Rio Tinto, BHP and Fortescue Metals Group have agreed to partner and fund innovative, industry-first learning programmes as part of a continued commitment towards mining sector workplaces that are free from sexual harassment, bullying and racism.
Rio Tinto and Caterpillar have signed an MoU for the development of zero-emissions autonomous haul trucks to be used at one of Rio Tinto’s Western Australian mining operations.
Governments, business and civil society will unite week commencing 6 September 2021 to act against corruption in the extractive sector, demonstrating support and commitment for beneficial ownership transparency.
21 mining companies joining as patrons, over 350 companies from across 19 industries registering their interest as vendors, and more than 80 organisations submitted expressions of interest in the Charge On Innovation Challenge.
Murray & Roberts has announced that its multinational mining platform secured two contracts in its Cementation Americas business to the value of approximately ZAR 1.2 billion.
Rio Tinto and Komatsu are partnering to fast-track the development and implementation of zero-emission mining haulage solutions, including haul trucks.
Komatsu and several of its customers, including Rio Tinto, BHP, Codelco, and Boliden, have formed the Komatsu Greenhouse Gas Alliance.
Rio Tinto has committed US$2.4 billion to the Jadar lithium-borates project in Serbia, one of the world’s largest greenfield lithium projects.