plan at Galore Creek with the objective of completing an updated prefeasibility study over the next three to four years to improve overall project understanding and economics.
Rio Tinto has become the first mining and metals company to be awarded the Chain of Custody certification by the Aluminium Stewardship Initiative.