In this Global Mining Review Spotlight, Editor Laura Dean sits down with the Bill Perron from Andritz, to review the use of separation technologies within the mining industry, and look at how digitalisation is benefitting processes such as filtration.
The key to an improved health and safety record in the mining workplace lies with integrating safety firmly as part of operational excellence.
Rock-related accidents have reduced significantly in recent decades, due in large part to incremental improvements in rock engineering practice.
According to GlobalData, COVID-19 and the advancement of Indonesia’s export ban means global nickel production is expected to decline by 7.4% in 2020.
Suresh Nagarowth, Vice President and Global Head of Delivery, Energy and Utilities, Cyient, gives an overview of changes in the mining industry and their drivers.
A new Fact.MR study reveals how he need for heavy crushers is proliferating, leading to constant maintenance and up-gradation of the same, heightening the growth prospects of the crusher backing materials market.
COVID-19 has triggered a greater update of eLearning to meet strict safety, health, environment and quality standards and compliance.
According to new World Gold Council data, gold-backed ETFs and similar products (gold ETFs) recorded their tenth consecutive month of net inflows during September 2020, matching equivalent stretches in 2008 and 2016.
According to GlobalData, demand for lithium is expected to rise from a forecasted 47 300 t in 2020 to 117 400 t in 2024.
Adams Baker and Marc Elliot, Eaton, provide a Q&A on the advantages of witness testing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
EXANTE's senior analyst, Victor Argonov, has said that the Gold price could double in the next 3 years.
Ames Construction has improved the safety and accuracy of its surveying at a copper mining site in Arizona with senseFly’s fixed-wing drones.
K2fly has said that the executive fallout from the Juukan cave disaster in the Pilbara of Western Australia is the turning point in the mining industry’s ongoing battle to maintain social licence.
The London Metal Exchange has recently issued a discussion paper on plans to drive forward its sustainability agenda.